Blue Ivy Carter is a loner. They are sometimes withdrawn and have a fairly chilly, nonchalant personality. Although they are introverted, they are extremely rational. They are wary at times of the outer world, their senses, and even their intellect, because they might all be sources of illusion. Their quest for identity with a spiritual whole gives them a voracious appetite for ideologies, structures, and theories. Readings which others would find abstract and intellectual impress them as reflections of important and lively realities. As a result, they have a penchant for reflection and philosophical study. They are intrigued by difficult problems and enjoy solving them. There is no difficulty which can discourage them from the goal they have decided to reach for themselves.
Their depth of vision, common sense, and caution, their tendency to be a bit calculating and sometimes conservative, their stamina, and their independent mind all give them the ability to tackle difficult tasks. Their concentration gives them an undeniable gift for abstraction and conjecture. As a theoretician, they aim to discover what is essential and universal. Indeed, they seek to go beyond what is relative, contingent upon circumstances, or inadequate, to reach the absolute truth they fervently desire. Their budding intuition is extremely receptive to the sacred or holy. As a result, the ideal or cause they espouse will be related to the concept of universality or totality. Since their lifetime adventure is based in part on this absolute truth, it is important for them to make an effort to define its nature. What sort of universality are they striving for; what spiritual Everest (in themselves or outwardly) are they trying to scale? In fact, they tend to like mountain climbing, because of the effort it requires. It’s a great joy for them. Alone at the peak, they can contemplate and understand everything. In pursuit of this absolute center (positive or negative) which animates them, they are shrewd and persistent. Stamina and endurance are resources of which they are quite confident. Their existence and organism are arranged to optimize them; others may consider them slow, but they are really just playing it safe, because, unconsciously, they know time is on their side. When they take an initiative, it is after careful forethought and preparation.
Their great composure, ability to resist and overcome obstacles and wickedness, and their foresight give them a great potential to accomplish total self-control. However, they must beware of one pitfall: excess. They tend to be a bit too rigid and intolerant; in intellectual pursuits, they can tend to be dogmatic, hermetic, or conformist. Some people criticize their obsession with labeling things. A creature of duty, naturally sober and relatively self-disciplined, sometimes a little too demanding of themselves, they might commit themselves to a productive lifestyle as readily as to a stoic philosophy. The path to liberty mapped by a respect for order is not the easiest to follow. Their introverted personality gives them an attitude of reserve. They appreciate solitude and do not always enjoy sharing their feelings. They avoid superficial human contact as much as possible. Indeed, they sometimes feels uncomfortable at long, drawn-out social occasions and activities, and their interest in others is aroused only when they discuss subjects of special concern to them, such as their own business.
This cold exterior hides a lively sensitivity and a heart eager for passion. Quite sensitive and sometimes vulnerable to emotional urges, they would rather be safe than sorry. They tend to avoid casual dating and meaningless love affairs because they may destabilize them. As in every other endeavor, any emotional enterprise they embark upon will be for the long-term, after careful forethought and deliberation. They prize deep feelings and the intense passion they arouse. Once they find a kindred spirit, they will have to learn how to express their feelings and release long pent-up urges. It is important for them to succeed, because if their emotions are deprived of the energy to obtain a release, their personality will become mired in a bog of unconscious repressed desires and frustrated yearnings. The inability to assert the aspirations of their heart would be reflected by a type of behavior which would bring on their total isolation and separation from others.
Blue Ivy Carter has high social aspirations. She believes that by gaining total control of her intellect, feelings, and instincts, she can achieve them.
Blue Ivy Carter derives great rewards from every source of pleasure or creation (physical, artistic, or emotional). Blue Ivy Carter has a penchant for speculation.
At the time of Blue Ivy Carter’s birth, her rising sign was located in Leo (the Lion), while the sun was passing through the sign of Capricorn (the Goat). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide her personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of her character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension:
Determination – Need for security – Pride and self-assurance – Inhibition – Superiority – Application – Brilliance – Methodical mind – Generosity – Foresight – Positivism – Loyalty.
Her primary nature, radiant and optimistic, is sometimes overshadowed by a more withdrawn side of her personality. As a result, her behavior vacillates between extrovertedness and timidity, between great openness and enthusiasm and reserve.
Ambitious and eager to devote herself to a great cause, she usually works independently, with persistence and a self-imposed demand for perfectionism. To reach harmony, she must learn to allow her emotionalism as much free expression as her logic.
Born in the three and one-half days before the full moon rose, Blue Ivy Carter is said to be a “gibbous moon” lunar type. This “soli-lunar” configuration gives her a rich, complex personality, although she is sometimes troubled by the feeling she is struggling to do something great. Indeed, a feeling that she is lacking something may preoccupy her until she finds a spiritual or humanitarian cause worthy of her devotion.
Devotion will be important to her as a foundation for her inner and outer development. If she fails to encounter a great and noble cause to which she is willing to pledge herself, she could always make do with a person whose aura and magnetism attract her. Whatever she decides, it is by working to serve a cause or another person that she will approach her own self-transformation.