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Sun Signs – Gemini

 

 

Traditional
Gemini traits

Adaptable and versatile
Communicative and witty
Intellectual and eloquent
Youthful and lively

On the dark side….

Nervous and tense
Superficial and inconsistent
Cunning and inquisitive

Gemini, the sign of the Twins, is dual-natured, elusive, complex and contradictory.The sign is linked with Mercury, the planet of childhood and youth, and its subjects tend to have the graces and faults of the young.They take up new activities enthusiastically but lack application, constantly needing new interests, flitting from project to project as apparently purposelessly as a butterfly dancing from flower to flower.To them life is a game which must always be full of fresh moves and continuous entertainment, free of labor and routine.

They are affectionate, courteous, kind, generous, and thoughtful towards the poor and suffering – provided none of the activities resulting from expressing these traits interferes too greatly with their own lives and comforts.like children, they demand attention, admiration, and the spending on them of time, energy and money, throwing tantrums if they don’t get what they want..

A Gemini can change his clothes, his job, his love life or his residence as fast as he changes his mind, and that’s pretty fast.He’s a browser, because he can get the gist of the contents in a brief scanning of the pages.Geminis like to skip back and forth in a book, a pattern of action they also prefer when it comes to things other than reading.Man or woman, Gemini is impatient with conservative stick-in-the-muds, or with people who can’t make up their minds where they stand on particular issues. Gemini knows where he stands, at least for the moment.

There’s an eagerness about Geminis, an immediate, sym­pathetic friendliness, and unusually quick, but graceful movements.It’s usually a mistake to try to pin Geminis down to either one place or one idea. It’s always a mistake to challenge them to a battle of wits, because they can talk them­selves in and out of situations with the greatest ease.They think fast on their feet (or in any other position); they can be sharply satirical, and they’re more clever than al­most anybody.

Geminis need to rest their busy brains with twice as much sleep as anyone else. Unfortunately, since they’re so susceptible to insomnia, they rarely get enough.The odd thing is that the Gemini can suffer an emotional breakdown more easily from boredom and confinement than from over-activity.His eyes are sharp and his talents are multiple. He has a brilliant humor, tact, diplomacy and adroitness-yet he lacks persistence and patience. He throws away the precious old too quickly for the untried new, then lives to regret the instant disposal. In spite of all the people around him, he shares his deepest emotions only with his one constant companion-his other twin self.

A June person will sometimes appear to light near you, like an inquisitive bird, survey the scene with excited curiosity, then dart off in a different direction almost before you can say hello.The secret is in the Geminian duality. They can do two. things at once with less effort than it takes most of us to do one.

Any kind of routine can make a typical Geminian feel like a droopy bird in a cage with his wings clipped.There’s a strange thing about Geminis and writing. The Sun sign itself rules writing. Therefore, practically every Mercury man or woman can turn a clever phrase and string words together intelligently.Almost every Gemini speaks, understands or reads more than one language and French is the favorite. One way or another, the Gemini will triumph with words. He cut his teeth on Webster’s Unabridged. He can sell ice cubes to an Eskimo or dreams to a pessimist.

GEMINI MAN

It’s true that when you’re in love with a Gemini, you won’t walk alome. You most certainly won’t. You’ll have at least two people to walk with you-and both of them will be him.The typical Gemini is the favorite of every hostess. He likes people. The more the merrier. He has exquisite taste, he’s loaded with witty remarks, and his com­pliments are masterpieces of warm sincerity. Usually a master of impeccable manners and social adroitness, he keeps the party moving in more ways than one.

One day your Gemini man may call on you with a chattering monkey perched on his shoulder and suggest going to a flea circus. He’ll bring you flowers, perfume, a phonograph record or a couple of books, maybe even one he wrote himself. The hours will speed by as you happily sun yourself in his cheerful disposition, laugh at his bright, ;lever jokes and melt under his gay, gallant charm. He’ll ay “I love you,” a hundred different ways, like no one ilse in the world could do.

The next day, he’ll phone you and cancel the date for no reason whatsoever, causing you to imagine all sorts of things. Was he only joking about loving you? Is he ‘ being someone else? Is he in trouble? Your fears may be true. Then again, they may be false. A week later, he’ll sappear, full of sarcastic remarks, moody and irritable.

He’ll be impatient, critical and petulant. He may criticize your shoes, your lipstick or your literary taste, and have some pretty cutting doubts about the possibility of your happiness together. Either all this, or he’ll be sullen and troubled, his mind far away, distant and aloof. No use asking why, you won’t get an answer that makes any sense.

If you survive that experience, a few more days will find you visiting an art gallery, theater, museum, library or opera with your Gemini man, absolutely hypnotized by his knowledge and wide interests. Hell be unusually tender, full of fragile, butterfly dreams and imaginative hopes for tomorrow. Then he’ll propose. Like that. Quick as light­ning. You’ll forget all the thunder and storm clouds, all the rain that fell before, say “yes,” before he changes his mind-and there you are-engaged to an enigma.

Loving a Gemini is easy and fun, if you don’t try to get too close. There’s a inner core that belongs only to him, that he’ll never share with another human being, even you. Keep things cool and light, and don’t be overly passionate or dramatic. Don’t bore him, always excite him and your Gemini romance can be very special. Don’t rebel against his changeability. Change with him. Be as alert and inter­ested in life as he is.During a long period of loneliness, he can shed some sentimental tears, but it’s the loneliness that does it, rather than nostalgia for yesterday.

Jealousy is something you may never have to worry about with a Gemini husband, because possessiveness is not a typical Gemini trait. If suspicion occasionally whispers in his ear, he’ll usually brush it away . Love is not a strictly physical relationship with this man. He hears more, sees more and feels more through his senses than others do, and Mercury helps him record the most delicate impressions vividly. His love has such an airy, elusive quality, it may seem to lack the earthy passion of other Sun signs.

GEMINI WOMAN

Her age will be an important clue to what you can expect, because until she matures, romance is only a game to her. She can be fickle and unpredictable to an incredible degree. First she’ll be ecstatically carried away by your smile and your voice, even the way you walk. Then she’ll reverse her ecstasy and criticize everything from your socks to your haircut, and she usually does it with such clever, sharp sarcasm, you may need iodine for your wounds. Now, don’t let this put you out of the market for a Gemini woman. Remember you’re getting at least two for one, and that’s indisputably a bargain.

A Gemini woman can be a producer, a singer, a sailor, a lawyer, an actor, a salesman and the chairman of a few boards of directors all at once-and express himself ad infinitum.Give her credit. Shell usually manage to keep her be­wilderment at her own complex character to herself, and not burden you with it. She’s a lively and gay companion. Most of the time (when the mood is on the up-swing), she’ll sparkle with a vivacious personality, amuse you with her clever, witty remarks, and converse intelligently about almost any subject under the sun. She enjoys all the senti­mental gestures of romance and has no trouble making conquests. No woman you’ve ever met will delight you with more imaginative ways of loving you and such appeal­ing charm. She can flutter her lashes with delicate femi­ninity, but she’s not at all helpless when it comes to earning her own living. A Gemini woman can play the giddy party girl to perfection, flattering a helpless, trapped male right out of his mind and his bank book. But she can smoothly change into a demure and adoring housewife, from which she can quickly switch into a serious intellectual who studies the great philosophers and talks about politics or poetry brilliantly, then suddenly turn into a bundle of raw emotion, full of nerves, tears and fears. She’s certainly not stuffy or monotonous.

You’ll find her a great pal. The Mercury girl will go along with you on anything from scuba diving to speed racing-bicycling or badminton. She’ll show an interest in all the outdoor sports, and still manage to look as soft and feminine as a powder puff, with a mind as fast as a whip.

The Gemini woman is astrology’s version of the eternally youthful sprite. She is outgoing, clever, spontaneous, open-minded, creative, independent, and charming. She dances quickly through life and through her experiences, soaking up the beauty and enjoyment that surrounds her, enchanting and baffling those she encounters in equal measure before gliding off to her next adventure. Others are fascinated by her unique perspective on the myriad subjects she’s interested in, and she loves to share her insights with a captive audience. Because of her tendency to move on quickly, she often leaves those in her wake wanting more of her curious brand of irreverent exuberance.

With constant stimulation and excitement pumping through her, Geminis tend to have a strong, yet slight and flexible build with delicate features. This readily describes the numerous models who share her sign, the likes of which include Heidi Klum, May Andersen, Naomi Campbell, Adriana Lima, Irina Lazareanu, Trish Geoff, Molly Sims, Ana Beatriz Barros, Anja Rubik, Bar Refaeli, Bianca Balti, Brooke Shields, Elizabeth Hurley, Riley Keough, and Sarah Stephens. In fact, it may be true that Gemini models hold the crown for being the most enterprising with their noncatwalk-related careers. Their inherent restlessness as well as their natural gift for entrepreneurship helps propel their work in many interesting directions.

Like many other things in her life, the Gemini woman approaches fashion as a fun distraction, enjoyed whimsically and not taken too seriously. Because she has many moods and many interests, her style choices are likely to run the absolute gamut from grunge to glam and everything in between. Like the other decisions in her life, she must be free to pick and choose spontaneously. For this reason, layers and accessories feature prominently in her wardrobe as they immediately change the mood of her outfits. And she loves to shop for things that catch her eye while off to the next stop on her journey.

Your Gemini woman will never take a train when she can fly. She’ll never be silent when she can speak. She’ll never turn away when she can help. And she’ll never walk when she can run. Her mind is full of so many thoughts and her heart is full of so many hopes, she may seem to need a computer to sort it all out. Or does she just need someone who can run beside her and toss dreams with her-from here to tomorrow? If you’re that man, she doesn’t dare look over her shoulder to see if you’re near. Some deep, unexplained fear within her keeps her from ever looking back. When you finally match her speed, get her to slow down to your pace. You can do it, if you hold her hand tightly and never let it go. Though Mercurial north winds drive her on, secretly she may long to rest awhile more than you know. Do hurry and try to reach her. She needs you.

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