The Sun. The luminary is distinguished in older cards by chief rays that are waved and salient alternately and by secondary salient rays. It appears to shed its influence on earth not only by light and heat, but—like the moon— by drops of dew. Court de Gebelin termed these tears of gold and of pearl, just as he identified the lunar dew with the tears of Isis. Beneath the dog- star there is a wall suggesting an enclosure—as it might be, a walled gar- den—where- are two children, either naked or lightly clothed, facing a water, and gambolling, or running hand in hand. Eliphas Lévi says that these are sometimes replaced by a spinner unwinding destinies, and other- wise by a much better symbol—a naked child mounted on a white horse and displaying a scarlet standard.