Gemini Week: 11-17 February 2019
The last thing anybody expected with your group has happened – more than once – in the last decade. Actually, if you are typical of your sign you have more than one circle around you. These clusters or communities of friends and fellow travellers have been at the centre of around ten years of quite radical changes. The last thing you or anybody else expected to happen, has happened. Now, we find you dealing with another potential revolution (or should that be capital R for Revolution, like The Beatles’ song?) You’re in a cycle, midweek, when you either find independence, space and freedom by breaking away from a group – or by using it for leverage, so that you achieve more oxygen, by going more deeply inside it. Particular friends now are people you either need to leave behind, in order to feel free, or move swiftly towards, because they are game-changers who can help you break away. The only real issue here is how it is all done. Mars is next to Uranus midweek and this is a symbol of battle, skirmish and war. You really need to judge what is worth a fight and what is not. I sometimes see astrology students intimidated by Mars. This isn’t necessary. There is no rule that says you have to engage. However, that fierce, fast and furious feeling has to go somewhere, so you can allow others to go away and cool off or allow yourself a physical outlet. Very fast walking is good. If you’re already a gym bunny, try that. Yet, at the end of the day, the heat subsides and all that remains is the independence. Gemini, this whole story about the group/groups/friendship goes on for about another 20 years so you might say it’s a defining chapter. This is just a paragraph, but you need to write it correctly, to help the future.
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