The word Grand Cross is one of those terms that you might have seen before.
It’s one of the terms that means a big, broad circle.
That’s not how it’s spelled, but it’s what the name comes from.
In astrology it means the big, wide circle around the zodiac sign.
In astrology the term “Grand Cross” means a circle that goes from the zenith of a star to the zena of a sign.
It refers to the big circle around a zodiac object.
It’s not the first time that the term has been used.
In the 13th century, astrologers were using the term to describe a circular, horizontal cross that stretched around the earth.
In 1632, the American astronomer John Wilkins was using the same term to refer to a circle around his star Vega.
In the 17th century astrologer Charles Williams was using it to refer both to a circular cross and a horizontal circle around an object.
In 1826, the English astrologist William Harvey used the term for a horizontal or vertical circle that stretches around the equator.
And in the late 19th century French astrologian Émile Courtois used the word to describe the vertical or horizontal cross over a horizon.