The Skull and Cross-bones motif is encircled by an Ouroboros representing 'Eternal Recurrence.' The number 322 refers to 322 BC, which was the date of the demise of Aristotle. However, the numerological number of 322 also reduces down to '7.' The number 7 is associated with the 7th Rune of 'Gebo,' whose Rune looks like an 'X' hence that of the 'Cross-bones.' The Rune of Gebo equates with the letter 'G' in the English alphabet, whereby one has the letter 'G' of the Freemason's whom have a fixation upon the symbol of the Beehive and thereby that of a 'Queen Bee' of the Feminine principle, whereby one has the Skull of the (G-oddess) first 'Mother.' The symbol of the dividers and the square, amidst which is the letter 'G' is alluding to the 22nd Rune of 'Ingwaz.