Magheq Picture

Again, based on the concept of the solar deity of Canarian mythology (see "Magheq, Daughter of Ra"… ), I've been playing with some designs. They both represent the myth of Magheq, in which the demon Guayota kidnapps her (the spiral, a traditional representation of the Sun) and locks her in the depths of Mount Teide. To break her free, the sky god Achamán parts open the mountain and traps the demon by crumbling the mountain over him. The letters above read "m-gh-q" with Old Tifinagh Berber alphabet (which doesn't represent vowels).
Which one do you prefer?
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