WEFOUNDGemini: Gifted Education Manual for Individualizing Networks of Instruction


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The symbol for Gemini represents a double, but constant nature, the fusion and integration of opposites. The pictograph for Gemini resembles a simple drawing of the arms and shoulders, the parts of the body that come under Gemini. As the third sign of the zodiac, Gemini combines the “I find my center within myself” of the numeral one with the adaptability of number two. The result is a balanced yet versatile approach to life. Gemini represents the ability to hold two opposing views and to harmoniously synthesize apparently contradictory ideas.

Three’s most descriptive symbol is a triangle, representing symmetry and balance. The concept of unity inherent in Gemini and number three is alive and well in Hindu astrology, where Gemini is a united pair: man and woman. The concern for balance can manifest as a special interest in health and purity, a desire to act in harmony with nature. Gemini may grow its own food and pay special attention to a healthful and balanced diet. A healthful diet helps to unite the spiritual self and the earth and so aid mental and physical health.

The two principle stars of the constellation Gemini are the Castor and Pollux of Greek mythology. The legend of these famous twins helps to explain two basic characteristics of this sign: (1) there is a natural sensitivity and (2) Gemini can unify seemingly opposing concepts.

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The symbol for Gemini represents a double, but constant nature, the fusion and integration of opposites. The pictograph for Gemini resembles a simple drawing of the arms and shoulders, the parts of the body that come under Gemini. As the third sign of the zodiac, Gemini combines the “I find my center within myself” of the numeral one with the adaptability of number two. The result is a balanced yet versatile approach to life. Gemini represents the ability to hold two opposing views and to harmoniously synthesize apparently contradictory ideas.

Three’s most descriptive symbol is a triangle, representing symmetry and balance. The concept of unity inherent in Gemini and number three is alive and well in Hindu astrology, where Gemini is a united pair: man and woman. The concern for balance can manifest as a special interest in health and purity, a desire to act in harmony with nature. Gemini may grow its own food and pay special attention to a healthful and balanced diet. A healthful diet helps to unite the spiritual self and the earth and so aid mental and physical health.

The two principle stars of the constellation Gemini are the Castor and Pollux of Greek mythology. The legend of these famous twins helps to explain two basic characteristics of this sign: (1) there is a natural sensitivity and (2) Gemini can unify seemingly opposing concepts.

Mercury  in Gemini is the magician, juggling all it takes in, and often presenting that back to the world through writing, the arts, or music. They're lifelong learners and rarely bored since there are always new things to discover in life.

Mercury here may be called a dilettante because he promotes happy dabbling in many areas. This Mercury always has a new fascination to share but can prefer to skim the surface to plunging the depths of a topic.

Mercury has to do with your unique voice, your vantage point, and the way you make sense of things. Mercury Gemini is fluent, verbal, brainy, witty and able to see from many angles.