Gemini and a locked up Sagittarius

[ad#link]If you’ve got a Sag man behind bars, then his need for freedom takes on a different flavor. Perhaps you have started a correspondence, and want to know if a relationship is possible. Or you lost him to the law, and want to know if the romance will last.

A locked up Sag is likely to find religion or earn a degree. He’s got time on his hands and nowhere to go, so he may study Christian or Islamic texts, and come to feel remorse for his earlier transgressions — and not just because he got caught. He may study law to appeal his case or help out other inmates. The life of the mind is his only avenue for exploration, so he will do whatever he can to make the time go by while acquiring useful knowledge.

As a Gemini, you can support him. A woman of words, you may not always be interested in the big questions, but you can provide him with books, and enliven your correspondence like no other sign can. Your writing serves as a lifeline to a man who feels isolated. A Sag behind bars is a recipe for depression, and the only antidote is faith. You may need to use your curiosity about his interests to get him inspired to keep going.

Remember: He can’t bolt if he feels you’re hemming him in, but he doesn’t have to respond to your letters or see you at visiting hours. But hey, you’re a Gemini, so you’re not likely to place demands on him, anyway.

Comment below: What other ways can a Sag be “locked up”?

About Jeffrey Kishner

Jeffrey Kishner is founder and publisher of Sasstrology. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has been doing astrological counseling since 2001. Jeffrey has been published in print magazines including The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, and has written online for sites including AOL, Tarot.com and StarIQ. Jeffrey has also been heavily involved in the astrology blogger community. Read his personal blog at JeffreyKishner.com.

Comments

  1. SagRising says:

    No art if he’s artistic, no communication if chatty, no excersize if needs to run, emotionally isolated.. so many ways to incarcerate a sag. Freedom to express whatever need they have is so important.

    Son is sag moon, you can trap him if you ask too many questions.

  2. My Sag is joining the Navy and will be a chef on a submarine for at least 6 months at a time. I’m gonna miss him dearly for he is the love of my life.

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