Are Geminis the liars of the zodiac? (Where else do we get the term “two-faced”?) Pisces is the sign of deception, but Gemini is ruled by Mercury, the god who invented lying. Gemini is a mutable sign, and can be slippery with words. He is a master mimic, adept at adapting. When I think of Gemini, I think of Sydney Bristow from Alias, the sexy spy who donned eight different costumes each episode. This is an agent who spoke something like 148 languages! Sydney’s deceit was always for a purpose, not out of defensiveness. Mercury is rather utilitarian, doing what he has to do to get what he wants. He’s not a terribly moral god.
Yes, Gemini may not value honesty. His sign is opposite Sagittarius, which can be a little too blunt with the truth. (For “truthiness,” see Moon-in-Gemini Stephen Colbert.) He lies when he needs to, and may not even feel any guilt about it.
So how do you make a Gemini man tell the truth?
- Pin him down. Make him define the words he uses. (“Sexual relations,” for instance, is a famous example.)
- Try to get behind the lie to see what his endgame is. Is he just trying to get away with an affair? Or is his deceit a necessarily evil in his efforts to get intel for the NSA?
And keep in mind:
- With Aquarius in his solar 9th house, an objective truth guides him … one that is truly beyond the realm of intimate relationships. Maybe he thinks that a little lie to his lady is nothing, if his deceit benefits humanity.
- Cancer is in Gemini’s solar 2nd house. Your Gemini man values home, family and security. Remember Sydney Bristow? Half the time she was lying, it was to protect the ones she loved.
OK … I’m not saying your Gemini man really is a spy, who’s being deceitful to protect you from Arvin Sloane, Sidney’s boss who had her boyfriend killed after she told him she worked for the CIA. Maybe your Gemini man is just an affair-having sleazeball. Geminis do like things in twos, after all.
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