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1 Gemini: Two Ionic columns adorned with globes--a burst of flame issuing out of clouds behind.
Denotes a double-natured, cultured, and gifted person who gains reputation through his acts. He has great mental energy and will, combined with an impetuosity which directs to good or evil results. His over hastiness may lead him to mistakes which incur displeasure and court danger. It is a symbol of Animation.

2 Gemini: A military officer seated on a heap of arms studying a map which he holds in his hands.
Denotes one of much discrimination and capacity for study, with ability to lead and direct others. His movements are guided by knowledge and molded by study. Danger seems to have a fascination for him; for, conscious of his own ability to surmount difficulties, he has little fear even in the midst of strife. It is a symbol of Unraveling.

3 Gemini: A composer standing before a large organ, with a scroll of music in his hand.
Denotes one who will serve and elevate the public and who will be a master in his own particular work. Gifted with intense idealism and the true understanding of values in his special sphere, he will gain recognition and honors in life. It is a symbol of Elegance.

4 Gemini: A human face, the expression calm and serene, a silvery triangle pointing upwards below, a dark square above.
Denotes one of spirituality and kindness who meets with trials and who is pressed under the rough heel of materialism and the greed of the world. Even so, the serene aura will flow from him as water down a mountain slope, cultivating those who come near. The conscience is strong, and be loathes evil and unworthy actions. This is a peculiar degree, and certain horoscopes will force an entirely opposite interpretation. It is a symbol of Transcendentalism.

5 Gemini: Little children playing near an old wrecked ship on the seashore.
Denotes one of gentle and romantic nature who will have many difficulties and troubles, reverses, and hopes destroyed, but who strives in the face of it all, unable to sink into baseness to gain worldly comforts. Later in life the native will have a period of pleasantness, and he passes from earth away from the busy cities of the world. It is a symbol of Concord.

6 Gemini: An analytical chemist holding up to the light a test-tube in which is a dull green liquid.
Denotes one of scientific and cautious mind, fond of experiment and research. Whether recognized by authority or not, this native never leaves his work unfinished, nor will he depart from this planet without adding rays for the progressive enlightenment of its peoples. It is a symbol of Research.

7 Gemini: A white ship with sails set on a peaceful ocean, over which the full moon is throwing a silvery light.
Denotes one of a serenely peaceful temperament, gifted with a fine imagination and creative endowment. His influence is soothing, no matter where he may be, and many are attracted to him. Generally his undertakings are successful, and he may travel much. It is a symbol of Calmness.

8 Gemini: A winged horse in mid-air with the Sun above its head.
Denotes an ambitious person of proud, aspiring nature, who seeks to rise, and who desires honor and reputation. The native has a good grip of human nature, its virtues, and its weaknesses. and he may find a position in some branch of the public service or in the service of his country. It is a symbol of Elevation.

9 Gemini: A hand holding a document on which is a crown and royal seal.
Denotes a judge, magistrate, or one who attains dignity and rank, and who will be entrusted with work of delicacy and responsibility. He will enjoy much favor and many advantages during a life of more than average span. It is a symbol of Jurisdiction.

10 Gemini: A hospital nurse whose face expresses sympathy and sacrifice, tending a sick man.
Denotes one of sweetness, charity, and worth, who would sacrifice self and self's desires to aid the suffering and unfortunate. Happy and cheerful in the midst of the deepest darkness, this one will be to our race a blessing and an honor. It is a symbol of Cherishing.

11 Gemini: Interior of a stock exchange, a number of men shouting, jostling each other, & holding up papers.
Denotes one of speculative tendency who endures pain for the chance of gain, and who has much fighting and anxiety in the pursuit. He may find that, after all, the "game" is not worth while, and that the energy expended could be more profitably employed in more useful work. It is a symbol of Hazard.

12 Gemini: An accountant puzzling over a ledger, which he is struggling to balance.
Denotes one of mathematical mind who is apt to consider the various questions which arise in everyday life, and to accept nothing without strict examination and thought. He may often be considered stubborn and unyielding, but no one will more readily agree to the truth or falsity of a matter when clear evidence makes it possible for him to do so. It is a symbol of Exactness.

13 Gemini: Two men playing at cards, a man standing behind one player making signs to his opponent.
Denotes one exposed to treachery and deceit who will incline to place too much reliance on those unworthy of his confidence. Care in the choice of friends should be his constant charge, nor should he indulge in ventures of a risky nature at the suggestion of any one, nor put himself in the power of any man. It is a symbol of Deceit.

14 Gemini: A man in a forest handing to another an open box full of jewels which he has just stolen form an adjacent castle.
Denotes one who will be called upon to suffer from the acts of others with whom he is or has been associated. Through taking big risks he may succeed in gaining wealth, but he will be the victim of his own thoughts and the acts of his associates. It is a symbol of Entanglement.

15 Gemini: A wounded soldier drawing an arrow from his arm. A dog is howling near-by.
Denotes one of martial and impulsive nature who is liable to suffer from his restless temperament. His imagination is prolific, but apt to run into wrong grooves and useless pathways. To such, self-restraint and mental training is necessary, and a determination to employ his martial powers for high achievements. It is a symbol of Restlessness.

16 Gemini: A sword lying shattered before a cross of stone.
Denotes one who upholds the doctrine of sacrifice and faith above the boasted influence of force, and who will be enabled or fated to prove of himself that aggression shatters itself, whilst true faith rests unbroken and immovable. It is a symbol of Spiritual Victory.

17 Gemini: A blind giant in full armour hitting out wildly with a huge battle-axe at nothing.
Denotes one who overestimates his power and who rushes into quarrels from which no good can be obtained. After trouble and waste of energy he may find to his chagrin that he has gained nothing by his adventures but the reward of folly. It is a symbol of Blundering.

18 Gemini: An eagle wounded in flight swoops to a mountain ridge, where a brood of young ones rise from the drops of blood.
Denotes one of great bravery who, feeling himself unconquerable, becomes a mark for the attacks of his enemies, who, thinking to smite him at the point of his weakness, raise about themselves the power which arises from his pain. It is a symbol of Invulnerability.

19 Gemini: A mountaineer, climbing in the darkness in a violent storm which has blown away his cloak and hat, saved from falling down a precipice by a flash of lightning.
Denotes one whose vocation is one of danger and technique and who is compelled to labor under most uncomfortable conditions. He will be forced to surrender much, and will often find himself in extremely difficult positions. Eventually he will be enabled to recover himself, and be saved from disaster by a miracle of fortunate happenings. It is a symbol of Interposition.

20 Gemini: A drunken reveler holding a skull in his hands.
Denotes one who is prone to take a fatalistic view of life and to play with it as a cat plays with a mouse. He may perform acts which will cause him suffering and sorrow, and seek to stifle memories in indulgence. Let him transmute himself, and turn his thoughts to the real, fine, and true, and so realize the philosophic power of Saturn when contained in Mercury. It is a symbol of Menace.

21 Gemini: An old man in a graveyard, standing under a cypress-tree, watching a form rising from a tomb.
Denotes one who will be addicted to spiritual phenomena and who will indulge in experiments from which most people would turn away in fear. He will later study closely the higher branches of occult philosophy, for which his peculiar power is well fitted. It is a symbol of Occultism.

22 Gemini: A heap of stones over which ivy is growing.
Denotes one who clings to others for business and advantage, and who will be careful, saving, and given to the accumulation of the riches of the world. He will recognize those useful for his purpose, and recognizing them will secure them. The symbol is not without its danger and its threatening. It is a symbol of Clinging.

23 Gemini: A triangular-shaped hill. On one side the sun is shining on pleasant paths and beautiful foliage--the other side is dark and gloomy.
Denotes one who should make the most of his first half of life, when fortune will favor him, and when the happiest and most useful thoughts will reign supreme. The latter part of life promises nothing. It is a path of a peculiar and mysterious nature, and must be approached with caution. He will possess a love of refinement, especially early in life. It is a symbol of Trial.

24 Gemini: A beautiful woman giving bread to a crowd of starving people. From behind her, showing dimly through a haze of white light, is a high Intelligence placing a crown of a bright strange metal on her head.
Denotes one who accounts charity the highest of the virtues-charity of soul, charity of thought, and charity of action. When a generous act is performed, when charity is given to the opinions of others, and in relieving the sufferings of others, when there is unselfishness in act and judgment, the mystic crown bathed in holy light is on the head. It is a symbol of Glory.

25 Gemini: A hand issuing from the heavens holding a great scroll on which is shining a pentagram.
Denotes one of considerable occult force who has a mission to perform and must do what he is destined to do, no matter how strongly he may be opposed. It will be useless for the native to allow himself to be drawn into the world's gambling and money schemes or towards the lower elements of material life. It is a symbol of Etherealism.

26 Gemini: A broken trident falling into the sea.
Denotes one who will be compelled to face Uncertain and unsettled conditions. Speculations are fatal to him, and should be avoided. He must exercise care in speech and action, and must not be misled by appearances. It is a symbol of Allurement.

27 Gemini: A man seated at a table, gloomily looking at a violin with broken strings before him.
Denotes one of unsettled firmness who allows the remediable ills in life to affect him. He gives way to worry, anxiety, and gloom without any real cause, for the solution is always at hand if he thinks a little-generally it is in himself. Let him exercise his will, and bring into action his fine understanding. Then will even an instrument with broken strings yield music. It is a symbol of Surrender.

28 Gemini: A number of workmen building a railway track through barren country.
Denotes one who through industry and prudence finds ways to aid himself over the greatest difficulties, and in aiding himself he confers lasting benefits on others. He approaches problems with determination and an understanding mind, and grapples until he firmly masters then. It is a symbol of Indefatigableness.

29 Gemini: A child blowing a steel glove from a cube of stone.
Denotes one of simplicity of character, gifted with magnetic fire and knowledge of the power of invisible forces. Against him aggression will avail nothing, and the aggressor will find that he himself is conquered. It is a symbol of Seership.

30 Gemini: A maiden bound to a stake smiling at an angel. Near-by lie three dead bats.
Denotes one who is forced by fate to meet many obstacles, dangers, and deceptions, and whose scope of action is limited and held within bounds. The life is a peculiar one, full of threatenings, dangers, strange feelings, incidents, and uncommon action. It is a symbol of Stumbling.

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