- Castor and Pollux are bright stars located in the Constellation Gemini. They’re named after twin half-brothers in mythology.
- They shared the same mother, and were the son of kings, but each had a different father. Castor was the mortal son of Tyndareus, King of Sparta, while Pollux was the divine son of Zeus, King of the Gods.
- When his brother Castor was mortally wounded, Pollux chose to give half of his immortality to his brother. This allowed the Twins to alternate between Olympus and Hades, representing the eternal cycle between life, death and rebirth.
- You’re standing at the doorway between an end and a new beginning. Are you ready to take the next step?
- Sailors regarded the Gemini Twins as a protective force and connected them to St. Elmo’s Fire.
- St. Elmo’s Fire is a blue glowing plasma seen during thunderstorms.
- Lightning is part of the imagery in The Tower and this suggests a storm or cognitive “sea change” is underway.
- Change is happening. Either be an agent of change, or be moved by it.
- Castor and Pollux show us that sharing resources can lead to a favorable outcome. Share if you can. Ask for help if you need to.
- Don’t compare or pit people against each other (and fight back if others try to do the same). In families, avoid comparing children to one another (e.g., “If you could only be more like…”). This is conditional love, and it does far more harm than good.
- Release your own inner biases and push through or expose external biases.
- Stand up to all the -isms and -phobias (sexism, racism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, etc.).
- Be creative and show your skills and potential. Find ways to ensure that the right people see what you have to offer.
- Authors often use nom de plumes or initials to combat preconceived notions or biases. Let your work speak for itself.
- I see a transition between two homes or two places of work. Give yourself time to nest or settle in.
- Rain was ever-present in my dreams and visions. Now is a time for release, catharsis and purification.
- Fix leaky roofs or plumbing before they get worse.
- Just because you can go back to an old job or relationship, it doesn’t mean you should.
- Set parameters and expectations (ground rules) for new and old contracts.
- What worked before, may not work now. Like computers, sometimes you have to upgrade and innovate!
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