Universal Serpent Cult (wisdom Of The Serpent)

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You see it? a thing of beauty. This ltittle symbol is often slandered, accused of having an  "Evil" theme to it IT art not so. it's just one of the many ways in which people knowingly or not thumb their nose at the the system. That rod? the two coiled snakes. They represent healing thru a balance of forces. Thru the awakening of the kundalini, and thru the balancing of masculine and feminine energy. One snake represents the masculine and the other the feminine. ironically our dollar sign $ only has one snake. Why is that? because it's disconnected... They associate it with healing and they have said the caduesus is associated with commerence, wel in reality I think the symbols were originally REVERSED. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_of_Asclepius)

This cadesus somewhere along the lines got slandered with it's commerence association because they wanted to make it look materailistic. Well in realtiy the dollar sign is the one that is materailism devorced of spirualtiy.

BOTH are healing symbols. This wikipedia crap about it being a symbol of commernce is all wrong.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sumer_anunnaki/esp_sumer_annunaki07.htm

The serpent always represents spiritual wisdom, life and healing. The first symbols of serpents were attributed to Enki and then Ninhursag. However, the story of the serpent becoming an evil symbol began with the wars between Enki and his brother, Enlil (later known by the name "Allah"). These conflicts began at birth and had to do with birthright to the royal throne of the Nibiruan civilization in which their father, Anu, was the leader and father to Enki and Enlil. There was a time when Anu felt Enki (due to his wisdom and magical abilities) was the only savior of the Anunnaki people ("Enuma Elish").

This story later was reflected in Cain and Abel, and all the stories throughout your times of brothers competing for power, favoritism and inheritance. Enlil’s anger with Enki caused him to twist the truth around to make the serpent evil, which later became what you know as the story in the Bible. What you think of as being Satan is not that at all, but THE REVERSE!

THIS IS WHY REALITY IS EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT IT SHOULD BE. Why ALL OF us do not feel at HOME, why EVERYTHING Feels UPSIDE DOWN. you have been DUPED into worshiping none other than the villian in ancient sumeria!

I realize this is all batshit insanity from me, but this is literally how the tablets read, and somewhere along the way I think enki was made into satan. That many will not consider this "Scholarly research" but I would like to point out the following, which there is clear evidence of:

There are so many traditions that ALL Have to do with the  serpent at the root.

The kabbalah: the path of the serpent back up the tree.
THe kundalini: coiled serpent energy.
DNA double helix: compare to the Cadeusus.

the serpent is the universeal symbol of life death and rebirth.  
. As the serpent sheds its skin, it is reborn. As the serpent crawls on the ground with grace and fluidity it is connected to earth and the powers of healing. The venom of this mysterious power animal can cause death. Serpent truly embodies many mysteries and has a place of honor in world traditions.

In ancient times, the serpent was worshipped worldwide. The crowns of ancient Egyptian pharaohs and deities were capped with a cobra. A golden sculpture of the cobra goddess Neith was discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamen. Another serpent goddess of ancient Egypt, Uachet, was a desert warrioress invoked for priestly protection.

Ancient Greece was home to many serpent religions. The python was the sacred animal of Delphi, the famous site of oracle and healing. The ancient Greek seer Melampus learned to tell the future and cure people by understanding the language of birds (hear the subtlety of nature) after serpents spoke in his ear. An ancient Greek Pelasgian creation myth tells of the goddess Eurynome who divided the waters from the heavens. As she danced upon the waves, she created the great serpent Ophion who coiled about her and coupled with her. Eurynome became a dove and laid the universal egg. The serpent coiled around the egg until it hatched. Out of the egg emerged all of creation.


Images of serpents and serpent goddesses were found all over the ancient Mediterranean, such as Cretan and Minoan serpent goddess figurines. The goddess Hygieia, patroness of healing and midwifery, engaged the serpent as her symbol. The Greek doctor Aescepylus used the symbol of entwined serpents as his healing totem. Today the American Medical Association uses a wand wrapped by a serpent as their symbol of healing.

Serpent is important in ancient stories of death and immortality. In the Sumerian tale of Gilgamesh, serpent steals the herb of immortality to keep it from humans.

Serpent deities of America include Coatlique, an Aztec mother goddess with a double serpent rattlesnake head and skirt of writhing serpents. She wears a necklace of human skulls. Another Mexican serpent deity is the moon goddess Coyolxauhqui. Perhaps the greatest Aztec deity is Quetzalcoatl, the plumed serpent god. The Mayan Serpent god, Culculcan, was worshipped in the Yucatan. He is seen crawling down the pyramid of Chichen Itza. North American Hopi Indians honored the serpent and still use live rattlesnakes in yearly rain dance.



all over the world, Serpent was glorified. The African Dogon and many other cultures honor the serpent for its healing and regenerative powers. The Baga of Guinea honored the python, and python was a main deity of the Blue Nile region. The powerful deity of the Africans who were brought to Haiti during the slave trade was the serpent Damballa Wedo. The East Indian cobra serpent goddess Kadru gave birth to the naga serpents of India. One opened its hood to protect Buddha from raindrops.

Everywhere serpent was revered: The kundalini serpent of tantric yoga, the serpent mounds in Scotland and in the American south, the rainbow serpent Ngaqlijod of aboriginal Australia, serpent goddesses in Angkor Wat Cambodia, and the Northern European serpent god Midgard-Worm who was depicted with his tail in his mouth.

In ancient China, serpent was honored as a celestial deity and is one of the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac. (See the Taoist Astrology section of this web site to read more about the Chinese Serpent.)


and yet we now see the serpent as "Fallen" and Evil... That may be one small reason, reality seems so ****** up. 
ManifestoOfThePhoenix ManifestoOfThePhoenix
31-35, M
May 24, 2012