|The Fixed Cross
- Taurus - Christ said (as have all the Sons of God Who know the true significance of the
Fixed Cross), "I am the Light of the world," and he added, "if thine eye be
single thy whole body shall be full of light." Taurus is, as you have heard, the
Mother of Illumination, and  the "eye of the Bull" is the symbol of the eye
to which Christ made reference.
- Leo - This is the sign of self-conscious identity. This is testified to by Christ in the
words He spoke to His disciples: "What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole
world and lose his soul?" or his own center of self-consciousness - that significant
point of attainment which must precede all the more inclusive states of consciousness.
- Scorpio - The significance of this sign in the life of Christ has been deleted from The
New Testament, but has been preserved for us in the ancient Christian legend that - in
the cradle itself - Christ killed or strangled two serpents, thus referring to the pairs
of opposites which could no longer control Him.
- Aquarius - The expression of this influence has been beautifully given to us in the
story of the Last Supper. Christ sent His disciples into the city to find the man
"bearing a pitcher of water" upon his shoulder. This is the symbol of the sign
Aquarius - the sign in which the universality of the water of life will become a factor in
human consciousness; then we shall indeed all sit down eventually to the communion of
bread and wine. He referred indirectly to the same idea when He spoke of Himself as the
"water of life," assuaging the thirst of humanity.
Thus, through the use of the energies of these four signs of the Fixed Cross, Christ
demonstrated perfection.