August 09, 2010
Fifth Picture of L'Hermetisme dans la vie de Swift et ses Voyages by Eugene Canseliet
Copyright, Fata Morgana 1983.
If you remember the first picture, you can see that the ground is the same than in the top left side of the image. This is the same rocky ground, with some grass.
Here we have a big triangle commonly seen as a symbol of Fire, but i see it here more like a triplicity, wich is in fact contained in the Caput Mortuum, the Dead Head. This head is hidding a moon containing a black sun, the idication here is : the moon is pure, but the sun is dead and contained in it.