Uranus in 3rd House
Tuesday, February 01, 2011
Albert Einstein was listed as dyslexic, and he had Uranus in the 3rd house. Most consider him to be a right minded individual; this is someone who jumps to whatever interests them in books rather than learning by rote. While astrologer Jeff Green believes that Uranus in 3rd house people “switch” between using their left and right brains. Einstein was the type of man who also visualized solutions to problems. The real thrill of learning for this individual is the sudden shock of discovery, but there can be impatience for instant results.
There is a strong insistence for the truth, and this person believes in freedom of speech, and so hates to be told what to say or think. This position of Uranus is attracted towards progressive, revolutionary ideas that can lead the mind to new insights; they are inventive, original and intuitive thinkers. The Uranian mind grasps concepts whole, and sometimes their ideas are light years ahead. Thinking is usually future orientated and they sense new trends. Uranus in the 3rd house doesn’t necessarily behave like a rebel, but they think like one, and demand to express their opinion freely.The problem is being able to maintain their concentration.
Uranus in the 3rd house is the light bulb over the head moment, and there is complete fearlessness in expressing their thoughts, and others might be uncertain what to expect from them in the communication area. Uranus here can also represent the self-taught person, and learning can have a profound effect on them. Some Uranians view old subjects from a unique perspective, and are often interested in intellectual systems - science, astrology, mathematics or astronomy. This placement of Uranus will usually attract them into associations of like-minded people. The Uranian mind is also gifted at synthesis and good at making intuitive leaps.