白虎 (White Tiger) Byakko is one of the four symbols of the Chinese constellation, oftentimes referred to as the White Tiger of the West, representing this direction and the autumn season. People believed that tiger was the king of all beasts and it has been said that its tail would turn white when it reached 500 years of age and that it would only appear if the emperor is ruling with absolute virtue.
Christ of St.John of the Cross. Salvador Dali. 1951, Oil on canvas 205 cm × 116 cm (80.7 in × 45.67 in) Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
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