Gemini and Cell Salt Kali Mur and the Threads that Bind

Geminis and Cell Salt Kali Mur

Those born under this dual identity sign fall between May 21 to June 20, but as the sun journeys into Gemini for three weeks, it is deemed to be a sign of June. Geminis are known to be emotionally intelligent, expert communicators, and dynamic.

Possibly one of the more intriguing zodiac signs with its twin persona, Gemini is the third sign in the zodiac and is one of four air signs. Gemini’s planet is Mercury, its associated gems are beryl, aquamarine, and dark blue stones, and it is the sign that governs the United States.

Interestingly, its astral colors are red, white, and blue, which were also chosen under the mysteries of Cosmic Law to represent the American flag. The ancients assigned Gemini the following body parts: the bronchial tubes and lungs, the shoulders, arms, and hands, and all fibers within our tissues.  

Lastly, and possibly most importantly, Geminis are associated with the cell salt Kali Muriaticum, otherwise known as Kali Mur. This post will break down the connection this celestial entity has with tissue salt Kali Mur, its intriguing connection to the Three Fates, what Geminis are known for, and how tissue salt Kali Mur benefits the health of all and in particular those born under the sign of Gemini.

You will find mentions of “threads” sprinkled throughout this post. This is thanks to Geminis and cell salt Kali Mur’s fascinating connection to the Three Fates and the formation of the body. But let’s first highlight the importance of the cell salt Kali Mur.  

Kali Mur: The Essential Blood Mineral Worker Cell Salt

“[Kali Mur (Potassium Chloride) is the] mineral worker of blood that forms fibrin and properly diffuses it throughout the tissues of the body.”

- Inez E. Perry in The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation

Without fibrin, the human organism could not exist, yet with too many fibers, the blood as well as other body fluids become thickened and clots and stagnation may develop.

Cell Salt Kali Muriaticum

Intriguingly, tissue salt Kali Mur is also responsible for the lines and angles that give expression to our faces, essential to differentiate one person from another.

Kali Mur is a blood and body fluid cleansing and thinning salt, essential for digestive health, and lastly, is needed for respiratory wellness and the splitting of the bronchial tubes into smaller branches to help carry oxygen to the lungs.

Best Uses of Cell Salt Kali Mur

One of the first signs that there is an imbalance of this tissue salt is a white film on the tongue. This may also result in excess phlegm in the body that can be exhibited as pimples on the skin with white secretions, mouth ulcers, such as canker sores, and even yeast infections.

While the cell salt Kali Mur can be taken for any of the above, it is specifically known for helping with the following conditions.

1.    Tissue Salt Kali Mur for Throat and Lung Infections

When swollen glands or throat irritations occur, such as tonsillitis, Kali Mur is the cell salt to reach for. Because Kali Mur is responsible for the division of the bronchial tubes, it is the essential cell salt if afflicted with bronchitis.

Note, if ever your symptoms are accompanied by a fever, Ferrum Phos should be taken in addition as it is the cell salt to help ward off fevers.

Cell Salt Ferrum Phosphoricum
Cold & Flu Relief Cell Salts Kit


2.    Tissue Salt Kali Mur for Ear Inflictions

Crackling noises in the ear, swelling, stuffy colds that result in phlegm in the head, and even swimmer’s ear can all be helped to feel better by increasing cell salt Kali Mur.

As ear and throat infections can often overlap and can present as part of a cold or flu, you may also be interested in the AnnaKare Cold & Flu Relief Cell Salts Kit.

This kit includes the following:

  • Calc Sulph – For the initial touch of a cold, such as an irritated or scratchy throat
  • Ferr Phos – To aid in easing a fever (as mentioned above)
  • Kali Mur – To rid the body of excess white discharge that presents itself as a stuffy nose or irritated cough
  • Kali Sulph – To continue to break a fever and help when discharge has changed to yellow congestion
  • Nat Sulph – To aid when symptoms are most severe and may develop into a flu

3.    Tissue Salt Kali Mur for Nervous Exhaustion or Brain Congestion

When the brain becomes congested because the blood is thick and has caused circulation to feel slow, you may feel dull and heavy. This is often known as having your “thread of thought broken.”

The addition of Kali Mur can help break up the fibers hindering proper blood flow to the brain and helping alleviate any brain fog.

4.    Tissue Salt Kali Mur for Proper Digestion

Cell salt Kali Muriaticum, Potassium chloride in English, is known as a digestion aid. It helps in the early stages of digestive discomfort. It can help move along fatty or rich foods. Be sure to also include Nat Mur as a way to produce hydrochloric acid and improve overall digestion.

Cell Salt Kali Muriaticum
Cell Salt Natrum Muriaticum

 5.    Tissue Salt Kali Mur for Detoxification

Kali Mur works well in helping to detoxify and rejuvenate the body eliminating blockages, accumulation, waste, and stagnation. This is why you can find it as part of our Detox Cell Salts Kit. Cell salt Kali Mur works to cleanse and regulate body fluids and helps to support the lymphatic system.

This kit also includes cell salt Calc Sulph to purify blood and skin and cell salt Nat Sulph which aids in removing excess water from the body to help support a healthy liver and ensure healthy bile production.

Detox Cell Salts Kit

Gemini and Kali Mur’s Fascinating Link to the Three Fates

As mentioned above, Gemini is connected to the threads or fibers within the body. This, in turn, connects Gemini’s fate to the Three Fates.

The Three Fates in ancient Greek mythology are the daughters of Night; Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos; each with a particular job in spinning, dispensing, and cutting an individual’s fibrous threads that make up the body as well as its fate and ultimately in determining the individual’s time of death.

Gemini and the Three Fates

In the human body, fibrin is a whitish protein from the blood, and is necessary in the formation of nerves, veins, ligaments, and even skin tissue. To the Three Fates, Kali Mur is known as the spinning salt, for without potassium chloride, no fibrin can be made.

Clotho, the youngest of the daughters, holds the spindle or distaff, while Lachesis is the allotter of the spun thread, and Atropos cuts it off at the end. In the body, the spindle begins at the base of the brain, where 75% of the nerves of the head concentrate and cross.

It is then the job of the other two sisters to untangle and divide the nerves, or threads, throughout the body and branch them off into either leg. This delicate process of distributing life energy is what allows for the proper regulation of eliminating waste from the body.

When deficient in Kali Mur, the spinning process stops, the threads thicken, tangle and the parts feel enlarged, congested, or swollen. Therefore, any blood clots, swollen glands, or enlarged masses require the need for this cell salt.

As doctors will tell their patients, clots cause the heart to work harder as more energy is required to circulate the blood. Clots can eventually lead to heart attacks when blood and oxygen cannot get to the heart, or strokes when they cannot reach the brain.

Castor and Pollux – Gemini’s Two Main Stars

The semi-divine twins, otherwise known as Castor and Pollux, are the two main stars of Gemini with opposite meanings to their names. Castor, derived from the Latin word Castus, means clean or pure, whereas Pollux means to pollute.

Gemini Constellation

Their dual nature explains two things. First, that Geminis can sometimes appear as two different personalities. Second, that Castor and Pollux spend their lives alternating between Mount Olympus and Hades, heaven and earth, or day and night.

Day refers to the higher mind, living a life that leads to illumination, while night symbolizes a life of spiritual darkness. In many cases, the twins are represented as two boys, but sometimes they are also shown as a boy and a girl.

Mercury’s Influence on Gemini Personality Traits

In ancient Roman times, Mercury, who is known as Hermes in Greek mythology, was the messenger of the Gods, inventor of the lyre, and probably most important, God of oratory (speech). As such, Geminis are born with the gift of expression and often seek out their intellectual conversational match.

The mind is a crucial part of all Geminis. Mercury, known as the symbol of the mind, is depicted wearing a hat with two wings on each side. This symbol represents the two hemispheres of the brain, otherwise known as our thinking cap, and also embodies the dual nature of the sign.  

Geminis often speak the truth and are skilled in communication. They are renowned for blending into different groups and can alter their personality based on the energy and vibe they perceive, thus making them very perceptive.

This trait, however, can be perceived as trying to deceive or they are viewed as being a liar, thus Geminis should use this ability with care. They are playful and intellectually curious, which may cause them to jump groups, careers, or hobbies.

That said, they are content in their own company and can see all sides of a situation. They like to learn as much as they can from all sources to make an informed decision. To some, this can be perceived as gossiping, but to the Gemini, it is merely gathering information.

Additional Resources:

If you'd like to learn more about other zodiac signs and their connection to tissue salts, please go to our anchor blog Cell Salts and the Zodiac, which will lead you to more detailed insights about each sign and its corresponding cell salt.

References and Sources:

The Gemini Sign
The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation by George W. Carey and Inez E. Perry.

Note: This blog offers a simplified understanding of the complex relationship between Gemini and the cell salt Kali Muriaticum and our overall health. For comprehensive health guidance, it's advisable to consult a healthcare professional or an expert in holistic medicine.

Danielle | Health and Wellness Writer
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