Gemini – The Twins
- Thaumim (Hebrew) = united, twined
- Clusus, (Coptic) station of the coming
- Claustrum Hor (Egypt) “the place of him who cometh”
- Pi Mahi (Coptic) the united (as in brotherhood)
- Al Tauman (Arabic, Syriac) the twins, the pair
- Didumoi (Greek) Twins
- Gemini (Latin) Twins
Stars in Gemini
- Propus (Heb) – the branch (bough) spreading out
- Mebsuts (Heb) – treading under foot
- Wasat (Arabic) – set, appointed
- Al Giazâ – the palm branch
- Al Henah – hurt or wounded in the foot
- Al Dirâ – the seed, the branch
- Apollo – ruler or judge
- Castor – coming quickly
- Pollux – ruler or judge
- Hercules – who cometh to labour or suffer
- Al Henah – hurt, wounded
Hercules is shown bearing a branch and many other motifs contained in these Star signs keep surfacing. In some ancient signs systems Gemini is depicted as two kid goats or two dogs (Canis Major and Canis Minor). What astounds me in all of these signs is the consistency across the languages. The intricacy of the details match in multiple ways, so much so that it leaves me breathless.
Did those of you who have been following the Bible Gems notice something which connects between the Gems and the Nuggets? Did you notice the names of the two stars above, Castor and Pollux. Does it ring a bell for you? The name of the ship which took Paul from Malta to Puteoli was called Castor and Pollux The Twins (Acts 28:11) Oaths were often taken in the name of The Twins because it was thought to add a sense of utmost truth, covering the bases by naming the two gods – Gemini, the Twins.
Decans of Gemini
- The Hare – The Enemy
- Arnebo (Heb) – the enemy of him that cometh
- Arnebeth (Arabic) – the hare, the enemy of the one who comes
- Rakis – the bound
- Sugia – the deceiver
- Lepus – the hare, treading under foot
2. Sirius – The Prince
- Sirius (Heb) The Prince
- Aschere – who shall come
- Al Shira, Al Jemeniya – the Prince, or chief of the right hand
- Seir (Egyptian) the prince
- Abur (Heb) the mighty
- Al Habor (Arabic) the mighty
- Muliphen – the leader, the chief
3. Procyon – The Redeemer
- Procyon (Heb) the Redeemer
- Al Shemeliya (Arabic) the prince, the chief of the left hand
- Al Mirzam – the prince, ruler
- Al Gomeyra – the one who completes of perfects
- Al Gomeisa – the burdened, bearing the burden for others
One Christian interpretation is that Gemini includes both the union of Christ and His church but there is also a link to the dual nature of Christians, as in the case of Pisces, the one looking heavenward and the one bound to the earth. The notion in the second being that there will be two types of Christians saved, those whole-heartedly committed to Christ and those who arrive in heaven by the skin of their teeth with the smell of fire upon them.
Rather than do what I have done in the other Mazzaroth signs and give you a range of verses contained the ideas expressed in the stars signs, I will give you one block of text expressed as one of the interpretations of Gemini from 1 Corinthians 3:9-15:
For we are God’s co-workers. You are God’s farmland and God’s building.As an expert builder using the grace that God gave me, I laid the foundation, and someone else is building on it. But each person must be careful how he builds on it. After all, no one can lay any other foundation than the one that is already laid, and that is Jesus the Messiah.Whether a person builds on this foundation with gold, silver, expensive stones, wood, hay, or straw, the workmanship of each person will become evident, for the day of judgment will show what it is, because it will be revealed with fire, and the fire will test the quality of each person’s action. If what a person has built on the foundation survives, he will receive a reward. If his work is burned up, he will suffer loss. However, he himself will be saved, but it will be like going through fire.1 Corinthians 3:9-15
Ultimately whichever of these two interpretations is in focus, all of us who love the Lord and are redeemed by His blood will participate in the Marriage Feast of Lamb in Heaven.
Some of you have asked why I keep calling these star signs Mazzaroth and not the Zodiac? Firstly, because Mazzaroth is the name given in Hebrew for the twelve constellations chosen on elliptical course of the earth around the sun along with their 36 associated decans. Secondly, because of the connotation attached to the Greek term, Zodiac.
We have two star signs left: Cancer and Leo. We will look into the constellation of Cancer next Nugget.