25-26 Taurus/Leo/Scorpio/Aquarius cross

  • Taurus: A Spaniard Serenading His Senorita.
  • Leo: A Rainbow.

  • Scorpio: Indians Making Camp.

  • Aquarius: A Hydrometer.


Aquarius’ hydrometer is defined as a tool that measures “the relative density of liquids based on the concept of buoyancy” (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrometer).  Leo’s rainbows appear when light moves through rain or other refractive medium such as a prism.  The water-born rainbow would measure as most buoyant (least dense) on a hydrometer—in effect, a metaphor for joy or lightness if water represents emotions (dreammoods.com).


Taurus’ romance is at the buoyant end of the scale of human relationships and the serenade expresses love in song.


Scorpio’s symbol represents the tribe settling down; tribe stability.  The Taurus-Scorpio pair show evolution from romance to family, from love’s rosy perspectives to family practicalities and organisation. Camping together is a measure of commitment, and camping is best done near a water source, to refresh ourselves before moving on again.  A Scorpio-Aquarius pair makes sense when we check our emotional hydrometer: we could camp and rest if we feel tired, or need to feel secure, or simply to enjoy this place for longer.


This cross has sets of pairs: Leo’s rainbow and Taurus’ romance pair charmingly; Scorpio’s camp and Aquarius’ hydrometer pair in practicality.  Another set could be the opposing lightness and denser practicality of Taurus-Scorpio’s relationships and Leo-Aquarius’ phenomena and its measurement.


The cross could also mean that the sum is more than the parts: a couple (Taurus) creates a tribe (Scorpio); a rainbow (Leo) is more than mere water and light (Aquarius).

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