09-10 Gemini/Virgo/Sagittarius/Pisces cross

  • Gemini: An Airplane Falling.
  • Virgo: Two Heads Looking Out And Beyond The Shadows.
  • Sagittarius: A Golden-Haired Goddess Of Opportunity.

  • Pisces: An Aviator In The Clouds.



Let us first examine the symbols.  The Gemini airplane is not flying as it should – whether intended or not – some critical faculties have been turned off or not working, and it appears there is impending disaster (or thrill-seeking).  The Virgo heads indicate hope – that out of the shadows are those who would look beyond the darkness, allowing the ability to see opportunity (Sagittarius) or a way out if it presents itself  – the goddess will help those who help themselves!

The sense of Virgo hope and Sagittarian opportunity raises the Piscean aviator's spirits to the exciting possibility of dreams (the meaning of clouds) coming true.  Alternatively (and oppositely, so choose! Ha, the irony!), the aviator controlling the plane is limited by clouds that inhibit vision (or Piscean dreams obscuring reality) and though this symbol implies a safer position relative to Gemini falling, falling is still a possibility due to the clouds, or disappointment (Virgo shadows).

On a more practical note, we experience this symbol when we drive our cars - we can be "trapped" behind a slow car feeling annoyed or impatient or stressed about being late, and in this situation our mood improves when we instead choose to Look for Opportunities to Overtake.  Because these things just happen in the world, they are not personal, so keep your eyes peeled for an opening, rather than staring at the slow car's backside and feeling low.

This cross is about wresting ourselves out of a negative mindset to embrace a better outcome, and is a warning to be vigilant about how we are clouded or shrouded.


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