Gemini’s get a lot of heat for being rabidly two faced chaotic beings, but their’s more to the sign of the twins than twitter’s rapid fire on Gemini’s eccentric ways.
2020 already has been like an episode of Robot Chicken endlessly flitting from one bizarre sketch to the next. A week into Gemini season, and several flavors of chaos have erupted. Very on brand with the stereotypes that Gemini faces, (pun intended). Gemini season started on a nobel note with some iconic birthdays include André 3000, as well as Supermodel legend Naomi Campbell celebrating her 50th birthday. Days later the entire country has been plunged to another striking climax in human history regarding the murder of George Floyd and the subsequent protests that ensued in Minnesota.
The changing mood and tempo of life so far invokes the exact varied energy Gemini’s exude. The previous sign Taurus is all about earthy,cozy, sensual groundedness, and Gemini lifts us into a bubbly energetic atmosphere. Taurus season started the mark of quarantine, and social Gemini arrived in time for our quarantine recess break. Like Virgo, Gemini is ruled by mercury, the planet of communication, and that invites in bright conversation and new ideas. Gemini is the first air sign of the zodiac, and although intellectually stimulating can be as restless and unpredictable as 2020 herself.
The twins are the symbol that represent Gemini. Instead of being two halves that create a complete whole, the twins are fully developed and contrasting, giving Geminis the powers of adaptability. Gemini energy is like a Swiss Army knife. They can be whatever whenever, if they so choose. They’re full of surprises, just like Minnesota whose residents proudly showed they’re so much more than the quiet cornfields and cows people assumed occupied the state. This shapeshifting power of Gemini is often misinterpreted as fakeness. As an air sign, they can be prone to superficiality, but reveal depth when the Rubix cube they call a brain is turned in the right direction. Gemini season is perfect for sharing ideas and connecting with others to sharpen your perspective. For acting listening and loud expression. A sign fitting for the times.
This article was written by Anissa Ocansey