- In Egyptian mythology, Horus was the god of the sky and the son of Osiris and Isis. The sun and moon were believed to be his eyes. He was sometimes known as Khemwar, meaning 'the great black one'.
- The appearance of this card is more of a bird than a dragon, specifically a falcon, which is the animal that represents Horus' head in Egyptian mythology.
- An Arcana Seal with an Eye of Wdjat in its center, often associated with Horus, can be seen in this card's background.
- This card's appearance is very similar to "The Winged Dragon of Ra".
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