The Sun On Gemini 15: Two Dutch Children Talking And Studying Their Lessons Together
The Sabian Symbol for the Sun is Gemini 15: TWO DUTCH CHILDREN TALKING AND STUDYING THEIR LESSONS TOGETHER
This is a fascinating degree… it implies the need, or the desire, to find those that you can have conversations with – exchanging ideas, knowledge, learning and understanding each other, regardless of the depth of the conversation. What are you learning? Have you learned that it doesn’t pay to try to convert people to your way of thinking? Is it best to concentrate your time and energy on those headed in the same direction as you? Are you noticing the ‘lessons’ that you are being shown in life?
I remember an instance of this degree showing up. I was giving a lecture at NORWAC in Seattle some years ago. Two people sitting next to each other started talking… no mention of this degree was made by me, but they noticed that they both had this degree prominent in their charts. They asked what Symbol it was and I said it was the Two Dutch Children Talking And Studying Their Lessons Together – they both exploded into laughter – the ancestry of both was Dutch.
This Symbol shows that you should be able to feel relaxed and comfortable with friends and able to speak your own truth. There’s a need for clarity and for those of like mind to communicate spontaneous and creative ideas with each other. Feeling cut off and isolated because your beliefs or language are different from other people can propel you to finding those you can share your thoughts or your ‘studies’ with. There is usually, or should be, at least one person around you who can give you advice or lend you an ear when you need to express yourself in your own unique way to someone who understands.
Sharing innocent and carefree thoughts and ideals. Exchanging views with like-minded individuals. Finding a soul mate. Chitchatting about everyday life. Talking for hours.
The Caution: Failing to communicate. Taking an unsophisticated viewpoint. Excluding others as not worthy. Societal or racial prejudice. ‘Hearing voices’ that don’t make sense.