Pair the intuitive abilities of a Pisces Sun with the communicative instincts of a Gemini Moon and you get a Sun/Moon pairing that’s adaptable, flexible, versatile and likely to be something of a savant when it comes to languages, both spoken and symbolic. At its best this pairing can reflect what is going on at unseen layers (Pisces) by connecting, collating, and cross-pollinating (Gemini) information from a variety of realms all while remaining opaque, obfuscated or totally obscured if it so wishes. To illustrate: using its premier date as its date of birth the 1972 movie Solaris is a Pisces Sun, Gemini Moon. (Chart) In the film a psychologist is dispatched to a remote space station to investigate why the crew have all gone insane. It turns out that the oceanic planet the station is orbiting is a sentient entity capable of manipulating, mimicking, and mirroring the crew’s hopes, dreams, loves, and fears back at them:
Pisces is associated with diffusive invisibility while Gemini is associated with multiple identities. The combination can thus ply its trade while remaining opaque, obfuscated, obscured or even disguised as something innocuous, similar to what a chameleon does. In the old days it made for a great witch (or warlock). In the modern day it makes for a great computer hacker. William Gibson, the writer who coined the phrase “cyberspace” in his 1984 novel Neuromancer, is a representative Pisces/Gemini. (Chart) His novels typically feature computer hackers, renegade CIA agents, ubiquitous surveillance systems, and other techno-occult themes.
Debra Jean Palfrey, aka “The D.C. Madam”, is a Pisces Sun, Gemini Moon whose life story reads like the bio of a character out of one of Gibson’s novels. (Chart) According to Wayne Madsen, a former NSA contractor turned investigative journalist, Palfrey’s Washington D.C. call girl operation was actually a giant “Spook (Pisces) Loop (Gemini)” utilized by the CIA for purposes of blackmail, espionage, and other chameleon like activities. (Source) In April of 2008 Palfrey gave a radio interview in which she let everybody know she was absolutely, positively in no way suicidal. A month later she was found dead by way of suicide. More than a few commentators have quested whether she committed suicide or had suicide committed against her.
Pisces/Gemini films will often touch on the similar themes to those explored in Gibson’s novels. To illustrate: Using its premier date as its date of birth the 2011 film Source Code is also a Pisces Sun, Gemini Moon. (Chart) The “psychic” entity in Source Code is not a sentient planet but a sophisticated computer system that enables whoever’s plugged into it to experience life through the eyes of another person. Jefferson Anderson says the Pisces/Gemini pairing is actually “several clever individuals” inside of one who is “willing to play any part” to accomplish their objectives. (Source) In effect, that’s exactly what the computer system in Source Code allows the person plugged into it to do. Technology like that may (or may not?) be the domain of science fiction but the textbook Pisces/Gemini will be a natural at sensing the energy in their environment. Sometimes they’ll be so good at absorbing impressions they might not know whether their thoughts are their own or those of somebody else, a phenomenon that the protagonist in Source Code struggles with:
Paranoid Pisces is the sign most likely to have an unlisted phone number. Multifaceted Gemini is the sign most likely to have ten cell phones, each forwarding you to another cell phone (or two). The Pisces/Gemini combination is thus very difficult to track down – and for good reason. To illustrate: using the date it was filed as its date of birth, the Pentagon’s “Operation Northwoods” is a Pisces Sun, Gemini Moon. (Chart) If you haven’t heard of Northwoods before, it’s a 1962 plan by the Pentagon to stage terrorist attacks against the American as a pretext for an invasion of Cuba. Part of the operation including hijacking commercial airliners full of passengers. Northwoods was approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff but outright rejected by President Kennedy when it was presented to him. Declassified in 2001, ABC News first brought it to the public’s attention just a few months before 9/11 when reviewing James Bamford’s book Body of Secrets. (Source) You can read the document in its entirety here.
There are all sorts of wonderful things about the Pisces/Gemini pairing but one of its primary liabilities according to astrologers Suzi and Charles Harvey is a tendency “to live according to an ever changing relative morality.” (Source) If a Pentagon plan to stage terror attacks against the American people in order to gain support for an illegal war doesn’t count as a chilling example of “relative morality” I’m not sure what does.
Former Prime Minister of Britain James Harold Wilson is a Pisces Sun, Gemini Moon. (Chart) During his four terms in office Wilson was the target of a number of actual clandestine operations, each of which was nearly as devious as the plans laid out in Operation Northwoods. At one point Wilson was the target of a planned coup to oust his administration in favor of an unconstitutional “emergency government” spearheaded by various right wing business magnates. (Source) Pisces/Gemini can be very quick on its feet, with the ability to perceive the multiple, parallel layers of a situation. These are the exact traits it takes to successfully stage false flag operations but also the traits necessary to stay one step ahead of them.
About the Author: Matthew David Savinar is a California licensed attorney (State Bar #228957), voluntarily inactive as of June 2013. He can be reached for questions, comments, or astrological consults at his contact page.
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