In the Guernica painting Picasso has hidden a giant sword at top. It is the Sword of Damocles. The long "arm' at top is the sword blade with its point in the window. The handle is in the horse's mouth. The lamp is the top of the crossguard. The beginning of the bottom half of the crossguard is visible. Two "lamps", one hidden, make up the whole crossguard: the top lamp is visible, the bottom lamp is only suggested by Picasso.
In the Damocles myth a sword hangs from a small thread over the head of a tyrant.
Directly below Guernica's hidden Sword of Damocles are two hidden tyrants (Hitler and Goering) merged/locked together sharing a spear-shaft Pinocchio nose. The black box at nearly dead center in the Guernica painting represents both Hitler's mustache and Goering's cockpit eyes. Hitler and Goering both denied that German planes had bombed the town of Guernica. How appropriate for Picasso to have them share a spear-shaft Pinocchio nose!
If you can see and understand that the large hidden Sword of Damocles is there in Guernica, then you should be able to find the hidden partial caricatures of Hitler and Goering sharing the long spear-shaft Pinocchio nose.
If so, then peruse this book for further revelations about Picasso's painting which is full of hidden images. Enjoy what took me somewhere between twelve to fourteen years seeking Guernica's meanings.
Melvin E. Becraft November 20, 2015