Sign of Gemini
Marriage Culture
Double Blessing
Witness of the Eyes
Sun in Gemini
Star Gospel Nearby Constellations

Sign of Twins Gemini

Gemini, the Twins, symbolizes the corporate witness of the Marriage of Right Man and Right Woman, which began in the Garden and became the basic building block of society.  After the man was created to bear witness of the truth of God, the woman was added to verify the truth.  Thus, the concept of a witness was introduced in which two individuals authenticate the truth (Deut. 17:6; 19:15; Matt 18:16).  Witnesses may symbolize double blessing or cursing.  Examples of Gemini include two witnesses in court, two wives, brothers, sisters, and Ephraim and Manasseh, who received a double blessing.  Gemini is symbolized by the Tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh.

Marriage Culture

The precedent for Marriage Culture2 began in Garden when the Lord created the first two members of the human race as husband and wife (Gen 2:20-24).  After Adam sinned, the Lord instituted the Adamic Covenant (Gen 3:14-21), which promised a Savior, established the authority of the husband in Marriage, and established the wife as the child bearer for the family.  In the Fulness of Time, Jesus Christ as the Last Adam fulfilled the Adamic Covenant by going to the Cross and bearing the sins of the world (Rom 5:14-19; 1 Cor 15:22, 45-48; 1 Jn 2:2).

Gemini also symbolizes the challenge of two wives or two children.  God blesses the Right Woman and her children but curses the wrong woman and her children.  Examples include:


The witness of the twins may symbolize the challenger, as in the case of Jacob and Esau (Gen 25:22-34; 27:27-29, 35-36, 39-40).  Witnesses are used in the legal system where two or more witnesses must agree in order to establish truth  (Ex 20:16; Num 35:30; Deut. 17:6; 19:15; Matt 18:16).  This became the precedent for Church government (1 Tim 5:19).

In the Spiritual life, Christians are witnesses (Rom 8:16; 2 Cor 5:20; Heb 12:1).  God is a witness (Gen 31:50; Job 16:19-20; Jer 29:23; 42:5; Mic 1:2; Mal 2:14; 3:5; Rom 1:9; 1 Thess 2:5).  And there are witness for Jesus Christ.

The witnesses for Jesus Christ include:

  1. The Father (Matt 3:17, 17:5; Mark 1:11, 9:7; Luke 3:22, 9:35; John 5:31-32, 37; 8:18; Heb 2:4; 1 John 5:9)
  2. The Holy Spirit (Jn 15:26; Acts 5:31-32; 1 Jn 5:7-8)
  3. The scripture (Lk 24:27; Jn 5:39)
  4. Jesus Christ Himself (Jn 8:14; Rev 1:5; 3:14):  The Greek amen, which comes from the Hebrew and means true and binding, or truly, is used by Jesus in the Gospels, where it is translated, "Truly, truly."  Jesus uses amen ("Truly, truly") before his sayings in the Gospels to show that, as such, they are reliable and true, and that they are because Jesus Himself in His Amen acknowledges them to be His own sayings and thus makes them valid.  Jesus Christ is the Amen (Rev. 3:14).  He acknowledges and obediently responds to the will of God for Him and is thus, the reliable and true Witness of God.
  5. The Divine Good Production of Christ (Jn 5:36; 10:25, 38)
  6. John the Baptist (Jn 1:7-8, 15, 32; 5:33)
  7. Eye witnesses (Luk 1:2; Jn 11:42; 12:17; 2 Pet 1:16; 1 Jn 1:2)
  8. Disciples and Apostles (Lk 24:48; Jn 15:27; 19:35; 21:24; Acts 1:8; 26:16; 1 Pet 5:1; Rev 1:2)
  9. Believers (Rom 8:16; 2 Cor 5:20; Eph 6:20; Heb 12:1; 1 Jn 1:2; 4:14; 5:10; Rev 12:17)
  10. Two witnesses in Tribulation (Rev 11:3)
The woman's breasts are the witness of a virgin (a young woman of marriageable age) (Gen 49:25; Prov 5:18-20; SOS 4:5; 7:3; 8:8; Ezek 23:3, 8).

Double Blessing

Gemini also symbolizes the double blessing.  The sons of Joseph, Ephraim and Manasseh, received a double blessing from Jacob (Gen 48:8-9, 13-20).  Under the laws of primogeniture, the first-born son received a double portion of the inheritance (Gen 21:5-7; Deut 21:17).

Witness of the Eyes

Although the eyes symbolize grace (1 Sa 25:8), the two eyes in parallel are also the sign of a witness; hence, the term, "eye witness" (Prov 5:21; Jer 7:11; 16:17; Heb 4:13).  There is a difference between the eyes.

Sun in Gemini

The Sun in Gemini symbolizes the Marriage of the Lamb (Rev 19:7-8), a glorious marriage (Psa 45), and the Resurrection (Matt 17:2-3; Mk 9:2-4).

Star Gospel Nearby Constellations

Constellations around Gemini contribute to a fuller meaning in the Star Gospel.1   The nearby constellations portray two hunting dogs attacking the hare (prey).  They include Lepus, Canis Major, and Canis Minor.

    Lepus - the Hare - the Prey:

     Canis Major - Great Dog:     Canis Minor - Second Dog: Ruling planet - the Last Adam (Rom 5:14; 1 Cor 15:45).


Gemini can symbolize, depending upon the planet in the sign, Marriage, Marriage Culture, rules, and vows.  It can symbolize family, a husband, a helpmate, or a bloody bridegroom.  It can symbolize partnerships, witnesses, and the double blessing.



1.  "The Star Gospel," Larry Wood, January 16, 2008.
2.  "Marriage Culture," Larry Wood, September 4, 2002.

Released February 10, 2010 - Revised Sept. 30, 2011

Author: Larry Wood
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