When the Stars Align: The Orgy Edition

by Adult Match Maker - 12 May 2015 - 6 Member Comments
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Call it a symptom of the normative culture we live in, but there's really not much out there in the way of sexual astrological compatibility for groups. You can Google "Pisces man v. Capricorn woman" til your keyboard bursts into flames, but good luck inserting a curious Gemini betwixt the two.

Since we're charting brave new territory with this one, it's probably best to read this as a fun thought experiment - but don't let it dictate the types of people you invite to your next group session. Quite frankly, it takes all kinds to make for a fun orgy.

Here are a few possible ways to organise your astro-orgy:

Elemental magic: It's said that people tend to get along swimmingly with people born under the same elemental influence. In other words, water signs get along with water signs, air goes with air, and so on. It's not necessarily that you're shooting for an optimal dynamic here, or synergistic magic. But you can certainly expect to be on a similar wavelength with your playmates.

As a matter of course, a Wet Water Wailer is going to look a bit different from a Freaky Fire Fiesta. Try incorporating plenty of verbal play for an air sign party, or perhaps a healthy dose of sensual massage for earth signs.

Make it bipolar: It's said that there are also "positive" (generally more extroverted, yang, and dominant) and "negative" (introverted, yin, and submissive) signs. Generally speaking, people relate best to those with a similar polarity, but it's also often true that soulmates are found in opposite pairings. If you're an Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius or Aquarius, consider arranging a get-together with other positive signs for a night of outgoing, dominant fun. For a slightly more sensitive group dynamic, a party made up of Tauruses, Cancers, Virgos, Scorpios, Capricorns and Pisces will hit the mark. Of course, you can always get an even number of both for a balance of dominant and submissive energy.

Don't go for your type: In addition to the four elements, there are also three types of signs: cardinal, fixed, and mutable. Within each element, there is always one of each type.

Generally speaking, cardinal types (Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn) like to rule the roost and incite change. Fixed signs - such as Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius - are willful, if not rather stubborn. The mutable ones (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) are flexible and adaptable in ways that all the others are not. If you can imagine, it's not always a great mix to pair like with like.

Consider aiming to have all your bases covered. If a threesome involving a cardinal, fixed, and mutable sign seems too intimate for your taste, try to represent all camps evenly for a harmonious romp.

Get out a compass: Where compatibility is concerned, harmony (and conflict) often boils down to the number of degrees separating you from your peer(s) on the old zodiac wheel. A 30-degree difference - or neighbouring signs on the zodiac - don't typically click so easily, nor do those with square (or 90-degree) angles. Meanwhile, a 60- or 120-degree aspect will do wonders (that's two and four signs apart, respectively). As with many things, there's gold at the end of the rainbow for many opposites, but it's not always the easiest path to tread.
 

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  1. Paul847

    More than a month ago
    What you're saying is totally unjustified. There is no evidence to support your claims. People mix and match when it suits them regardless of any patterns in the night sky. They will do what they want when they want. If anything has an influence on human/animal behaviour, it is the Moon, and it's orbital and rotational cycles.
    Some scientific facts are:
    Women have their monthly menstrual period at about the same length of time as a lunar (moon) cycle.
    Humans become more aggressive and active when it is a full moon.
    Animals become more active and aggressive when it is a full moon.
    In the sea, animals like crustations, fish, corals etc sporn only one day a year during a full Moon.
    Looking at the Moon you always see the same side or face. Does this mean that it is not rotating or that it is rotating at the same speed of the Earth at a distance of about 3 minutes x the speed of light?
    Anyway comparing constellations millions of light years apart can't have any jurisdiction over the evident celestial bodies within our own solar system.




  2. bouncingsoulism

    More than a month ago
    The photo Is that the clock in Prague ?

    AMM.Events

    More than a month ago
    Yes we agree, it's amazing! We looked through his portfolio when you commented and this photo isn't in his Prague set although he does have photos of the clock you're referring to. Google has found it though, it's in Oslo.

    bouncingsoulism

    More than a month ago
    There's no other clock like that anywhere... it's the astronomical one. It's fabulous.

    AMM.Events

    More than a month ago
    No it isn't, but this photographer takes a lot of lots across Europe so it is probably somewhere in Europe. Nicely spotted :-)

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