We have before us a wreath made out of lotus flowers. At each of the four angles is found a head, respectively that of a lion, of a man, of an eagle and of a bull; they symbolize the four winds of the spirit, and in the center is found the primitive “lingham,” the supreme Arcane of the universal generation of the three worlds, the absolute in the infinite, and the conjunction of the sexes. The wreath itself is the emblem of the magic chain that unites all beings, all things and all ideas. Under the wreath is a kneeling young girl representing Religion and playing upon a harp of three strings, the image of the triple harmony within man: Soul, Mind, Body.
This Arcane, XXI., means that you may reach the greatest height to which man may aspire; it promises you that your most ambitious desires will be realized and that your final success will only be limited by your wishes.
From Practical Astrology by Comte C. de Saint-Germain