A lot of the people that used to spam my blog with their hate and immaturity don't actually read my posts. Sometimes things that I mention are not even conspiracy theory, but people still don't want to hear it. Yu-Gi-Oh! is an example of this. The children's anime series is literally based on Aleister Crowley and the occult (Thelema etc that specifically involve ancient Egyptian aspects). This can be read in detail here. The purpose of this post is to just focus on this single image and what it is conveying for those who don't know Egyptian mythology and the modern idolization of Horus.
In this depiction, everything uses the Eye of Horus symbolism. That is unique to this show. They really want to drill the eye into the minds of children instead of having the Eye of Horus being specific to only one character. Again, all of that is discussed in the post above. At any rate, you have a dark character with red hair. Red hair is the distinctive characteristic of Set, the enemy though sometimes cooperative counterpart (depending on myth) to Horus. Horus is reflected in the other character with the colors blue and gold (the colors of Horus, just like red is the color of Set). In modern occult fashion, Horus is not just the god of the rulers and elite as he was in the ancient world, he is also king/ruler/supreme, the antagonist and antithesis to God in general. That is why out of all the possible manifestations, it was Horus who sent a messenger to convey his message to Crowley. My point is emphasized below:
Taken from The Age of Horus:
The Aeon Tarot card, reinterpreted by Aleister Crowley in his Thoth Tarot deck. Notably, among other Egyptian symbolism from The Book of the Law is Horus throned in the framed center; Horus, ruler of the New Aeon.The website also mentions this:
Within Aleister Crowley's philosophy and in regard to The Age of Horus, the "old gods", those of Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, etc, who are waning in their influence and reign over mankind. They are the "Dying Gods."