The Gemini Man is like the astrological version of one of those particles that does nothing that the particle physicists expect it to do. He is a quantum anomaly and the bane of people with rational relationship expectations.
If you’re one of those people, you may find this succinct mating and dating protocol helpful.
# They’re “Always” The Normal One
Specializing in eloquent explanations for more or less anything, their weirdness is under the radar. The less socially accomplished Aquarians and Saggos cop all the flack for strange behaviour. Regardless of whatever fuqery they pulled, years later your friends/family will often recall the Gemini man as ‘the wonderful one.’
# They’ll Never Ghost You
Seriously, they won’t. They prefer poltergeisting. Online or offline, they can hover attractively for decades, never disappearing but never fully appearing either. It’s not only a dating phenom – people have been married to phantom Geminis. Their internal algorithm alerts them when someone is about to disengage and they suddenly initiate intense ‘what about us?’ dialogue, leave breadcrumb trails all over social media or suggest you and they commit to intensive relationship therapy. The latter is particularly disconcerting when you haven’t seen them in real life for five years but don’t worry, it’s only a construct.
#The Real Them…
..is likely to change at any moment, without notice or explanation. Asking a Gemini to be/display/describe their ‘real self’ can be perceived as an insult. What real self? When? Who is the beholder and what is reality? Air + Mutable = Wind. Do you demand that the breeze stand still and define where it’s going or the process that turns it into a tornado?
#What The Gemini Man Seeks In A Lover
Brains and Elusiveness. Consciously or not, they’re Muse-addicted. Think of how the poet W.B. Yeats was unrequitedly in love with Maud Gonne for decades, with the poetry he churned out while yearning for her becoming famous. They consumated the affair and bam: it was over. Shortly after he proposed marriage to her daughter. They like puzzles, mysterious absences, love triangles and youthful dating dynamics.
Images: The Gemini Man (1976) – A television show that ran for just five episodes before being canned. The “Gemini” is secret agent Sam Casey who, via a mysterious DNA stabilizing watch, is able to be invisible for 15 minutes every day.