This second video looks at the other major female figure in Final Fantasy 7, Aeris, who is famously murdered by Sephiroth in what is often considered to be one of the most startling and significant moments in gaming history. The name Aeris is an anagram of Aries corresponding to the Emperor tarot card and sharing the same tone color attribution as Mars, god of war. 

Mars and Aries both correspond to C-Red. It just so happens that John Williams took sections of the Imperial March (Darth Vader's Theme) directly from the "Mars Theme" by Gustav Holst, composer of the Planets Suite. The words March and Mars are etymologically connected, as are the use of trumpets, which have always been an instrument of war, from the rams-horn shofars used by Jewish priests to bring down the Walls of Jericho to the cornet horns used by the British imperial army in old school military warfare. It just so happens that the line John Williams lifted from the Mars Theme consists of a series of trumpet blasts on the C-Note. I've written about this in greater depth in my second book, Audiomancy. 

This film also looks at the career of Harrison Ford and shows how his roles in both the early Star Wars films, Blade Runner, and the newest film (Force Awakens) intersect in a peculiar way with the motifs featured during key opening sequences in Final Fantasy 7. Perhaps the strangest of all is the use of the bridge stretching over the abyss in Force Awakens, which looks remarkably similar to the one created and featured in FF7 almost 20 years ago. 

Aeris corresponds to Venus - the empress. She is the flower girl who caretaker the church and who is symbolically murdered by Sephiroth, who represents something equivocal to the antichrist. Sephiroth's intent is to summon a meteor that will destroy earth. By murdering Aeris (Earth) he forshadows his attempt to murder the planet at the end of the story. 

The RED/GREEN polarity set up by Darth Vader and Aeris correspond to Mars and Venus, the Emperor and the Empress, Mind and Body.