Fixed Grand Cross
Definition of Fixed Grand Cross
A Grand Cross is a planetary alignment in the astrology chart. It consists of four planets at 90-degree angles with each other and each being in a different astrological quality. Every sign of the zodiac is either cardinal, mutable, or fixed. Therefore, a Fixed Grand Cross happens when all four planets involved are in the mutable signs of fixed signs of Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius.
This brings a very different energy to the Grand Cross than say a Cardinal Grand Cross or a Mutable Grand Cross, for the fixed energy is probably the most stubborn and challenging of the three, even though Grand Crosses can be challenging enough in and of themselves.
TERM OF THE DAY
The angles, or relationships, between planets, and the moon, in the zodiac or horoscope. As they move through the heavens in their elliptical orbit they form major aspects conjunct, opposition, square, trine, and sextile. The relationship to each other can be harmonious, dynamic, or neutral depending on their position.Read the full Aspect definition