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TOPIC: Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT

Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 01 Aug 2013 09:12 #1

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The fiery flying serpent is a creature mentioned in the Book of Isaiah (30:6).
References to "fiery serpents" lacking a mention of flight can be found in several places in the Hebrew Bible.
The Book of Mormon: 1Nephi 17:41 "...he sent fiery flying serpents among them; and after they were bitten he prepared a way that they might be healed;"
In the History of Herodotus, Book 2, Herodotus describes flying winged serpents.


The worship of a feathered serpent deity is first documented in Teotihuacan in the first century BC or first century AD.
The earliest representations of feathered serpents appear in the Olmec culture (circa 1400-400 BCE).
In many MesoAmerican cultures, the serpent was regarded as a portal between two worlds.

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If you visualise the sun disc as three dimensional it could well be a rod or a snake form.
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Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 01 Aug 2013 16:05 #2

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I would say yes it is and further it is very old.


The Egyptian conception of the serpent was of the primal chaotic force, which was bent into a form around 'god' which became the force of life. Now if we think of the proportion of the golden mean as being the perfect form we see the Fibonacci numbers spiraling around it , and can be seen as the force of life. The wings showing this form has the connection of 'god' and life. and thus is traditionally associated with messenger gods and healing.
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Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 02 Aug 2013 21:44 #3

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There's something about it here:

www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sumer_anunnaki/esp_sumer_annunaki07.htm

Hopefully of use!

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Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 16 Jun 2014 20:45 #5

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"The truth must be repeated over and over again,
because error is repeatedly preached among us, not
only by individuals, but by the masses. In periodicals
and cyclopaedias, in schools and universities; every-
where, in fact, error prevails, and is quite easy in the
feeling that it has a decided majority on its side."

~ J. W. v. Goethe

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Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 16 Jun 2014 22:53 #6

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It symbolized, "the bond of Heaven and Earth". The serpent being the closest thing to the ground, the wings or bird being the closest thing to heaven.

Interestingly, the winged serpent was a worldwide symbol. We find it in South America as well as China. Yes, the Chinese dragon is nothing more than another representation of a winged serpent.
Birth is not a beginning; death is not an end. There is existence without limitation; there is continuity without a starting point.” ~ Chuang Tzu
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European folklore/fairytales know the winged dragon as well ...




and the dragonslayer





and snake/serpent was always a synonym for dragons and basilisks, but ...





there seems to be a fine line between one and the other ...?

In the end every symbol has the meaning someone attributes to it.
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Feathered plumed winged flying SERPENT 17 Jun 2014 20:46 #8

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Y Ddraig Goch (The Red Dragon)

The Welsh Dragon – Welsh: Y Ddraig Goch (“the red dragon”) pronounced – appears on the national flag of Wales. The flag is also called Y Ddraig Goch. The oldest recorded use of the dragon to symbolise Wales is in the Historia Brittonum, written around AD 829, but it is popularly supposed to have been the battle standard of King Arthur and other ancient Celtic leaders. Its association with these leaders along with other evidence from archaeology, literature, and documentary history lead many to suppose that it evolved from an earlier Romano-British national symbol. During the reigns of the Tudor monarchs, the red dragon was used as a supporter in the English Crown’s coat of arms (one of two supporters, along with the traditional English lion). The red dragon is often seen as symbolising all things Welsh, and is used by many public and private institutions. These include the Welsh Government, Visit Wales, and numerous local authorities including Blaenau Gwent, Cardiff, Carmarthenshire, Newport, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Swansea, and sports bodies, including the Sport Wales National Centre, the Football Association of Wales, Cardiff City F.C., Newport Gwent Dragons, and London Welsh RFC.

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Mabinogion

In the Mabinogion story Lludd and Llefelys, the red dragon fights with an invading White Dragon. His pained shrieks cause women to miscarry, animals to perish and plants to become barren. Lludd, king of Britain, goes to his wise brother Llefelys in France. Llefelys tells him to dig a pit in the centre of Britain, fill it with mead, and cover it with cloth. Lludd does this, and the dragons drink the mead and fall asleep. Lludd imprisons them, still wrapped in their cloth, in Dinas Emrys in Snowdonia (Welsh: Eryri).

Historia Brittonum

The tale is taken up by Nennius in the Historia Brittonum. The dragons remain at Dinas Emrys for centuries until King Vortigern tries to build a castle there. Every night the castle walls and foundations are demolished by unseen forces. Vortigern consults his advisers, who tell him to find a boy with no natural father, and sacrifice him. Vortigern finds such a boy (who is later, in some tellings, to become Merlin) who is supposed to be the wisest wizard ever to live. On hearing that he is to be put to death to end the demolition of the walls, the boy is dismissive of the advice, and tells the king about the two dragons. Vortigern excavates the hill, freeing the dragons. They continue their fight and the red dragon finally defeats the white dragon. The boy tells Vortigern that the white dragon symbolises the Saxons and that the red dragon symbolises the people of Vortigern. If Vortigern is accepted to have lived in the 5th century, then these people are the British whom the Saxons failed to subdue and who became the Welsh.

The same story is repeated in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s History of the Kings of Britain, where the red dragon is also a prophecy of the coming of King Arthur. Note that Arthur’s father was named Uther Pendragon (‘Pendragon’: ‘Pen’ (Head) and ‘Dragon’, being translated by Geoffrey as “dragon’s head”).

Henry VII

Henry Tudor flew the red dragon of Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon as his banner, overlaid on a green and white field representing the Tudor House, when he marched through Wales on his way to Bosworth Field. After the battle the flag was carried in state to St. Paul’s Cathedral to be blessed.

Royal Badge

n 1953 the Red Dragon badge of Henry VII was given an augmentation of honour. The augmented badge is blazoned: Within a circular riband Argent fimbriated Or bearing the motto Y DDRAIG GOCH DDYRY CYCHWYN [“the red dragon inspires action”], in letters Vert, and ensigned with a representation of the Crown proper, an escutcheon per fesse Argent and Vert and thereon the Red Dragon passant. Winston Churchill, the then prime minister, despised the badge’s design.

In 1956 this badge was added to the arms of the Welsh capital city Cardiff by placing it on collars around the necks of the two supporters of the shield. The badge was the basis of a flag of Wales in which it was placed on a background divided horizontally with the top half white and bottom half green. In 1959 Government use of this flag was dropped in favour of the current flag at the urging of the Gorsedd of Bards

The badge is currently used by the Wales Office and is printed on Statutory Instruments made by the National Assembly for Wales. The badge was previously used in the corporate logo of the Assembly until the “dynamic dragon” logo was adopted.

There is a further badge for Wales, belonging to the Princes of Wales since 1901, of the red dragon on a mount but with a label of three points Argent about the shoulder to difference it from the monarch’s badge. (A similar label of three points is used in his arms, crest and supporters for the same reason.)

This Royal badge was supplanted by a new official Royal badge in 2008, which eliminated the red dragon altogether.





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I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant.

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KABBALAH - SEPHIROTH - DAATH - WINGED SERPENTS 07 Feb 2015 10:25 #11

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