If the comments of the Water Bearer seems to ring with undertones of Virgo and Sagittarius truth-seeking, listen again. There is a slight and subtle difference in the Uranian attitude. I'm not sure just what it is, but it's a slight and subtle difference. In everything Aquarius does there is a slight and subtle difference from the way it is said and done by ordinary humans. Water Bearers are not ordinary. They re extraordinary. And flattery will get you nowhere with them. But back to the main issue. Truth is an area where there will obviously be some disputes from time to time between Gemini and Aquarius.
Not everyone understands this Uranian thing about truth, based on fact. Unlike Virgos, Aquarians are not hair-splitters in their quest for truth. Unlike Taurus and Capricorn, Aquarius does not have a closed mind. The Uranus mind is always open to anything, positively anything. If the human brain is capable of imagining it or conceiving it, then to Aquarius it is a possibility, never mind how far-out and ridiculous it may seem to the scientific community and/or laymen. HOWEVER (and I capitalized 'however' on purpose), although the Water Bearers accept the possibility of absolutely anything with an open mind, they will not accept an existing theory as final truth until they have satisfied themselves of the feasibility of the supposition by proving it via visible facts. So you can see they're a curious mixture of fact and fantasy. At least, I hope you see. I trust that has clarified the issue. I am sure it has not. But I tried.
Other than sometimes gazing at truth through opposite ends of the telescope, Gemini and Aquarius, being a 5-9 Sun Sign Pattern, are usually enormously compatible. Shall we say that they are more often than they are not? They empathize, sympathize, philosophize and fraternize on the same electronic wave-length, auric beam, vibratory frequency, or whatever you wish to call it. Normally, they are not shaken by each other's changeable moods, eccentricities, ups, downs or swoops sideways. Only rarely do you come across a Gemini-Aquarius couple whose mutual planetary positions are severely afflicted by comparative aspects between their birth charts - and who, therefore, either actively dislike each other on sight - or bore one another. It happens with every Sun Sign Pattern, even with the usually smooth 5-0 vibration, but most infrequently.
As I've reminded you many times in this book, in other Aquarian chapters, although Aquarius is pictured in astrology as the Water Bearer, Aquarius is an Air Sign, like Gemini - not a Water Sign. So why are these people represented, symbolized as it were, by a kneeling figure pouring water from a jug, since they are not of the Water Element but of the Air Element? I cannot tell you. I realize it doesn't make sense on the surface of it. It's totally illogical, not to mention contradictory and weird. But then, so are Aquarians - all of those things. Every last one of them is bonkers, to some degree. The Twins are among the few people who notice this right off, because they are known to bonk in and out also. When Gemini and Aquarius bonk around together in rhythm, it's kind of comforting. No one has to explain himself (or herself). It makes life simpler. No, maybe I'd better take that back. Life is never simple with these two Sun Signs. Interesting, fascinating, even magical - but never simple.
One of the most remarkable and affecting or touching in the world is a child with the feelings of an adult. Another remarkable, affecting or touching sight is an adult with the feelings of a child. The latter is the case with all Geminis and Aquarians, if their typical of their Sun Signs. Both of them exist in actuality on planets other than earth, touching base down here only at intervals, which could range from five minutes to several days. Naturally, they flock together when they have an opportunity, so they can speak to each other in the code of non-Earthlings. The true world of Gemini and Aquarius is called Faerie, the realm or state in which faeries have their being, described by Tolkien as a place which contains 'many things besides elves and fays, and besides dwarfs, witches, trolls, giants or dragons; it holds the seas, the sun, the moon, the sky; and the earth, and all things that are in it: tree and bird, water and stone, wine and bread, and ourselves, mortal men, when we are enchanted.'