The Third House: the House of Communication
May 21st through June 21st
Gemini rules the collarbone, arms and hands, lungs, and the nervous system.
People born under Gemini may suffer from wrist problems, respiratory ailments,
and nervous conditions more often than people born under other Signs.
Yellow and Sky Blue
Gemini is opposite Sagittarius, the Sign
of Philosophy and Religion
Geminis often have a dual nature and are skilled at seeing both sides
of a problem, but they may also be fickle and restless. They are changeable
and sometimes noncommittal. They are more likely to be ambidextrous than
other Signs, and can be inconsistent. People born under Gemini may tend
to shift interests and seem scattered and high-strung. Their many interests,
however, makes them entertaining and stimulating conversationalists with
a carefree and unpredictable twist.
Gemini examines the world through intellect. They are fascinated with
gathering as much information as possible, and their ability to communicate,
both written and verbal, arises from this need. People born under Gemini
display great imagination and tend to be very expressive. They're bright,
quick-witted, and love to learn. Gemini often remain youthful and lighthearted
for their whole lives.
People born under the Twins are charming and congenial, and they often
have many friends and acquaintances in all areas of their lives. If they
aren't careful, they may appear to be scheming or gossipy. Their interest
in numerous subjects shows they are adaptable and curious, but they may
seem like they lack concentration or have difficulty making decisions.
Geminis who learn to focus and use their intellect in one area, instead
of fidgeting, tend to be very successful.
The great strength of the Gemini-born is in their intellectual and conversational
skills. They can analyse difficult ideas and communicate them clearly
Their many interests put them among the most fascinating characters of