First let's analyze the two more ambiguous symbols: the Sagittarius rocks and the Pisces bugle.
The former describes solid, hard objects of the earth, that yet have alchemical processes forming "things" inside. Bugles are typically used for sounding military signals for events, and are loud.
To make sense of the cross I think of a something that has hardened on the outside, with an awakening on the inside (Sagittarius), and at the signal (Pisces) begins the revolt for change (Gemini) - requiring learning a new system to adjust to the change or learning a new way of "dancing" with others (Virgo), as a dance can also describe the dynamic between people. The militaristic signal could be the last straw and the reason for the revolt against industry, or could be the uniting signal rousing the workers to strike (unionise).
The loop is closed (Virgo to Sagittarius) when the dance is practised enough to become habit, hardened, about to be cracked by new desires or "things" inside (such as resentment toward a system).
Note that the Gemini strike resonates with the Sagittarius rocks which could indicate potential "revolt" and change from within. The Virgo first dance lesson may be precise and timed like a military bugle call, ensuring the steps and body positions are correct otherwise awkward.
In general the theme of the cross is about the idea of business improvement (though not limited to business in the strict sense). There is always a better way to do things, more efficient, more creative, more win-win, more "thing". With trial and error, and overcoming resistance to change, the "business" continues to evolve. The awkwardness in the cross (first dance lesson, rocks, strike) is down to the effort required to co-ordinate differences.
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