The bright stars Castor and Pollux aka Hercules and Apollo, and Triptolemus and Iasion.
Your sign is that of
witty Gemini, the
third sign of the zodiac,
the sign that is characterized by communication. Geminis are very
intellectual individuals, and are forever interested in broadening their
horizon - they are eternal students! Mercury, the planet of
communication, rules your sign, and makes you an articulate and versatile
person. You are outgoing and sociable, and due to your lively attitude,
you are the born entertainer. Clever and ingenious, you usually get what
you want with your charm and wit.
First of the three air
signs, you are a
As the most diverse and eloquent sign of the zodiac, you crave
mental stimulation above all.
Your curiosity, combined with your ability to synthesize information,
makes you the messenger of knowledge and information. As a Gemini, you
rule the third house, the sector of your chart that describes how you
perceive, process, and communicate facts. It also has to do with short
journeys, siblings, neighbors, and anything within arm's reach. Your sign
for keeping information flowing.
You are gifted in
adapting to situations
Of all the zodiac signs, you are the peacemaker and troubleshooter who
actively finds solutions to tricky situations.
Spiritual Learning, Likes and Dislikes,
Appearance and Traits
Spiritual Learning: To learn how to cooperate.
Likes and Dislikes
Appearance and Traits
Positive Characteristic Traits
Gemini is an adaptable
personality and, in general, a wiry, flexible physique. Gemini airy adaptability
to changing circumstances and different people is often so pronounced that your
personality and even physical appearance can seem startlingly diverse to
different people, and from one time to another. They say what they instinctively
know others want to hear. This adaptability can extend to conscious or
subconscious imitations of personality traits or the physical appearance of
those you admire.
A Gemini child is intellectual
and lives in the world of thoughts. Geminis are usually quick witted, clever,
and can express themselves in words very well.
Where Gemini is concerned,
that means that they can talk twice as fast, twice as much and come up with
enough new (and good) ideas to be considered the idea factory at any firm.
Possessed of a restless and quick mind, the Twins are constantly moving from one
project to the next, so an aide de camp is a good idea if they can keep up!
Geminis work well as an intermediary or go-between, since they love to talk. If
someone needs access, a Gemini is bound to provide it, as contacts are their
stock in trade. The context of these contacts is probably a fast-paced, social
whirl where they are being continuously challenged and stimulated. If things get
dull, Gemini will simply find a new field in which to play. The Twins are also
curious to a fault, something which can get them into trouble every now and
again (no mincing words for these folks!).
Typical Behavior and Abilities
Gemini as Employer
Gemini as Employee
A typical Gemini employee (male or female):
The workplace of a typical Gemini man or woman:
Gemini have a charming and
witty manner, with which they are able to talk their way into and out of all
manner of sexual situations. Actually, Gemini are really rather more interested
in talking about it than in actually doing it, if the truth be known. Gemini
loves to talk about it, so the way to the Geminis heart is through the head, for
their inclination is to express their emotions in words, filtering their
feelings through their intellect. Some call this shallow, but Gemini prefer to
call it intelligent and analytical, in your wide-ranging pursuit of
Gemini and Sex
When a typical Gemini makes
love it is often a drive to express all their pent up emotions at once. Geminis
will seek variety in love and enjoy surprises and plenty of light-hearted
romance. Geminis are often not interested in sex for its own sake; they want
more from a partner, even in a short relationship, such as companionship and
warmth. Love and sex belong together in the eyes of a Gemini. The most
erogenous zone of a typical Gemini is the mind. Talk excites, while silence
turns off the Gemini.
Gemini and Partner
The person who contemplates
becoming the marriage or business partner of a typical Gemini must realize that
Gemini has probably already had more than one partner and will not stay long
with a person who either clings or dominates. Given this, the person who
partners a Gemini can expect the talents of at least six people wrapped up in
the one Gemini.
Gemini Man As A Partner
He will want a partner who
will never attempt to dominate him, nor bore him with endless personal problems.
He will be drawn to either someone who will help him climb the professional or
social ladder, or a person who will stimulate him with bright ideas. Because he
loves to travel, he will be delighted by a partner who will travel with him --
or except his absences without question.
She will be attracted to a
person who can give her emotional security so that she can relax and enjoy
expressing her many talents and her "multipersonality". Often the partnership
will be short-lived because the restless Gemini nature always wants to be on the
move. Many partners fail to understand the need of the mercurial butterfly to
have a partner who will fly with her, helping find the peace she truly desires.
Sagittarius is the
complementary opposite sign to Gemini. From Sagittarius, Geminis can learn to
take a broader view of things and to give some structure to the mass of
information they collect -- and so eventually find the truth.
In general, Gemini likes a friend who is curious about the world and enjoys
lively, intelligent conversation. Geminis generally enjoy people who respond to,
or suggest, spontaneous activities. They will run to help you when you are in
need. A Gemini friend is full of life, often a Peter Pan, and always eager to be
off on a new adventure. They will keep friends amused with endless stories, bits
of information, or network gossip. However, in negative aspect, Gemini
never wants to miss a thing, and so may be inclined to be early or late for
meetings. Stretching or elaborating the truth is not uncommon; Geminis can
hardly resist adding extra spice to make it more interesting.
A compatibility chart, below, lists those with whom Gemini is likely to have the most satisfactory relationships.
Geminis are most compatible with Libra and Aquarius signs.
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Anne Frank (1929-1945) achieved
world fame after her death from typhus in March 1945 in the Nazi concentration
camp Bergen-Belsen through the publication of her diary in which she described
the lives of eight Jews in hiding in the city of Amsterdam between June 1942 and
August 1944. The Diary of Anne Frank is an exceptionally popular and well known
piece of writing. It has been translated into 67 languages and is especially
popular with young people.
Donald John Trump
An American real estate
developer, Donald John Trump (born 1946) became one of the best known and most
controversial businessmen of the 1980s and 1990s. After attending the Wharton
business school, he joined the family real estate business. A self-promoting and
flamboyant dealmaker, he was able to secure loans with minimal collateral in the
free-wheeling 1980s and created an empire in real estate, casinos, sports, and
transportation. By 1990, however, the effects of recession had left him unable
to meet loan payments. Although he shored up his businesses with additional
loans and postponed interest payments, mounting debt brought Trump to business
bankruptcy and the brink of personal bankruptcy. Banks and bondholders lost
hundreds of millions of dollars but opted to restructure his debt to avoid
risking losing even more in a court fight. By 1994, Trump had eliminated a huge
portion of his $900 million personal debt and reduced substantially his nearly
$3.5 billion in business debt. Forced to relinquish the Trump Shuttle (bought in
1989), he retained Trump Tower in New York City and control of his three casinos
in Atlantic City. In 1999, Trump toyed with running for president on the Reform
party ticket. Widely known as simply “the Donald,” Trump stars in his own
reality television show, which debuted in 2004.
Judy Garland (1922-1969) starred in films, musicals, and on the concert stage. A superstar who never lost her waif appeal, she is best remembered for her performance in The Wizard of Oz and for the song "Over the Rainbow." In June 1969, Judy Garland was found dead in her London apartment, the victim of an overdose of barbiturates.
Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson; June 1, 1926 – August 5, 1962), was a Golden Globe award winning American actress, model and sex symbol. She was known for her comedic skills and screen presence and became one of the most popular movie stars of the 1950s and early 1960s. At the later stages of her career, she worked toward serious roles with a measure of success. However, she faced disappointments in her career and personal life during her later years. The film actress Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962) epitomized the Hollywood sex symbol with her provocative clothes, champagne blond tresses, and breathless, whisper-voiced manner of speaking. Raised in orphanages and first married at 14, Monroe became a world-famous sex symbol and, after her death, a Hollywood legend. She was noted for her distinctively breathy singing style and seductive film roles. At first patronized by critics, she studied acting and won more challenging roles. Her suicide at age 36 only increased her mystique. Her films include Niagara (1952), The Seven-Year Itch (1955), Bus Stop (1956), Some Like It Hot (1959), and The Misfits (1960). Monroe's second husband was Joe DiMaggio and her third was Arthur Miller.
McCartney was born the son of a bandleader, and joined John Lennon's skiffle
group, The Quarrymen, in 1957. By 1962, when they were discovered and moulded by
promoter Brian Epstein, The Beatles had become a slick, innovative foursome. It
only took a year for them to become number-one best-selling artists and
worldwide superstars. Their 9th February 1964 American TV debut on the Ed
Sullivan Show caused a sensation, and their film collaborations with director
Richard Lester, A Hard Day's Night (1964) and Help! (1965), are quirky and
stylistically innovative. In 2001, he paid an emotional tribute to his late wife
Linda (who died of breast cancer in 1998) with the documentary Wingspan.
McCartney has also composed a handful of acclaimed classical pieces. In 2001, he
penned the end title theme for Cameron Crowe’s film Vanilla Sky. and the
composition earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. He
was knighted in 1997, and in 2002 he married model and disability spokesperson
Heather Mills whom he met four years earlier.
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John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy's 1963 assassination was one of the most shocking public events
of the 20th century. Kennedy served in the U.S. Navy during World War II,
commanding the patrol boat PT-109 and leading his crew to rescue after the boat
was sunk by the Japanese in the Solomon Islands. A Democrat, "JFK" was elected
to the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts' 11th district in 1946.
In 1952 he moved up to the U.S. Senate, defeating Henry Cabot Lodge. He married
Jacqueline Bouvier on 12 September 1953; they had two children, Caroline (b.
1957) and John Jr. (b. 1960). (A third child, Patrick, was born on 7 August 1963
and died two days later.) JFK was elected to replace President Dwight Eisenhower
in 1960 (narrowly defeating Eisenhower's vice-president, Richard Nixon); he
swept into office with a reputation for youthful charm, impatience, wit and
vigor. Kennedy's term was sometimes called the New Frontier, a phrase he coined
in his acceptance speech at the 1960 Democratic convention. Kennedy was shot to
death by sniper Lee Harvey Oswald during an open-car motorcade in Dallas, Texas
on 22 November 1963; two days later, Harvey was shot and killed by another man,
Jack Ruby. Kennedy was succeeded by Lyndon Johnson.
iAngelina Jolie is an
Oscar-winning actress known as much for her offscreen romances, adoptions and
political activism as for her movie roles. Jolie first made a small splash in
1998, playing doomed model Gia Marie Carangi in the HBO movie Gia. She played
the love interest in the offbeat air-traffic-controller drama Pushing Tin (1999,
with John Cusack), and a rookie cop in The Bone Collector (1999, with Denzel
Washington), but it was winning an Oscar for her supporting role as a troubled
mental patient in the 1999 Winona Ryder film Girl, Interrupted that made her a
big-time movie star. She sealed her international fame by playing the video game
heroine Lara Croft in Tomb Raider (2001) and Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life (2003).
Jolie's plush-lipped, brooding Gothic presence (and ample tattoos) made her a
hit with the younger generation early in her career, and her wild-life offscreen
antics made her a hit with the tabloids, especially while she was married to her
Pushing Tin co-star, Billy Bob Thornton (2000-2003). Since achieving A-list
stardom, Jolie has become famous for her charitable impulses: she was named a
goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees in
2001. She adopted a Cambodian boy, Maddox (in 2002), a daughter born in
Ethiopia, Zahara (in 2005), and a boy from Vietnam, Pax Thien (in 2007). She and
Brad Pitt starred in the action film Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2005, but whatever
excitement the movie generated was overshadowed by the real-life drama of Pitt
leaving Jennifer Aniston to move in with Jolie. Jolie's first child with Pitt, a
daughter named Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, was born on 27 May 2006 at a resort in
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