In the image above, we see an image of Sophia, as wholly wisdom or divine wisdom. Sophia is an important archetypal image of the divine feminine. Sophia sometimes appears as mother and sometimes as bride.
Carl Jung speaks of Sophia as the ‘mother of God’:
“Sophia as wisdom is the personification of the Holy Ghost, and the Holy Ghost has been understood as the mother of God; in the first and second centuries there were numbers of Christians who believed that Mary the mother of God was really a sort of allegory and Sophia was the real mother, the Holy Ghost.” 
In the 16th Century, Jakob Böhme speaks of Sophia as his bride. Böhme says:
“I rely upon her faithful promise when she appeared to me that she wanted to change all my sorrow into great joy. As I was prostrate upon the mountain around midnight and many kinds of storms engulfed me, she came to comfort me and wedded herself to me.”
- Nietzsche’s Zarathustra: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1934-1939 By Carl Gustav Jung, Karl Gustav Jung, p.1075
- The Sophia Teachings: The Emergence of the Divine Feminine in Our Time, Robert Powell, cited in Powell, 2001, p.59
- The Way to Christ By Jacob Böhme- 1622