Hi, I'm Gemini!
Some people will think I have multiple personalities, but really it's just because I can be ready for fun and adventures, but I can also be serious and thoughtful.
I think that's one of the main reason I can blend in with different types of people.
Not only I'll always be the first person to talk at dinner parties, but I love to switch from topics to topics, it kinda keeps me active... I guess?
Dates: May 21 - June 20
Zodiac quality: Mutable
Ruling planet: Mercury
Greatest compatibility: Sagittarius, Aquarius
My strengths: Quick learner, curious, affectionate
My weaknesses: Stressed, hesitant, inconsistent
I like: Music, chat to literally anyone, magazines
I dislike: Repetition, being lonely, being restricted
The History of Gemini Zodiac Sign
Gemini is not in the same position as the Gemini constellation. It follows Taurus and occupies the third 30 degrees of the zodiacal circle, as indicated by other signs in the zodiac. Gemini is a changeable sign that rules over the season when Taurus spring has concluded, and life on Earth prepares to alter. Spring is coming to an end, and preparations are being made for summer to take its place with the start of Cancer.
The Latin word "Gemini," which means "twins," is one of the constellations that actually resembles its name. The Gemini zodiac was first documented by Aristotle in his Meteorologica over 300 years BC. He observed an occulting a star in Gemini and spoke of viewing Jupiter in conjunction with it, according to Aristotle. These stars were known as the great twins and minor gods in Babylonian astronomy – Meshlamtaea (The One who has arisen from the Underworld) and Lugalirra (The Mighty King).
This zodiac is located between Taurus at the west and Cancer at the east. The zodiac is unique in that it features real stars marking the twin's heads, rather than simply constellations. Castor and Pollux are the twin brightest stars in Gemini, the latter being an orange-hued giant star, while Castor is a six-star system that appears to be a blue-white star to the naked eye.
Mantra and Purpose
The Gemini mantra, which is the voice of curiosity, invention, and thirst for knowledge: "I imagine," emphasizes this sign's sense of purpose & mission being bent toward discovery and growing mental awareness.
Gemini is named for the messenger god, Mercury who regulated currency, trade, and merchants, so the aim of this sign is to increase communication and information access.
Those who have the Gemini archetype in their birth charts will get a lot of pleasure from being able to move about freely and having many active outlets for their restless energy.
These folks love to chat, and they do well in groups, whether it's as instructors or speakers.