The cross appears to start with disaster (Gemini) and end more positively (Pisces). Gemini's and Pisces' symbols have an aviation theme, but the whole cross paints an emotional picture.
Gemini's airplane does not fly as expected—whether intended or not. Either some critical faculties are off, creating a worst-case scenario, or the pilot seeks risky thrills. Virgo’s two heads look further than the shadows of where they are, allowing the ability to find a way out if it presents itself—an opportunity (Sagittarius). Have you heard of the saying that God(dess) helps those who help themselves?
Virgo’s looking out and Sagittarius’ Goddess and opportunity provide the support that raises Pisces’ aviator’s spirits to the exciting possibility of dreams (which is the meaning of clouds (Dream Moods, Inc., 2019)) coming true. Alternatively (so choose your interpretation!), the aviator controlling the plane is limited by clouds that inhibit vision (or dreams obscuring reality) and though this symbol implies a safer position relative to Gemini’s falling, falling is still a possibility due to the clouds, or disappointment (Virgo shadows).
A practical example of this cross is the experience of driving when ‘trapped’ behind a slow car. Our mood takes a dive; we feel annoyed, impatient or stressed about being late. Our emotional and physical situation improves when we focus instead on looking for opportunities to overtake (Virgo, Sagittarius). While things happen in the world that bring us down, try not to take it so personally and keep your eyes peeled for an opening, rather than staring at the slow car's backside and feeling low. Remember that you are not alone! Other people have been where you are and felt the same as you (Virgo) so ask for help (Sagittarius).
This cross is about wresting ourselves out of a negative mindset to embrace a better outcome and warns to be vigilant about being clouded.
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