If you have Mars in Aquarius with Venus in Pisces

you are . . .

The Lyrical Liberator

You are the least intellectual of the Mars in Aquarius Lover. You get emotionally involved with your ideals and you fall in love with abstractions. This ability to link ideas with feelings allows you to surround the person you love with an amazing edifice of beauty and refinement in accordance with your idealized and highly romantic preconception about love. It can be a beautiful thing but it rarely lasts. People have a bad habit of stepping out of the sugar-coated world you’ve created in your mind and behaving like human beings, leaving you confused and disappointed.

You are one of the most emotionally vulnerable of the Mars in Aquarius Lovers and, for this reason, you are often more cautious and conservative in your romantic choices than is typical with this type. You have to protect your tender feelings. If you decide to defy convention it will be because of overwhelming emotional necessity and not just because you want to see how other people will react. But, given the combination of your sensuous and extremely affectionate nature and your uncompromising commitment to your romantic ideals, if and when you do choose to get radical about sex your actions will invariably draw a lot of attention.



The most outstanding example of this type is Hugh Hefner (born April 9, 1926 adb.) As the publisher of Playboy magazine, Hefner became the high priest of hedonism for, not just one, but several generations. In the 1990s Hefner seemed to be slowing down and he acquired a new wife and a family but he quickly tired of these mundane pleasures, left his wife and returned to living a life devoted to celebrating his particular ideal of feminine beauty.

Aviator Charles Lindbergh (born Feb. 4, 1902 adb,) took his search for the ideal woman in a different direction. A believer in eugenics, he married fellow pilot and author Ann Morrow partly because of her white, Anglo-Saxon purity. Their marriage survived this inauspicious beginning, as well as the murder of the couple’s infant son and other problems and endured until Lindbergh’s death.·


Other examples of The Lyrical Liberator include novelist Chuck Palahniuk (born Feb. 21, 1962 wik,) noted for his literary depictions of shocking behavior, sexual and otherwise, rock-and-roller Jon Bon Jovi (born March 2, 1962 adb,) juvenile sensation Justin Bieber (born March 1, 1994 wik,) poet Maya Angelou (born Apr. 4, 1928 adb,) actress (Harry Potter) Emma Watson (born Apr. 15, 1990 imdb) and painter Alice Neel (born Jan. 28, 1900 wik.) After working for many years in obscurity, buffeted by one emotional storm after another, Neel became famous near the end of her life for her unconventional portrait work. The plumb, grandmotherly Neel she particularly enjoyed convincing her well-heeled clients to undress so she could paint them in the nude.

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