The picture is derived from the painting stones of the Han Dynasty (202BC-220). In the picture, the Queen Mother of the West sits in the middle. According to the books of the Warring States period (475-221 BC), the west is the home of immortals, where the beautiful ruler Queen Mother of the West lives. The emperors are salivating about the beauty of the Queen Mother of the West. In the Western Zhou Dynasty (1046-771 BC), King Mu of Zhou once met the Queen Mother of the West, who entertained him in yaochi. It is said that Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty sent Zhang Qian to the western regions to seek the elixir of immortality from the Queen Mother of the West. Therefore, the Queen Mother of the West was endowed with the ability to ward off evil spirits and make people immortal. There are three green birds in the picture. One is on the head of the Queen Mother of the West, the other two are on the left and right sides of the middle of the picture, and the tail is connected with the snake tail. In the myths of the Han Dynasty, the green birds were the messengers of the Queen Mother of the West. Fuxi and Nuwa are on the left and right of the Queen Mother of the West. They hold Bianmian (fans) in their hands, and their tails intersect. Fuxi and Nuwa are the legendary ancestors of human beings. At the bottom of the picture are also Fuxi and Nuwa. Fuxi holds the triangular ruler, symbolizing the earth, and Nuwa holds the compass, symbolizing the sky, implying that the sky is round, the earth is square and the universe is endless.