Easily seen just east of Taurus and Orion are the two bright stars Castor and Pollux. Since earliest history, they have been recognized as the Twins.
In researching the meanings of eight named stars in the constellation, I find that they fall into two classes: auspicious and dire. One class includes judge, lord, and branch. (Branch signifies a rising ruler.) The other includes burden, sorrow, and scorn. The Greek and Roman myths make one brother mortal and one immortal.
I am among those who believe Gemini represents Messiah in his two comings to earth, first as rejected Savior and second as ruling King.
Further, Gemini represents the two natures of Messiah: God and man united in one person. Although the star names fall into two distinct classes, the classes do not belong to a particular twin. Each has both lordly and sorrowful names, showing that the two natures are united in one person—that person, Jesus Christ, is worthy of our allegiance.