[ad#link]Pisces would rather spend time with his home entertainment system than choose a Gemini or Leo. The sign of retreat and seclusion is ruled by Neptune, planet of transcendence, and wants nothing more than to dissolve his ego boundaries and merge with divine consciousness. Or maybe he just wants to get high watching David Lynch movies.
Pisces loves film and photography, and has an appreciation for fashion. Who but Leo craves the attention of the camera, the allure of carrying the perfect handbag?
But unlike Pisces, Leo is all about ego. Ruled by the Sun, the center of the solar system, Leo wants to be adored and worshipped. She does not want to be behind the scenes — she wants to be the scene. All the fire of Leo, as well as her stubborn insistence on getting noticed, can be a drain on Pisces’ sensitive nature.
But is Gemini much better? Words, words, words … they just don’t do justice to the ineffable mysteries of super-consciousness — or a good bong hit. Pisces yearns to see beyond the superficialities of Gemini’s domain. Gemini has the advantage of being more flexible than Leo, able to drop a topic quickly and move on to the next. However, the airy quality of Gemini, the chattering headspace — once again, Pisces is so emotional and reclusive that Gemini’s mental meanderings can wear him out.
There’s no real winner here … assigning points, I’d put Gemini in the lead because at least Gemini and Pisces are both mutable signs. However, the angles Pisces makes to these signs — a square to Gemini and a quincunx to Leo — suggest inevitable conflict either way. Can’t you just find him a nice Water or Earth sign to love?
Comment below: Is it pointless trying to interest a Pisces man in Fire or Air signs?