This image is from the Hours of Étienne Chevalier by Jean Fouquet. It is one image from Fouquet’s paintings of the book of hours. It was commissioned by king Charles VII of France in the 14 Century.
In this image we see the Quaternity. The three white robbed men share a throne and to the left we see the Virgin on a thrown by herself. The three white-robed men may be seen as representing the Trinity, and the inclusion of the Virgin (divine mother) creates a Quaternity. Notice also that the painting forms a mandala.
There is a relation between the feminine and big cats. Carl Jung notes the link when he says that the anima “can appear as a … tiger” (CW 9i, para. 358). In dreams, imagination, and art we find powerful female figures appearing as or with big cats such as pumas, panthers, leopards, and jaguars. The big cats represent feminine power. To confirm this understanding, we turn to the above image of the Hindu Goddess Durga. She appears here with her lion.
In the above image, we see Melusine, a feminine spirit, half snake and half woman. Carl Jung spoke of her as an anima figure (CW 13, para 180). Like Melusine, ‘the anima… can appear as a snake’ (CW 9i, para 358). In Alchemical Studies, Jung speaks of Melusine:
In Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious, Carl Jung notes that “the companion to the chthonic mother is the ithyphallic Hermes or a lingam.” He adds “In India this symbol is of the highest spiritual significance” 
The yantra above is the Secret Kālī Yantra. Kālīis a Hindu goddess. Kali is the force of time. She holds the power of creation and destruction. In the Mahanirvana-tantra, Kāli in the form of sakti is praised by Shiva. The tantra says:
“At the dissolution of things, it is Kāla [Time] Who will devour all, and by reason of this He is called Mahākāla [an epithet of Lord Shiva], and since Thou devourest Mahākāla Himself, it is Thou who art the Supreme Primordial Kālika. Because Thou devourest Kāla, Thou art Kāli, the original form of all things, and because Thou art the Origin of and devourest all things Thou art called the Adya [the Primordial One]. Re-assuming after Dissolution Thine own form, dark and formless, Thou alone remainest as One ineffable and inconceivable. Though having a form, yet art Thou formless; though Thyself without beginning, multiform by the power of Maya, Thou art the Beginning of all, Creatrix, Protectress, and Destructress that Thou art.”