||[Feb. 29th, 2004|02:39 pm]
Analysis by this website about me.... http://www.idealpartner.org.uk/ipbi/WhatJob.asp
Natal Year number: 3
Something of a butterfly, William is someone who tends to act on the spur of the moment, throwing his not inconsiderable energies into a project that he is unlikely to finish. Governed more by his heart than his head, William needs a job that offers variety, and one that can accommodate the many good ideas that he will present. Marketing, Public Relations or a job as an advertising executive offer William the best opportunity commensurate with his innate talents.
Natal Month number: 9
Although William may be relied upon to start his allotted tasks, he cannot always be relied upon to complete them. This is not because William is lazy, but because his active brain has alighted upon something else that he wishes to pursue. Nevertheless he has leadership potential and the ability to inspire others with his charm and humour.
Natal House number: 8
Somewhat stubborn when pushed too far, William is inclined to be one of those people who cannot see the wood for the trees. In effect his methodical approach leads him to become immersed in the detail and thus lose touch with the ultimate aim. Although he may be financially successful, he is not one to display that wealth in an ostentatious manner.
Comments based on Western Grid
William is a balanced individual who can understand and appreciate the views of others as well as his own. He can express himself fluently, and with persuasive conviction, whilst taking account of opposing views. This means that William will get on very well with colleagues at work, both senior and junior, as well as clients, customers, suppliers and external agencies.
With an analytical mind, in time William will come to understand the cause of losses he has suffered, and will then take an interest in the psychic world. If too many things go wrong, and too many losses are sustained, William may well take more than a passing interest in astrology. However, William has an excellent analytical mind which enables him to provide solutions to intricate problems.
Highly intelligent, and with a compassionate caring nature, William is happiest when his mental abilities are put to the test. When mental activity is dulled, he becomes frustrated and downhearted, and becomes prone to exaggeration. A caring individual with strong humanitarian ideals, William will channel some of his energy into political or charitable work.
[The Arrow of Frustrations: lacking the numbers 4, 5 and 6] William finds it difficult to accept other people as they really are, and is constantly disillusioned with life. Once he accepts that others are only human, the frustrations will cease.
[The Arrow of Emotional Sensitivity: lacking the numbers 2, 5 and 8] Acutely sensitive, William is easily hurt and as a consequence has learnt to hide his feelings. Likely to suffer from an inferiority complex, he is very supportive of others who need his help. Consequently William is best employed helping others, and in such an environment, he will shine.
Comments based on Chinese Grid
William will make some money and enjoy a reasonable standard of living.
William has an average mind, and without the numbers 4 and 9 in the Chinese version will not enjoy a creative existence.
Although William is highly creative, he lacks the confidence to put those abilities to work. As he is a natural worrier, progress is frustrated by setbacks.
If the numbers 3 and 5 in the Chinese version are missing, William is something of a perfectionist who seeks to achieve detailed accuracy, and has a natural instinct to unearth the truth. If the Chinese Grid also contains the numbers 3 and 5, he will be attracted to work in a spiritual or humanitarian field.
William is intelligent, and prepared to learn. Without the numbers 3, 5 and 7 in the Chinese version, William is likely to use his head at the expense of his heart, which can lead him to become something of a workaholic.
[The Arrow of Confusion: Lacking the numbers 3, 4 and 8] William has no long-term objectives. He lacks the methodical approach to organising his life, and is inclined to scupper his plans before they materialise.
[The Arrow of Action: The numbers 2, 6 and 7] William has an abundance of energy which is best released in competitive sport. He is also suited to careers such as the Armed Forces, farming, and adventurous activities like rock climbing or mountaineering.