St Andrews in the Square, Glasgow, Scotland. Built 1739-56. Astrogeographic position: in the air sign Libra the sign of symmetry, balance, beauty and decoration and in the highly defensive, stable, massive water sign Scorpio indicator for the focus on the tower and thus the fortress-like aspects of the building structure. Valid for field level 4 which describes the building itself.
St Andrew Square, Edinburgh - the Bank of Scotland building dating from 1846 and designed by David Bryce. Six Corinthian columns with large thrusting entablatures. Statues above by A. Handyside Ritchie representing Navigation, Commerce, Manufacture, Science, Art and Agriculture.