Imagine ourselves in a majestic cathedral, where the sunlight filters through magnificent colored stained-glass windows. They are there around the transept, the nave and, by their repetitions, form only a long-colored serpentine. These vibrant colors that mingle with each other, seem to come to life under the changing light of the sun. The reflections that play on the stained-glass windows create a scintillating and shimmering effect, which adds a magical dimension to the scene. The image of this whole rose window evokes a mystical and sacred atmosphere, recalling the story of Genesis, where the serpent tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden, but this is not represented as a symbol of temptation, but rather as a symbol of wisdom and knowledge. The serpentine of stained glass would therefore be a majestic and symbolic work of art, which inspires respect and admiration for the beauty of creation, while recalling the importance of wisdom and knowledge.