You are a loner. You are sometimes withdrawn and have a fairly chilly, nonchalant personality. Although you are introverted, you are extremely rational. You are wary at times of the outer world, your senses, and even your intellect, because they might all be sources of illusion. Your quest for identity with a spiritual whole gives you a voracious appetite for ideologies, structures, and theories. Readings which others would find abstract and intellectual impress you as reflections of important and lively realities. As a result, you have a penchant for reflection and philosophical study. You are intrigued by difficult problems and enjoy solving them. There is no difficulty which can discourage you from the goal you have decided to reach for yourself. Your depth of vision, common sense, and caution, your tendency to be a bit calculating and sometimes conservative, your stamina, and your independent mind all give you the ability to tackle difficult tasks. Your concentration gives you an undeniable gift for abstraction and conjecture. As a theoretician, you aim to discover what is essential and universal. Indeed, you seek to go beyond what is relative, contingent upon circumstances, or inadequate, to reach the absolute truth you fervently desire. Your budding intuition is extremely receptive to the sacred or holy. As a result, the ideal or cause you espouse will be related to the concept of universality or totality. Since your lifetime adventure is based in part on this absolute truth, it is important for you to make an effort to define its nature. What sort of universality are you striving for; what spiritual Everest (in yourself or outwardly) are you trying to scale? In fact, you tend to like mountain climbing, because of the effort it requires. It’s a great joy for you. Alone at the peak, you can contemplate and understand everything. In pursuit of this absolute center (positive or negative) which animates you, you are shrewd and persistent. Stamina and endurance are resources of which you are quite confident. Your existence and organism are arranged to optimize them; others may consider you slow, but you are really just playing it safe, because, unconsciously, you know time is on your side. When you take an initiative, it is after careful forethought and preparation. Your great composure, ability to resist and overcome obstacles and wickedness, and your foresight give you a great potential to accomplish total self-control. However, you must beware of one pitfall: excess. You tend to be a bit too rigid and intolerant; in intellectual pursuits,
AJ McLean is a pleasure lover and will find self-fulfillment in creative activities.
AJ McLean’s personality develops mainly in the shelter of the home. He is attached to his family, his heritage, and his past.
At the time of your birth, your rising sign was located in Aries, while the sun was passing through the sign of Capricorn. A summary of the various clues mentioned above provides your personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of your character and indicate certain contradictions which may create tension: Individualism – Guile – Vitality and passion – Need for security – Pugnacity – Inhibition – Impatience – Studiousness – Impetuosity – Methodical nature – Enterprise – Foresight – Innovation – Loyalty.
Your character is animated by the tension between an impulsive, spontaneous nature and an abiding need for security and continuity. Your behavior is jagged and seems to proceed by fits and starts. Maturity should bring your stability between these contradictory inclinations which will coexist, although you will still be aware of deep doubts provoked by the situation. Ambitious and persistent, you can devote all your energy to succeeding. Your taste for leadership makes you apt to play an important role in society, taking on serious responsibilities.
Born on the third day after the new moon, you have a subjective character, often impulsive and emotive. You see the world through feelings and do not base your attitudes on objective reality. In relationships, you project your imaginary reality onto others, which can lead to incorrect judgements and reasoning. If you try to listen more openly, people may reveal their deeper motivations. You’ll be happier and more effective if you apply yourself.