14-15 Taurus/Leo/Scorpio/Aquarius cross

  • Taurus: A Man Muffled Up, With A Rakish Silk Hat.
  • Leo: A Pageant.

  • Scorpio: Children Playing Around Five Mounds Of Sand.

  • Aquarius: Two Lovebirds Singing On A Fence.


The Leo symbol provides the key to understanding this cross. According to dreammoods.com, a pageant refers to insecurities about appearance - comparing yourself to others or ascribing to society's too-high standards of beauty.  This dream meaning clarifies the Taurus symbol - a man muffled and covering his face, a rakish hat describing how the hat sits on his head: at a "rakish" angle, lowered over one side of the forehead, in effect also covering a part of the face.  This symbol could be of a person who is hiding their face, possibly due to insecurities (indicated by the Leo pageant).  The rakish hat also describes an attitude, someone who is "fast" rather than conservative, and also well-dressed as the hat is silk.  The man, despite or because of any insecurities, may have a rebellious streak. 

The pageant is an opportunity, however, to compare the self against others, and with deeper insight, shift (dream interpretation of sand) your perceptions (Scorpio).  The Scorpio children show how the more innocent and playful selves are redeemed with changing any negative perceptions of the self.  The number five according to Doreen Virtue's Angel Numbers book is about positive change.

The Aquarian lovebirds make a lovely happy ending to the cross - where positive change in self-perception (Scorpio) lead to finding the perfect partner for you.  Birds can also mean spirit, and the top of the fence can mean success or indecision according to dreammoods.com.  As the lovebirds are singing, I am inclined to favour the "success" angle of the symbol, although the indecision angle does follow neatly from the Scorpio sand/shifting perceptions symbol.

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