Perhaps it’s because I have Saturn in Scorpio, I feel the need to keep serving him. In his quick march through the early degrees of Scorpio the cultural conversation has taken a sharp turn down Scorpio pathways, with sexual scandals, fiscal cliffs, scathing reviews, and gritty, complex realities. I had planned to mention a few of these stories, but at the last minute I got snagged by Jupiter in Gemini (whom I must also serve, as my Jupiter-in-Gemini return comes next).
Jupiter in Gemini is a traveler, a monk, and a storyteller. He loves to expand our worlds with the kind of chatter, curiosity and adventure that leads to a deeper understanding of life. Jupiter has been in Gemini since June and is now appearing in all his magnificence at your local theater in the shape of the heart-wrenching/heart-opening spiritual epic, the Life of Pi. My partner and I have seen it twice in the last two days; we still can’t stop talking about it. In case you haven’t read the book or seen the movie, I won’t spoil the story. But do see it if you can. At the center of this visually stunning film is a precious Jupiter-in-Gemini message. When the film ends, remember: Both stories are true. What matters is the one you choose to keep telling. And that’s what makes all the difference.