If you have Mars in Cancer with Venus in Aquarius

you are . . .


The Heady Home Body


You are the most imaginative and the least conservative of the Mars in Cancer Lovers. Conversation and the exchange of ideas are just as important to your emotional well-being as snuggling, and you have the capacity to analyze and even laugh at your obsessive sexual nature. In some ways, you are the sanest Lover of this type or at least the most reasonable. You understand your capacity for irrational thinking and emotional dependency and try to make the best of it.


Unfortunately, sometimes this reasonable approach gets you into trouble. You are the most adventurous Mars in Cancer Lover and you often take risks in you love life and experiment with sex in ways that put the tender and obsessive inner working of our Mars in Cancer sexuality in jeopardy. The results are painful for you but they also bring heartache to the people who get caught up in the web of your powerful emotions. You have a way of convincing people that you have everything under control when, in fact, you are just waiting to see where the next wave of sentiment will send you.

 

CELEBRITY EXAMPLES OF THE HEADY HOME BODY

Our celebrity examples of The Heady Home Body include noted author William Burroughs (born Feb. 5, 1914 wik.) One of the leaders of the so-called “Beat” generation of writer, his startling, free-form novels (such as Naked Lunch) described Burrough’s life as a drug addict and sexual deviant. Burroughs was a bisexual who was very passive in his homosexual relationships and very assertive with his wife. During a drinking session during which Burroughs was trying to sell a pistol to a visitor, he purposed to prove the accuracy of the firearm by shooting a drinking glass off the top of his wife’s head. Since Burroughs was a crack shot his wife agreed to assist him but in this instance Burrough’s shot was low and the bullet killed his wife.

Also in this group we have another writer who used his own experiments with drugs, as well and his troubled relationships with women as fodder for his classic science fiction stories, Philip K Dick (born Dec. 16, 1928 adb) and a writer who detailed his experiences as a homosexual street hustler during the 1950s, John Rechy (born March 10, 1931 adb.)·
Other examples in this group are actor William Shatner (born March 22, 1931 adb,) newspaper mogul Rupert Murdoch (born March 11, 1931 adb) composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (born Jan. 27, 1756 adb) and actor Ashton Kutcher (born Feb. 7, 1978 wik,) noted for his enduring marriage to Demi Moore.