Bob Gale is a practical person. His personality doesn’t have room for idealistic notions or mirages. When all systems are go, his inner strength and stamina will drive him straight to the heart of the material world with no detours or mistakes. He then becomes the quintessential creator and producer. He creates out of love for the phenomenon of creation on every level. Although his innate sense of matter, his earthiness, may sometimes confine him to the material plane, it also endows him with the power to give substance to his intuitions. His material possessions embody his spirit. He is a person of conviction. He believes in his action; he has faith in his approach. Striding purposefully ahead, he goes even farther, more effectively. He is aware he has a job to carry out; he knows his duty is to create and construct. As a result, it is important for him to be deeply implicated in his career and to feel as though he is really accomplishing a goal that is important to him. He is coherent and pragmatic, and his life and mind are carefully organized. Improvisation is not his forte; on the contrary, he tends to plan out his work in advance, stick to the plan obstinately, and pace himself carefully. This tendency may strike others as being somewhat plodding and slow. But the opinion of others means little to him; he judges himself on the basis of the fruit of his labor. His accomplishments arouse his pride and possessiveness, since he view them as evidence of his worth. However, the work ethic so prevalent in our society is deeply ingrained in him. Merely by slogging on with his duty, he achieves such personal rewards and satisfactions as the knowledge that his potency never flickers; his inner virility and ability to follow through are steady, sure, and irresistible. The only drawback is that his earthiness and stubbornness may confine his interests to somewhat low horizons. His capacity for work is related to a capacity for self-devotion. He is able to give his entire being to a great cause, to devote himself body and soul, with all the might and conscientiousness he possesses, if he believes the goal to be his ultimate purpose. His initial problem is to find the cause he will make his purpose in life, because if he were to err, if he wandered into the trap of a bad cause fraught with risk, he would suffer a terrible setback. Therefore, the essential value which will define his life and destiny is the
Bob Gale, due to the influence of Leo rising, seems to have a high ideal of himself. He is simultaneously dazzling yet rebellious, extremist yet sensitive and good-natured. His behavior is ambivalent, and he blows hot and cold: emotional intensity alternates with cold impersonality. The truth is, he is aware of a deep feeling of inner disharmony which causes him to counteract his primary instincts and inhibit the free interplay of his emotional impulses and deep-seated urges. As a result, he refuses to engage in a narcissistic quest for the admiration of others as a means of confirming his own self-worth. Scorning such crude and primitive forms of self-enhancement, he seeks purpose in life by looking inside himself, examining and analyzing the emotional, mental, and spiritual components that make him tick. The only true source of self-esteem will be his objective creations and accomplishments. His psychology should undergo a complete metamorphosis in midlife (at the age of 40-45 years).
Bob Gale is sensual. Pleasure is important to him.
Bob Gale needs others to fulfill himself and accomplish his ambitions.
Bob Gale was born under the sign of Leo, the Lion, and the sun was in the sign of Taurus, the Bull at the time. The various clues mentioned above provide his personality profile. The following key words capture the essence of his character and indicate certain contradictions which may be sources of tension: Determination – Pride and self-assurance – Compassion – Superiority – Perseverance – Brilliance – Pragmatism – Generosity – Productivity – Positivism – Sensuality. With his steadfast, wholesome personality, Bob Gale dislikes evasiveness and subterfuge in others. He is not happy with anything less than excellence and will actively seek out social success, power, and material comfort. He has a tendency to invest in his key interests and personal preferences, and he knows how to be generous. His great sensuality makes him appreciate pleasure as much as duty, with the same optimism and delight.
Bob Gale was born on the three and one-half days after the full moon rose. As a “full moon” lunar type, he has an objective, rational character, but because the moon is opposite the sun at the time of the full moon, his objective tendencies are balanced by a more idealistic penchant. Because the forces pull him in two different ways – one toward dreams, the other toward reality – Bob may be aware of some inner contradictions which are causing practical and social difficulties for him. At times, he is too demanding of himself or others, comparing them to an ideal, whereas at others, he is too nonchalant and indulgent about life. Bob vacillates between two poles. One is elitist; the other is more earthy and perhaps vulgar at times. The result is a multifaceted self. Generally speaking, his monthly energy flow is strongest at the time of the full moon. Scheduling intensive work phases at that time would be wise for him.