Bob Daisley is an intuitive, open to the reality of the world, objects, and others. He has a special duality to his mind, which is made up of equal parts of intellectual resources and sensitivity, giving him great intuition and humanism. As a function of this latter, he has a great sense of his fellow human and the oracular art of divining people’s unconscious wishes and motivations – in fact, his advice is often sought. In material terms, it gives him a talent for locating lost objects and a spirit of discovery and invention. Overall, he welcomes the signs arriving from the outer world in a positive and liberal way and even incites them to promise more than they can provide. However, when something does not satisfy him, he has the ability to cheer himself up rapidly and is quick to discover whatever positive aspects it may present. This involves a process of readaptation which requires formidable ego transformations, and they are the challenge for him. It is up to him to renew himself, to behave in such a way as to drain his environment of fearsome or threatening aspects. He is usually perceived as an idealist. Deep within himself, he senses the presence of a “new life.” It is the crucible of his ideal and all his hopes. The “new life” may assume the garb of various philosophies of liberation; whatever they may be, they all endeavor to revitalize alienated modern people, oppressed and downtrodden by Western civilization. However, in his striving to free himself and his fellow humans from a social contract based on the power of sheer lucre and corrupt lobbies, he displays a singular inclination to depend upon the very social forces he intends to topple. The reason for this is that, because he is quite sociable, the only thing he instinctively grasps profoundly is social action and organization. His perception of his own personality is vague or even negative. In fact, his grandiose personal gestures are motivated by a need to hide his unavowed feelings of inferiority and, at times, his fear of strong personalities. But he is above all an idealist. Hope is the prime mover of his spirit, and he is continually traveling along the axis of the hope/despair polarity. As he applies himself to ignoring whatever is impervious to his aspirations, he should acquire some certainty of what is still possible – for him and the world. In relation to his ideal, he behaves realistically, although others are unable to perceive his realism because he expressed himself in such an
Bob Daisley wants to wield power and enjoy social prestige. He feels quite at home in the modern world others find frightening.
Bob Daisley lives in an imaginary world; the distant and abstract sometimes interests him more than what is right at hand and realistic.
At the time of your birth, your rising sign was located in Taurus (the Bull), while the sun was passing through the sign of Aquarius (the Water-Bearer). A summary of the various clues mentioned above provide your personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of your character and indicate certain contradictions which may create tension:
Independence – Opposition to progress – Rebelliousness – Compassion – Originality – Perseverance – Fluctuation – Pragmatism – Productivity – Inventive mind – Sensuality – Sense of paradox.
With your complacent, steady character and bluntness, you sometimes display a determinism and persistence you are likely to carry to an extreme. Awareness of this tendency can bolster your relationships with others. Simultaneously non-conformist and respectful of tradition, your nature is fundamentally paradoxical. Enraged by the injustice, unfairness, and tyranny in the world, you are attracted to the study of social problems. You will struggle to solve them, torn between your awareness of practical realities and your attraction to idealist, utopian solutions.
An environmentalist before the discipline was invented, anything related to nature or the Earth arouses your interest.
Born in the seven to ten days after the full moon rose, you have a “last quarter” lunar personality. As a result, you are independent and self-sufficient, with original ideas and a bold sense of humor. However, your lack of flexibility often hinders your strategies and projects, and you often lose followers because of your harsher style. Although you are not unduly attached to success, because you are used to being ahead of the curve, your failures take a psychological toll on you. You should try to avoid further disappointments by conforming more to present-day reality.