In the Mysteries, the beautiful "Mother Goddess" and the "Queen of the Heavens" represent Satan. Satan was originally the wife of Jesus on Holly Mt. Zion before he was kicked off Mount Zion by Jesus. In Eden Christ and Satan were divorced and made arch enemies, thus it is to Christ that God says: "I will put enmity between you and the woman (Satan) and between your seed and her seed." Thus the "woman and her seed" which comes in many forms later on represents Satan. The lighted Christmas Tree is a form of the "woman and her seed" with the lights representing the angels who come down from heaven like due to join Satan, who is the evergreen tree. But also, a more ancient and direct representation is VIRGO, the virgin holding the branch. This is the "woman and her seed" with the branch representing her seed or followers/children/descendants.
Satan is a "beautiful" angel in heaven and thus is represented by the beautiful Mother Goddesses, like Venus whose beauty is worth dying for, etc. She is considered a "virgin" because her children are actually her followers and fans and she has no husband. Imagery of the Mother Goddesses holding a sheaf or Baccus holding a branch or the Madonna and child, along with the Christmas tree with lights are all esoteric representations of Satan herself, the original "woman and her seed", and that even includes the constellation of VIRGO.
All the KNOWLEDGE and WISDOM and REASON that is associated with Satan is represented by advanced knowledge that takes the form of milk thus often her worshippers are seen sucking the breasts of the goddess. In the form of Artemis of Ephesus the breasts are really emphasized showing the knowledge and wisdom that comes from the goddess.
The nursing tree represents Isis and is Egyptian. Notice how in the figure of Artemis it looks like there are goats in her hair that are hopping? Also her breasts are like "date clusters"? This is the form of the goddess/Satan being described in the Song of Solomon!
SOS 7: 7 This stature of yours does resemble a palm tree, and your breasts, date clusters.
SOS 4:1 Your hair is like a drove of goats that have hopped down from the mountainous region of Gil´e·ad.
Thus Song of Solomon is really an Ode to Artemis and not inspired (i.e. none of the Christian Bible writers quote from this book though they do all the others except Esther and Ecclesiastes) thus is not to be considered inspired and certainly not written by Solomon as JWs claim. It was introduced into the canon by those into the pagan Mysteries who understand this is really about the Mother Goddess Satan. Thus many of the pagan gods Satan inspired were based rather closely on Satan's own heavenly identity, the beautiful goddess of knowledge and wisdom.