This card is divided by thick white lines into four quadrants: NW covered in clouds (Air), NE showing roiling waves (Water), SW showing a rocky outcropping with sparse grass peeking through the rocks (Earth), and SE showing flames and smoke (Fire).
In the center of the white cross there is a red heart and in the center of the heart there is a nude woman (possibly a Hermaphrodite) with winged sandals and a caduceus in her left hand (both symbols of Hermes). In her right hand is a red rose - this and the heart suggest Aphrodite to me. The woman has flowing curly brown hair and she's wearing a laurel wreath. There are straight lines shadowing the woman on her left side, suggesting movement and speed.
Surrounding the heart is a red snake with a greenish belly, eating its own tail. Above the snake is another red flower, with five petals and below it is a drop of red blood (a yod symbol?).
So, this is the World for the third time in just a few days. This one shows the balance of the elements, and the integration of Hermes/Aphrodite...male/female, mind and heart. The figure is active and has what she needs to succeed, materially and spiritually - this is a life that is integrated, balanced, and complete and connected to spirit.
The LWB that comes with this deck is incredibly sparse (this deck needs an in-depth manual to go with it, very badly), but the text for this card is "The Red Stone - the Goal of the Work - the Fifth Element - the Soul of the World. The good, the inner guide the object of one's goals"
While I'm not at all familiar with 'the red stone', I do get the World as the object of one's goals... the attainment and incorporation of one's desires into one's life.