The Adventures of Jesus & Gemini

The Adventures of Jesus & Gemini

I had a dream. I rarely remember dreams…

This dream I could not forget. But, what do you do with dreams?

The images and message in this dream are nothing like my wide awake world. Hence, the creation of this page:

The Adventures of Jesus and Gemini.

Imagine that Jesus of Nazareth had a twin sister, long forgotten in time.

Imagine that you could hear their conversation growing up…

5 thoughts on “The Adventures of Jesus & Gemini

  1. Laura Hoskins 01/26/2013 / 3:49 pm

    So, Roger, are you asking what I think they might have said to each other – or are you going to share what was said in your dream?

  2. Chris 01/26/2013 / 6:00 pm

    Hmm. As a pescatarian I would not use a gun. (Shooting fish not a barrel of fun.) I might well use some form of the sword to gut and skin the thing. (Sorry to gross you Roger.) There are “principled” people who use filibusters to stop government from considering laws, and by “holding” appointments really stop enforcement of their own civil laws. The stone of majority rule was, again, set aside to “make compromise” with those whose “principle” is to stop civil law. Sometimes the stone set aside needs to be used on which to build some serious creation of civility. “Compromise” with incivility is unprincipled and not leading to civil ends.
    Now what was your question ?

    • Roger Vincent Jasaitis 03/15/2013 / 3:34 pm

      Thanks! A new chapter coming soon, again dream based. Also thank you for checking out TSMM in depth 🙂


      Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none. -William Shakespeare, playwright and poet (1564-1616)

      Roger’s websight:, fine art, a virtual gallery of paintings and more. Roger’s blogs: This Speaks My Mind , thoughts on art, creativity and spirituality. The Adventures of Jesus & Gemini, a project based on dreams.

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