I had a full astrology chart done, back in 2005 actually, from Liz Greene's site Psychological Horoscope Analysis - Astrodienst. (This is in no way an endorsement, but in the interest of full disclosure, there you have it.)
It's about 25 pages in length, and too long and personal really to divulge fully here; but I was interested to see how many people would self-identify with some excerpts from my profile. A couple are pretty general from the overview, and a couple are more specific and deeper in the report.
Following are 5 paragraphs, which I shall number accordingly.
Rate on a scale of 1 - 4, 1 being "I don't agree with this at all" and 4 meaning "I agree with this fully" to the degree that you feel the particular excerpt describes (or does not describe) you.
Please add any of your extra thoughts too to the mix.
Paragraph 1: Romantic vision and a rich imagination
You are one of life's true romantics, because your reality is the inner world of fantasy and imagination. The limitations of daily life can bore you, and you try at every available opportunity to inject into mundane situations a note of the mythic and the meaningful. However, your romanticism is constantly being challenged by another side of your personality: your fear of disruption to your material security. Although you dislike being tied to routines which seem inconsequential and stifling, life perpetually intrudes upon your dreams, forcing you into conflict between your vision and your practical limitations and needs.
Paragraph(s) 2: The struggle against banality and mundane limits
If you attempt to live entirely in your imagination, you may run the risk of losing your connection with ordinary life - and with it, the capacity for contentment. Because of your resentment of boredom and routine, you may secretly yearn for an alternative life which is more glamourous, exciting or meaningful - without actually doing anything concrete about your craving for wider horizons. You also dislike having to select one thing to which you must apply yourself, preferring to live in a kind of provisional world - the "one day when I grow up..." syndrome, where all possibilities remain open to you. Yet if you pursue this approach to life exclusively, you will, with the passing of the years, feel increasingly unreal, as though you have somehow wasted your potentials and accomplished nothing solid in the end.
Another manifestation of your conflict between the romantic, mystic realm and the hard world of facts and objects is your complex relationship with your own body, which often seems mysterious and frightening and which you may periodically neglect. You may resent having to fill your time with tasks like servicing the car and doing the monthly accounts, not to mention the dentist and the doctor; but your lack of attention to worldly and instinctual matters can result in constant irritations with mechanical objects breaking down, and also in problems with your health - not because you are intrinsically unhealthy, but because you tend to be sporadic in your care of your own body. You tend to swing between excessive and punishing diets and exercise routines to "master" the body, and times when you are not even aware that it exists.
Paragraph 3: The power of reason combines with the gift of fantasy
You possess unusual intellectual gifts to support and enhance your rich imagination. You may be a profound thinker, with a grasp of higher and broader concepts and an intuitive feeling for symbols and connections between systems of thought. Your imagination, although powerful and constantly active, never runs wild into chaos, but is always supported by clear rational thought. Therefore, you are one of those rare people who are not only able to leap to conclusions through the uncanny irrational power of the intuition, but can also explain yourself with a logical and coherent structure of thought.
Paragraph 4: A hidden need for solitude
Your identity is closely bound with your feeling of usefulness to humanity in which you believe so strongly; and although sooner or later life will challenge you on the issue of who you really are when you are not fulfilling this role, you are likely to be happiest and most creative if you know your life has offered something to someone other than yourself. ... In contrast to this sociable, articulate and outgoing qualities of your personality, there is a hidden side in you which is not the humanitarian and humanist that you are, for this part of you actively dislikes people, preferring solitude and quiet, and finding a group of more than three rather strenuous, irritating and even boring. It is hard for you to express this antisocial shadow, for this might mean offending others by withdrawing too harshly from them; and it would mean questioning your belief that the welfare of others is more important than your own.
Paragraph 5: An experience of emotional alienation
The subjective image of your father which is portrayed in your birth horoscope is a potent and ambivalent one. A feeling of alienation coloured your relatioship with him - either because of a physical separation, or because you experienced his personality as too detached, intellectual, cool or unresponsive to allow you to get close to him. He probably encouraged your intellectual development, while remaining aloof from your emotional and physical need of him, and you therefore may have felt rejected on a deep personal level. His high standards of achievement and perfection and his lack of regard for your ordinary, human needs - esepcially those of affection and warmth - have exercised a powerful unconscious influence on your own values. Although your relationship with your father may have contained difficult elements, there is also a powerful attachment to him indicated in your birth horoscope, and it is likely that he, more than your mother, represented safety and security to you in your childhood.