Gemini - the twins.
Most days, Grant was an ordinary fellow with a delicious sense of humor. On other days, he was somewhat of a mystic. Grant was an individualist belonging to no cults or organizations and an opponent of the first atomic bomb. He concentrated on his work in a Greenwich village apartment one day, but was out exploring the mountains and desert of Arizona a few days later. In addition to being a writer, he taught English at Dartmouth and edited HOROSCOPE magazine until he resigned because he was restless. Grant never carried life insurance until shortly before his death in 1951. Then, even his bank loans were covered by life insurance. Grant refused to make appointments for the month that was to follow his death. He joked about this, and told people, "I'll see you then if I am still here."