Sexual Skullistry; We All Know That Great Sex Is Fuelled by the Imagination. but Latest Research Shows That Sexual Potential May Have More to Do with the SHAPE of Your Head Than What's Inside It. Author and Psychic Researcher CRAIG HAMILTON-PARKER Goes Head to Head and Reveals All

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Sexual Skullistry; We All Know That Great Sex Is Fuelled by the Imagination. but Latest Research Shows That Sexual Potential May Have More to Do with the SHAPE of Your Head Than What's Inside It. Author and Psychic Researcher CRAIG HAMILTON-PARKER Goes Head to Head and Reveals All


Hamilton-Parker, Craig, Sunday Mirror (London, England)


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He head is the body's most erotic organ. Its size and shape says a lot about your sexual potential. And your bumps can reveal even more.

Based on studies dating back more than 200 years, I have developed a theory, called Sexual Skullistry, to help you work out the kind of lover YOU are.

It was an Austrian, Dr Franz Joseph Gall who in the 18th Century first investigated the personality traits of people with distinctive head shapes. But his discoveries were considered far too shocking to reveal at the time.

Now, at last, I am able to divulge Sexual Skullistry's sizzling secrets.

I have identified one bump on each side of the skull - I call it the "passion bump" - which indicates sexual appetite. If you have this bump, located in AREA 1 on my chart drawn on Demi Moore's head, you are a highly sexual person.

And if your partner has it, you don't know how lucky you are. The quickest way to work out what your head says about your sexual prowess is to work out your skull's vital statistic.

To do this use a piece of string to measure the distance from the centre of the ear - behind which is located the centre of the brain - in a diagonal line to the back of your head where the base of the skull joins the top of your spine.

Then hold the string against our specially-designed Sexual Skullistry scale below to see just how sexy you are.

Skullistry divides the human head into 42 areas called the organs.

My chart shows the main areas with the sexy parts highlighted. Bumps on any of these organs indicate passions.

You don't need to have a shaven head like Demi to discover your sexual ability - but it helps. That way any tell-tale bumps are there for the world to see.

Try feeling your partner's bumps to see if they have loving qualities such as a bump for the organ of generosity, rhythm, humour etc.

The most passionate spots - those bonking bumps - are located at the very back of the skull on either side.

Interestingly, the Japanese have been aware of these spots for centuries and believe that if you kiss the area just below this on the back of your partner's neck it gives an extraordinary sensation and can throw them into a wild sexual frenzy.

Some sexologists now call this area the Japanese spot, or J-spot.

Once you've found your bumps consult my at-a-glance chart to discover what they say about your sex drive...

BALD FACTS ABOUT THOSE LOVE BUMPS

IDENTIFY where your bumps are using the illustration on the left, then find out what they say about your sex drive using this at-a-glance guide.

1. Bonking bumps. Bumps here show just how interested you are in the opposite sex and how interesting they find you. If you have bumps in similar places, on both sides of the skull your appeal is doubled. You're hot, hot, hot.

2. You're a faithful and loyal lover. You need serious and secure relationships.

3. Sympathetic and gentle, that's you. You're a family person.

4. For you a lover must be a friend first, partner second. …

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