Romulus and Remus are the twin sons of the war god Ares.

Remus is the good brother because he does acceptable things.  Romulus is the bad brother because he doesn’t.

Together, Romulus and Remus accomplish many great things including founding the city of Rome.  But they quarrelled constantly about who should be in charge.  One day Remus kills Romulus in self-defence.

Such is the fate of Gemini.  He is always juggling himself and and his shadow.  He needs to learn that like Romulus and Remus, they are t flips sides of the same coin.

Psychology tells us we each have a shadow, wherein all things dark and unacceptable about us resides.

But this is doubly important for Gemini.   Reconciliation of his dark and light sides is his life’s work.  As the story of Romulus and Remus informs us, two heads are better than one.  Go for it Gemini – you can be both good and bad at the same time.

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