Take the vague storyline behind New Moon on Monday by Duran Duran. There is a regime which is apparently quite evil. The band-members organize a revolt under the auspices of the revolutionary La Luna. The people rise up and the regime is destroyed, along with its surveillance technology.
So far, so Crone. But the final scene involves a huge party in the square, fireworks and a sense that they will recreate society along improved lines. La Luna, like Liberty, is destruction.
What comes next is rebirth, growth, expansion, new ideas and a different way of doing things. It's exciting and it's bold. They have their whole lives in front of them and a new world to create. The Maiden will be right alongside them, as they craft their Constitution and start the process of nation building.
Every time that we turn over a new leaf in our ordinary lives, or get a new hair-style, or reinvent ourselves in other ways, the Maiden is smiling on.