On either side of the High Priestess stand two pillars, marking the entrance to this sacred, mystical temple. One pillar is black with the letter B (Boaz, meaning ‘in his strength’) and the other is white with the letter J (Jachin, meaning ‘he will establish’). The black and white colours of the pillars symbolise duality – masculine and feminine, darkness and light – stating that knowledge and acceptance of duality are required to enter this sacred space. The High Priestess wears a blue robe and a horned crown, both a symbol of her divine knowledge and her status as a divine ruler. She has a book and a crescent moon at her paws, that symbolises her connection with the divine feminine, her intuition and subconscious mind, and the natural cycles of the moon. The pomegranate is a symbol of abundance and fertility.