LADY PORTIA: the Pale Gold Lady Master
As does the Goddess Maat, Lady Portia weighs (judges) a miniature of herself on scales against the lightness of a feather
Anubis is a symbol of justice (with his colours on his collar) observing this process
In the background a gentle rain falls with a sense of benediction:
‘The quality of mercy is not strained, it droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven’
(Portia, from Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice)
The six-pointed star melds the two colours at the temple of the heart with interlocking triangles, and also repeats singly as earrings
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