If you have Mars in Capricorn with Venus in Gemini

you are . . .

The Sly Slave of Love

You are the cleverest of the Mars in Capricorn Lovers and this allows you to control both your strong sex drive and your relationships with apparently little effort. Of course, it’s never as easy as it looks. You have to be both smart and tough to keep the emotional distance you require in your love life and satisfy your enormous appetite for physical pleasure. Sometimes you even hurt people, but your charm is such that you typically get away with it.

Of course, too much control can be just as bad as not enough control for a Mars in Capricorn Lover. If you organize your love life so well that there is no need for sacrifice and you never have to face the kind of adversity which typically brings out the best in a Mars in Capricorn Lover, you will soon find yourself becoming bored with the whole issue. If nothing else, you almost have to let yourself be stupid or clumsy now and again so you can be reminded of the pain that makes love worthwhile.



Since this is a rare combination we have only a few examples to choose from. Foremost is the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (born July 6, 1907 adb.) A small, delicate woman, Kahlo lived with constant pain from injuries suffered in an automobile accident. Many were surprised when she married Diego Rivera, a tall, obese and expansive artist with a huge appetite for everything but they made a good match. Kahlo answered Rivera’s tireless philandering with affairs of her own with both sexes and generally held the emotional reins in the relationship. One of the many paintings that Kahlo did of herself and her bombastic husband depicted Rivera as an infant in her arms.

Other examples include comedian and television star Jerry Seinfeld (born April 29, 1954 adb,) actor (The Twilight Saga) Robert Pattinson (born May 13, 1986 wik,) German air ace from World War I, Manfred Van Richthofen (born May 2, 1892 adb,) also know as the “Red Baron” and actress Megan Fox (born May 16, 1986 wik.)

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