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If you have Mars in Gemini with Venus in Aquarius 

you are . . .


The Technician of Transcendent Love


You are the most daring and experimental of the Mars in Gemini Lovers, the one who takes curiosity to the limit. At your best you are a very exciting and inventive partner, someone who knows just how to use ideas to make the raw data of sensory experience into something truly extraordinary and erotic. 

 
Unfortunately, the story is quite different when you are not at your best. Your sexual nature can be very cold and calculating and you are inclined to pursue your ideals of love regardless of the damage you may be doing to people who love you in a more prosaic and earthly way. For you the idea of love is always more important than the physical realities of sex which, in some cases, can seem unwieldy and boring. You are a Lover who finds so much pleasure in thinking about sex and in talking about sex, that doing it can be a disappointment.

 

CELEBRITY EXAMPLES OF THE TECHNICIAN OF TRANSCENDENT LOVE

Our examples of this type include Franklin D. Roosevelt (born Jan. 30, 1882 adb,) who was famously unfaithful to his plain wife, Eleanor but, despite their sexual incapability, the couple was held together by his respect for her mind.· Also we have the Irish writer, James Joyce (born Feb 2, 1882 adb.) Joyce married a very down-to-earth woman and when they were separated he wrote her a constant stream of uninhibited and highly descriptive love letters. When the great novelist came home, however, the erotic extremes of his correspondence were quickly forgotten and he buried himself in his writing and his booze. Another writer who has written about sex is the American author Erica Jong (born March 26, 1942 adb.) Jong’s Fear of Flying became an anthem for female sexual expression.


Other examples of The Technician of Transcendent Love include two noted singers, Roger Daltry (born March 1, 1944· adb) of The Who and Aretha Franklin (born March 25, 1942 adb ) Actress and long-time mistress of newspaper mogul, William Randolph Hearst, Marion Davies (born Jan. 3, 1897 adb) is also an example of this category. Though she was occasionally unfaithful to her much older patron, Davies did not seem to think sex was that important and she remained at Hearst’s side until his death.