This quick-moving union blends Sun in Aquarius’ focus on the future with Moon in Gemini’s need for distraction. These two will move forward while keeping it light (heavy, emotional scenes will not be an issue). Each will have no problem avoiding the biggest threat to their partner’s long-term interest — boredom.
Sun in Aquarius has a certain way of approaching relationships. His way will not be like anyone else’s way, and may range from an “out there” lifestyle to one or two quirky habits. Whatever it is, it will be sacred. Sun in Aquarius’ partner should know that the quickest way to drive him away is to deny him his “thing.” His purpose in life is to be himself, no matter how far outside the rules that takes him. Beyond this tolerance for his individuality, a lover who keeps him guessing will probably cut a path straight to his heart. He’ll find it easiest to commit to another soul who colors outside the lines.
Moon in Gemini needs a home life that’s flexible. Her emotions can move rapidly across the spectrum, and she’s most comfortable with a partner who can keep up and supply her with new stimuli. Moon in Gemini loves talking about her feelings, as long as the discussion doesn’t get too heavy. A theoretical approach along the lines of “What if we did…” works best for her, with two or more options to choose from. This chatty Moon can find it difficult to stay focused on one issue, but she’ll always come back to a partner who piques her interest.
Sun in Aquarius will enjoy Gemini’s shifting moods and interests. She’ll find his odd habits fascinating, rather than being uncomfortable with his eccentricities. And she certainly won’t insist that he settle down to any kind of domestic routine. Moon in Gemini will feel reassured by Aquarius’ detached approach. As she flits from mood to mood, he’ll calmly observe the proceedings and offer suggestions. Together, they’ll be partners in an intellectual exploration, as they check out the next development on the fringes of society.