Serpents Eggs And Dragons
The serpent, or snake, is one of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols. Snakes have been associated with some of the oldest rituals known to humankind.
Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. - Genesis 3:1
Tracing the Origins of the Serpent Cult
The Bite of the Serpent Logos
Kadru : the ancestral mother of snakes
The Symbol Of Serpent and Dragon – An Jungian View
Horned Serpent ~ Unktehi
Serpents in the Bible
Among the legends of the Enchanted Moura:
Princesa moura appears as a snake with long blond hair and
Moura-serpente is a shapeshifter who takes the form of a snake or cobra.
Egypt Cobra Mythology
The Symbolism of Snakes and Serpents in Hinduism
Serpents and Snakes Myth Encyclopedia
The Hopi Indians
refer to a race of reptillians called the Sheti or "Snake-Brothers"
who live underground & above ground in shape shift "human" form.
Snakes In Chinese Mythology
Dragon - Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia
List of Dragons in Mythology and Folklore
Dragon New World Encyclopedia
Dragon Power Animal Symbol Of Transformation Infinity Wisdom
Dragon Symbolism Dragon Meaning Dragon Symbols
Dragons and Their Meanings - Intl. Starseed Network
Dragon Meaning & Dragon Symbolism Around the World
Tibet's Dragon Culture - China Tibet Information Center
Chinese Dragon: A Powerful Metaphor in Chinese Cultural History
Serpent and Egg in America ~ Cosmic Serpent Images Page
Legend of the White Snake
A version from More English Fairy Tales, 1894, as collected by Joseph Jacobs
Nüwa as wife or sister, is described with her husband Fuxi as the first of the creator deities, and often called the "parents of humankind". They are often depicted as joined as half people - half snake or dragon.
The Dragon (Beowulf)
Ananta - Shesha
Yamata no Orochi
Echidna was a monster, half-woman and half-snake, who lived alone in a cave. She was the mate of the fearsome monster Typhon, and known primarily for being the mother of monsters,including many of the most famous monsters of Greek myth.
enshrined as a serpent, is the supreme god of Fiji. He judges newly dead souls after they pass through one of two caves: Cibaciba or Drakulu. A few he sends to paradise Burotu. Most others are thrown into a lake, where they will eventually sink to the bottom (Murimuria) to be appropriately rewarded or punished.
is a goddess in ancient Chinese mythology best known for creating mankind and repairing the pillar of heaven regularly called the "Snake Goddess" often depicted as having the body of a snake.
Chronos and his daughter and consort Ananke circled the primal world egg in their coils and split it apart to form the ordered universe of earth, sea, and sky.
Caduceus Crystalinks ~ Wikipedia
Aaron's Rod: When Pharaoh demands to see a miracle, he is to "cast down his rod" and it will become a serpent. When he does so, Pharaoh's sorcerers counter by similarly casting down their own rods, which also become serpents, but Aaron's rod/serpent swallows them all.
Staff of Moses: God appears to Moses in the burning bush. God asks what Moses has in his hand, and Moses answers "a staff". The staff is miraculously transformed into a snake and then back into a staff.
The Rod of Asclepius:the Rod of Asclepius a physician's staff, or healing scepter, entwined with a non-venomous snake.
Khonvoum: carries a bow made of two snake which appears to mortals as a rainbow
The Caduceus vs the Staff of Asclepius
Here Be Dragons
Serpent Symbolism Associated With Phallic Worship Sacred Text Archive
What Freud Says on Snake Symbols in Dreams
The Serpent Was a Phallic Symbol
Sex and Dreams: The Language of Dreams (a snake entry)
Dream Symbols - Snake
Omne vivum ex ovo
"all life comes from an egg"
Hiranyagarbha (the cosmic egg - golden womb - golden egg)
Brahma is identified with the Vedic god Prajapati, as well as linked to Kama and Hiranyagarbha (the cosmic egg)
Phanes is often equated with Eros and Mithras and has been depicted as a deity emerging from a cosmic egg, entwined with a serpent
Leda was admired by Zeus, who seduced her in the guise of a swan. As a swan, Zeus fell into her arms for protection from a pursuing eagle. Their consummation, on the same night as Leda lay with her husband Tyndareus, resulted in two eggs from which hatched Helen Clytemnestra, and Castor and Pollux (also known as the Dioscuri.
The Black Egg, Pan Gu and the World
Eggs as the Symbol of Creation Japanese Mythology
The Hermopolitans claimed that their theory of creation was older than any other in Egypt. In Hermopolis, four differing stories of the Creation were known. The first stated that the world began in a cosmic egg which was laid by a celestial goose on the primeval mound. The egg contained the bird of light, Ra who then created the world. Pilgrims to Hermopolis were often shown the remains of this great egg. The four gods were depicted with frog heads, while the goddesses were shown with the heads of serpents.
Easter Egg Wikipedia
Easter Egg Origin
Beyond Ishtar: The Tradition of Eggs at Easter (Scientific American)
Why do Aztec Dragons and Chinese Dragons look so much alike?? Two civilizations separated by time and space. Are the Ancient Astronaut theorists right??
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believe it was Sathanas in the form of the Serpent who brought the knowledge (gnosis) of the true God to Eve when she ate of the Tree of Knowledge.
Fiery Flying Serpent Genesis Spark ~ Wikipedia