Aquarius men love technology and often have occupations involving the internet, radio, television, video games or film. Even those that don't work in these fields tend to have hobbies involving some medium of technology. They also love to use technology to connect with other people, especially in the cause of freedom.
Aquarius men will usually hold freedom and justice as their highest ideals, but that definition of freedom is individual and depends on the man. Regardless of where on the political spectrum they fall, from Glenn Beck to Bob Marley, they use words as their weapons in their chosen battles.
Many Aquarius men have strong humanitarian beliefs. They may find the restrictions and injustices experienced by a group of people halfway around the world a strong motivating factor towards protest. Since group identification looms large in the Aquarian psyche, some of them may focus their energies on a community to which they belong.
Aquarian men often look to science as the means of liberation from ignorance and superstition. Galileo is the archetype of the Aquarian scientist pitted against the forces of religion which seek to silence him. Most tend to emphasize the primacy of logic and science over belief. As Thomas Edison once remarked with typical Aquarian bluntness, "Religion is all bunk." Another Aquarian scientist, Charles Darwin, once believed that not only religion but emotions must be jettisoned "A scientific man ought to have no wishes, no affections, - a mere heart of stone."
Men born under this sign may choose a form of creative expression which reacts against the artistic traditions and norms. Jackson Pollack's abstract art or James Joyce's experiments with anti-narrative strategies in his writing exemplify this kind of Aquarian rebellion. Aquarian art may also emphasize the theme of the boundless human spirit struggling against false social constraints. German poet and playwright Bertolt Brecht once wrote "Don't be afraid of death so much as an inadequate life." Boris Pasternak, poet and author of Dr. Zhivago, also emphasized that laws and rules tried to falsely contain life's truths: "What is laid down, ordered, factual is never enough to embrace the whole truth: life always spills over the rim of every cup."
Often Aquarius men enact the sign's desire for freedom simply by choosing a lifestyle which frees them from the constraints the normal to-work-and-back-home life structure. They may choose occupations which give them greater flexibility of schedule. Given their love of technology, they may telecommute. They may choose to live somewhere off the grid-although preferably with some form of community not too far removed. Alternately, they may help forge a new style of urban living by joining in a cooperative living group where the members share responsibilities for housework, cooking and maintaining a shared organic garden.
Sometimes the Aquarian eagerness to fight for freedom can result in a confused choice of targets for their righteous anger. Aquarian men from Lord Byron to Bill Maher have characterized women as tyrannically overly emotional creatures seeking to curtail the exploring and supremely rational male spirit. For some Water Bearer men, the issue of gender inequality can be something of a blind spot in their drive towards liberty and justice.
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