Gemini Zodiac Sign
Gemini Traits & Symbology
Color: Checks, stripes or any two colors
Motto: I Think
Affirmation: I am mentally versatile and synthesize information. I shape-shift.
Body: The Lungs, Shoulders, Arms and Hands
Stone: Tigers eye, agate
Yoga: Wrist and arm stretches
Sacred Animals: Stag, Seahorse and Dragonfly
Gemini the twins. Flirtatious, bisexual, voyeur
In ancient times, twins were considered to be supernatural…one twin was considered to be born of a human father and the other of a god. One twin was mortal, the other immortal. In Roman mythology, Gemini is associated with the brave warrior twins Castor and Pollux. Castor, the mortal twin inevitably died. The immortal Pollux was overcome with sorrow and begged his father Jupiter to allow Castor to share his immortality. Jupiter acknowledged the bravery of both brothers and reunited the pair in the heavens.
The Jester – through storytelling and writing to lighten the world with curiosity and mind games. To know as much as possible and communicate both within the self (internal thought processes) and to others. To create an intellectual system based on logic and classification.
Gemini Shadow Self
Gemini dark side. Superficial, scattered and a liar. A con-artist and trickster. Foolish and over-talkative. Unfocused and overwhelmed by information.
Gemini the Twins is the 30th largest constellation in the sky and contains 85 visible stars. The two stars, Castor and Pollux, are unique among those named in the heavens in that they are not only the myth behind the constellation, but are actual stars.
Gemini Brightest Stars
The two brightest stars in the constellation Gemini are the heads of Castor and Pollux. Castor is a bright white binary star, situated approximately 50 light-years from Earth. Pollux is an orange star situated approximately 35 light-years away and is the brighter of the two stars. A couple of “bad boys” indicating possible illness or injury. © Crystal Gaze