If you have Mars in Leo with Venus in Gemini

you are . . .

The Maestro of Amusement

Your attitude toward sex is uncomplicated, playful and far less serious than the typical Mars in Leo Lover. You are an inventive Lover with an exuberant spirit of discovery and an appreciation for surprises and novelty. Of course, your partners will quickly realize that your frolicsome nature can not be taken for granted. You still have to be the boss of every sexual situation even though the ways in which you assert this authority are typically quite unobtrusive and even sly.

Your approach to sex is essentially cerebral. It is ideas, not sensations or emotions, which make sex exciting for you. What you think about your partner is always more crucial than what your feel. This is quite all right as long as your ideas are fresh and lively. But when your thinking becomes stale and exhausted so does your sexuality. Without new ideas to inspire your desire, you can simple lose interest in sex.



Our examples of The Maestro of Amusement include three popular leading men from the golden age of Hollywood: Tyrone Power (born May 5, 1914 adb,) Gregory Peck (born Apr. 5, 1916 adb) and Glenn Ford (born May 1, 1916 adb.) We also have two leading men of a somewhat more recent vintages, the venerable Indiana Jones, Harrison Ford (born July 13, 1942 adb.) and the Irish actor , Colin Farrell (born May 31, 1976 wik.)

In this category we also find three noted musical stars: drummer, actor and former Beatle, Ringo Starr (born July 7, 1940 adb) the famous British singer from the “flower power” era, Donovan (born May 10, 1946 adb) and singer and actress Cher (born May 20, 1946 adb,) noted for her rancorous split with her husband and singing partner, Sonny Bono. Once she was free of the controlling influence of Sonny, whom she had wed when she was still a teen, Cher married the drug-addled rocker, Greg Allman and attempted to rehabilitate him. When this effort failed she moved on to a series of younger, often prettier boyfriends and relationships in which she could be the dominant partner.

Painter Paul Gauguin (born June 7, 1848 adb) was also somewhat more negative representative of this group. Gauguin was famous for leaving is wife and children and traveling to Tahiti to in order to find a primitive environment in which to paint. While painting his Tahitian masterpieces, Gauguin acquired a 13 year-old Tahitian “wife.” After his first trip to the islands, Gauguin returned to France sell his paintings and show off his new girlfriend, a Malaysian teenager he called “Annah the Javanese.” When French sailors insulted his paramour, Gauguin leaped to her defense and ended up in the hospital. (Meanwhile Annah left him to become a model in Paris.) When Gauguin returned to Tahiti he was suffering from the latter stages of syphilis. He continued to paint and take native girls into his bed but he was too sick and bitter to take much pleasure in his primitive idyll.