12-13 Gemini/Virgo/Sagittarius/Pisces cross

  • Gemini: A Great Musician At His Piano.
  • Virgo: A Strong Hand Supplanting Political Hysteria.
  • Sagittarius: A Widow's Past Brought To Light.

  • Pisces: A Sword In A Museum.

This cross has halves: the Gemini and Virgo symbols are about skillful manipulation (literally with the hands) of an instrument or situation; the Sagittarius and Pisces symbols are about looking at the past. The sword is a relic, put away and a reminder; the widow's past has a sense of the threat (like the sword and the hysteria) however in the light there is resolution or at least liberation from a secret.

If this cross is about threats, then the "odd-one-out" Gemini symbol could indicate “facing the music” despite the internal panic and outward strength (Virgo) of a past revelation (Sagittarius) even though this could put the past to bed (Pisces). 

Another way of describing this cross is: we perform as best we can (Gemini) and soldier on with self-belief despite our doubts (Virgo) and the judgements of others/self (Sagittarius), because that is the way we find peace rather than punishment (Pisces).  Moral relativism means we judge the past by present values, when in fact, the past had very different values, and what we currently accept as "good" could have taken extraordinary courage to declare in another time and place.  More recently, perhaps we are embarrassed/ashamed about some things we did when we were younger - but we are not the same people when older - so we try to understand that the situation we were in, the people around us and the person we were (what we had eaten, how much sleep that day, genetics, certain beliefs, personal history etc) created an event where we did in fact try our best with what we had.  And this understanding is a step toward (self-)forgiveness.   So try to remember that every day we are great musicians at our pianos!!

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