The Sun Sign of Gemini
21st May - 21st June
Geminis are known for their dual personalities. Bright, witty, adaptable. Very little troubles a Gemini.
Geminis biggest faults are inconsistency and superficiality.
Gemini THE TWINS is the sign of the storyteller, the communicator
Geminis are widely known for their dual personalities and ability to change mood from moment to moment. Although they hate to be tied down, they make lively, entertaining and romantic partners, even if they can be rather fickle if bored or unhappy.
Natural communicators, Geminis do not suffer fools gladly; so once they are attracted to people, they have to ensure that they are not dull or mundane. They will no doubt spend ages chatting to them about every subject under the sun, just to keep feeding that ever active and inquisitive mind.
What degree is your Sun Sign? Find the degree of your Sun Sign and Moon Sign on your Free Natal Birth Chart
These are the Fixed Stars Influence on you...
- 0°.....Degree of draftsmanship (also 1° and 2°).
- 2°.....An ambassadorial degree.
- 3°.....Exaltation of Moon's North Node: a point of spiritual illumination. Cusp of Sixth Lunar Mansion: a critical degree.
- 4°.....Degree of aviation; of mental stability.
- 4°41' 5° 44'S (4) First of the Hyades, Gamma Tauri (Saturn Mercury - Mercury Mars) Contradiction of fortunes; injuries to the head by instruments; impaired eyesight.
- 5°.....Degree of quiet fortunes.
- 5°8'...Mars-Uranus conj.: January 16, 1944.
- 6°.....A degree of brilliant intellectuality; of expression in language.
- 7°.....Degree of cantankerous irritability.
- 8°.....Ascendant and Uranus in U.S. horoscope.
- 8°40' 5° 28'S (i) Aldebaran, Alpha Tauri. The Watcher of the East; the Bull's Eye. A red star, the brightest of the Hyades, a group of seven stars called "Weepers" because when they rise or set heliacally they were anciently supposed to bring rain. The Sun conjoins them during the latter days of May and the beginning of June. (Mars - Mercury Mars Jupiter) Said to have ruler ship over hands and fingers, and when afflicted to be conducive to pneumonia. In conjunction with Mars or Saturn, or either luminary, it was said by the older astrologers to presage a violent death. It is rendered increasingly malefic by the opposition of Antares in 8°39' Sagittarius.
- 9°.....Degree of homicide; elevation through partnership or marriage.
- 10°....A Fortunate degree.
- 12°....A degree of hope realized.
- 13°....Degree of accidents to wheeled vehicles; of imitation and acting.
- 13° 43'Uranus North Node.
- 14°....Degree of dumbness from impaired speech organs.
- 15°....Inheritor of a home.
- 15°43' 31° 8'S (1) Rigel, Beta Orionis. Orion's left foot. (Jupiter Mars) Preferment, riches, great and lasting honors. If culminating: great military or ecclesiastical preferment.
- 16°....Cusp of Seventh Lunar Mansion; a critical degree. A degree of sleep and trance.
- 16°11'.Venus North Node.
- 16°20'.Mars-Jupiter conj.: April 3, 1942.
- 16°53'.Mars-Uranus conj.: August 17, 1945.
- 17°....A degree of homicide.
- 19°50' 16° 50' S (2) Bellatrix, Gamma Orionis. (Mars Mercury) Said to confer military and other honors that end in disaster. Conjoining Sun or Moon, blindness. If culminating: a forger or swindler.
- 19°54'.Mars-Saturn conj.: March 7, 1944.
- 20°44' 22° 55'N (1) Capella, Alpha Aurigae; Hircus, the Goat. (Mars Mercury) When culminating: said to confer martial or ecclesiastical honors and riches, attended by waste and dissipation. It is too far north to conjunct Sun or Moon, or to rise or set.
- 21°16' 23° 37'S (2) Mintaka, Delta Orionis. Slightly variable double star, brilliant white and pale violet, in Orion's belt. (Saturn Mercury - Mercury Saturn Jupiter) Good fortune.
- 21°27' 5° 23'N (2) El Nath, Beta Tauri. (Mars) Eminence.
- 21°55' 28° 42'S (Neb) Ensis, 42m Orionis. (Mars Moon) Blindness or defective sight; illness; violent death.
- 22°....Degree of Literature.
- 22°22' 24° 32'S (2) Alnilam, Epsilon Orionis. Bright white star in the center of Orion's belt. (Jupiter Saturn - Mercury Saturn) Confers fleeting public honors. The three stars in Orion's belt, when in the Midheaven of a nativity are said to confer signal honors.
- 23°....Faith: a military degree; also affecting the spine.
- 23°40' 2° 12' S (3) Al Hecka, Zeta Tauri. (Mars - Mercury Saturn) Violence, malevolence, accidents.
- 25°....Degree of neurasthenia.
- 27°27' 66° 5N (2) Polaris, Alpha Ursae Minoris. A topaz-yellow and pale white double star, in the tail of the Little Bear, and marking the celestial pole. It is now 1°14' distant from North Pole, but in 2095 it will reach the nearest distance, 26'30". The pole has been successively marked by Alpha Lyrae (Wega), c. 12,200 B.C.; Tau Draconis, c. 4500 B.C.; and Alpha Draconis, c. 2700 B.C. It will be marked by Gamma Cepheis, c. 4500 A.D., Alpha Cephei, c. 7500 A.D.; Delta Cygni, c. 11,300 A.D.; and again Wega, c. 13,500 A.D. (Saturn Venus) Sickness and affliction; legacies attended by evil effects.
- 27°38' 16° 2'S (1) Betelgeuze, Alpha Orionis. Irregularly variable orange star in right shoulder of Orion. (Mars Mercury - Mercury Saturn Jupiter) When in opposition, said to cause accidents; but in conjunction, to bring honors. A military star.
- 28°....Degree of tuberculosis of lungs.
- 28°48' 21 ° 30'N (2) Menkalinan, beta Aurigae. (Mars Mercury) Ruin, disgrace.
- 29°....Degree of imitation and acting.