This cross has pairs: Leo and Aquarius;
Taurus and Scorpio.
Leo’s daybreak—similar to Libra 02-03 The Dawn Of A New Day, Everything Changed—heralds light and the end of darkness. Aquarius’ ancient bowl provides an added context—that neither the bowl nor daybreak are new because daybreak is an old cycle and the bowl has seen many cycles. Each day, however, can bring something fresh like violets, for decoration or eating.
Taurus’ squaw is a solitary figure offering wares (sales), compared to Scorpio's band drumming up attention (marketing).
The cross describes how we go about our business doing the ‘same-old same-old’ (Taurus) every day (Leo) until we get an idea (Leo) for a new approach (Scorpio passion or marketing) to freshen up the business and what it brings in (Aquarius). Aquarius' old bowl is still serviceable and worth keeping just like some traditional aspects of running a business or gaining income (Taurus).
The cross instructs us to find the energy to create something fresh, while still attending to the familiar practicalities.
If we interpret Scorpio's symbol as defining boundaries—the military as a symbol for guarding a territory, the drums as proclamation— the cross takes on a different perspective. In order to 'have' anything (Aquarius), make sure (Scorpio) other people won't take from you what your hard work (Taurus) gained (Aquarius). Some of us work and work (Taurus) for little gain after all obligations are met, until we get the 'Aha!' moment (Leo) to drop what doesn't serve us, define our boundaries (Scorpio) of what we will and won't give (Taurus) so we can enjoy the rewards of our labour (Aquarius).
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