If you haven't seen the new documentary, Senna, don't walk, don't run, but drive as fast as you can to the nearest cinema to watch it asap. Ayton Senna is one of the icons of Formula 1 auto racing, who died in a tragic accident in his early 30s.
Even if you aren't into sports or racing, you can't help but be moved by this incredible movie. Even with the passing of the years, it is hard not to be seduced by Senna's charisma and personal magnetism (ie, he was incredibly hot!).
So what are some factors in a birth chart that indicate sex appeal?
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Mars: Mars is the planet of sex and allure. A prominent Mars is the key to vitality and attraction. Senna has Mars in his 1st house, the identity sector. He has an almost overwhelming force of personality, and his magnetism is an integral part of his identity, who he is, and how others relate to him.
Venus: Venus represents the dreamier, more romantic elements of personal attraction. For Senna, the planet of love and the softer, more seductive charms is also in his 1st house, giving him a sweetness and allure. He can use his graciousness to his benefit, both in his career and his ability to make friends due to harmonious aspects to his MC and Jupiter in his social sector.
Sun: The Sun shows the basic approach to life. Senna's Sun is in fiery Aries in his self-esteem sector, giving him a passionate, enthusiastic and vibrant nature.
Planets in the relationship houses: Finally, planets in the 5th and 7th houses shows how one approaches relationships, as well as how others are drawn to them. Senna had both Pluto and Uranus in his house of partnership, making him powerfully magnetic as well as spontaneous in his approach to love.
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