Part III: The Circumference and the Hieroglyphic Monad in In Operibus Sigillo Dei Aemeth by David Richard Jones.

“If these divisions are taken Qabalistically, the T of the 4T may be seen as Taurus, the 6 of 6ω as the central Sun, the 4 also as the equal armed cross and the horns of Aries as the inverted omega at the base. 9G on the left boundary of the 4T may be seen as the lunar crescent crowning the figure as both the moon and the horns of Taurus, and by duplication, the horns of Aries as its base. The a24 on the left boundary may be equated with the 24 Theorems that divide the text of the Hieroglyphic Monad, and may also be associated with the critical place that the number 24 and its value play in the mathesis of the Monad.” [via]