The masculine side: the anointed one
The Son who comes in the name of the Father
In the name of the "Father" comes that man who is willing to take on the responsibility in relationships and thus "fatherhood" and care. He respects higher orders, first and foremost the commandment of love, by entering into a binding relationship with the woman who has given herself completely to him.
The anointed as thechosen male member (the phallus)
But the "son" also symbolises the man's member, the phallus, because in him is the potency to beget a son. However, this potency as a passionate force is to subordinate itself "to the will of the father", that is, to respect the love and devotion to the woman and to give oneself to her as well.
The Anointed Ruler: Power or Responsibility?
The same applies to the claim to rule over a people. Love and a sense of responsibility are the right prerequisites for this.
The insignia of power
In this context, the insignia of power also support and extend the symbolism already described, which is intended to demonstrate the legitimacy of the ruler. In this context, the crown, sceptre and orb are of strong significance and are meant to demonstrate rule and authority over the feminine, i.e. the country and its people.
The sceptre as a staff is a phallic symbol, while the crown as a hoop symbolises penetration. The bonnet of the crown also illustrates the female womb, the uterus. Finally, the orb symbolises "perverse femininity", which is not anchored in the earth but in the spirit and lives power through seduction(white magic).