From The Alpha and the Omega - Insert Chapter Three
by Jim A. Cornwell, Copyright © 1995, all rights reserved
" Gemini (Star Chart) "
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Star Chart Gemini


   The constellation known as the Twins is on the meridian on February 20. It has been said to represent two stick figures, the Roman Numeral II, and a symbol of Sparta’s twin gods.

   Acts 28:11 "And after three months we departed in a ship of Alexandria, which had wintered in the isle, whose sign was Castor and Pollux." After leaving the island of Melita, Paul took a ship of Alexandria whose sign is the tenth sign of our zodiac. Castor and Pollux (Gr. Dioskyroi, sons of Zeus), sons of Zeus by Leda, one of his numerous mistresses. Castor was a horseman and Pollux an adept boxer. They were later put in the sky in the constellation know as "Gemini," "the Twins," and were considered as tutelary deities favorable to sailors as seen in Acts 28:11.

   It is a picture of two youthful figures seated side by side and at rest. The one on the left side has a club in his hand, but at repose, leaning against his shoulder. The other figure, on the right, has a harp in one hand and a bow and arrow in the other. A picture of those who have been mighty hunters or warriors, and are now seated in joyfulness. The Coptic had a name for this sign, ‘Pi Mahi’ means "The United" as in brotherhood. The Hebrew called the constellation Thaumin, The United. The divine and human nature of the mission of Christ. Unity (Heb. yahadh, unitedness, Gr. henotes, oneness). Used in the OT in the sense of togetherness of persons (Gen. 13:6), fellowship (Judg. 19:6), and praise (Psalm 34:3).

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Denderah Zodiac and modern Gemini
Arabic Lunar Mansion Names
Star Names of Gemini
Archon the Ruler
Arabic Lunar Mansion Names
continuation of the Star Names of Gemini

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