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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 25 May 2016 13:39 #81

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At the end of the day though it's just a symbol.
Unless people were told what the snake was supposed to represent then as far as anyone was concerned the guy might as well have had a beaver or similar on his head.
Symbols are only as powerful as the explanation thereof.
Plus how many people buy into that explanation.
Snakes are that bit 'cooler' than beavers as well.
Beavers look quite funny, especially on some dude's head.
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 25 May 2016 21:05 #82

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GMP wrote:
At the end of the day though it's just a symbol.
Unless people were told what the snake was supposed to represent then as far as anyone was concerned the guy might as well have had a .

You've missed the point It was the people who picked the Snake as the symbol of the of the cycle of life .in the first place. It was NOT something handed to them, so the people didn't need for anyone to tell them what the Snake was supposed to represent.

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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 25 May 2016 23:58 #83

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GMP wrote:
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Spores in space and aliens are feasible postulations based on our limited knowledge of the universe. An eternal consciousness that just sprang out of nowhere sounds too much like the god depicted by the msm-promoted religions, but without the mood swings and other human characteristics.
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So ALL definitions and descriptions of spirituality or 'God' and related subjects are necessarily partial and inaccurate at best or , quite often; just shit someone has made up to convince somebody else to subscribe by way of a donation to the church funds or similar.

I think that's entirely a matter of opinion and an over simplification? It's NOT all about church donations. It's not always about money. I think there is more than one accurate description of "God" in the world today. The problem is, those who say there isn't, are usually the ones who don't look?
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 26 May 2016 05:14 #84

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I agree with Mainstream historians that there was an ancient religion involving the Snake, that spanned much of the globe. No argument from me on that one.. I also agree with the MSM that almost always the the serpent was a symbol of, "Spirituality", and "wisdom".

Totally agree with all of this.

All I've done is taken the MSM generality of the Snake being a symbol of, Spirituality" and "wisdom", and attempted to be more specific about it. Man could have choose anything to symbolize this,.

Why the Snake?

I think Man choose the Snake because the Snake, by shedding it's skin, and thereby rejuvenating itself, represented the cycle of life {birth, death, rebirth). This was the religion of that day and the symbol of the snake was the perfect creature in nature to symbolize that religion.

So what's any of this got to do with immorality? the Cycle of life which was a a widespread religion of thousands of years ago, was by default a religion of immorality. The cycle of life, death and rebirth life, had as it's fundamental nature Death. Yes. one had to physically die to be reborn and live again, when one lives after death it's called, immortality. So by necessity any belief in the cycle of life is a belief in immortality.

So the Snake religion of long ago was a religion of Man being immortal..

Thus far, in spite of all the verbiage on this thread,I haven't heard any argument of why this is not so?
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 01 Jun 2016 14:55 #85

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Why Is the Medical Symbol a Snake on a Stick?

''The image of serpents wrapped around a staff is a familiar one in the medical field, decorating pharmaceutical packaging
and hospitals alike.
Snakes bites are generally bad news, and so the animal might seem ill-fitting as the symbol of the medical profession,
but the ancient emblem actually has a quite a story behind it.

There are actually two versions of the symbol.

The winged version is known as a caduceus, and the stick is actually a staff that was carried by
the Olympian god Hermes.
In Greek mythology, Hermes was a messenger between the gods and humans (which explains the wings) and a guide
to the underworld (which explains the staff). Hermes was also the patron of travelers, which makes his connection to
medicine appropriate because, in the olden days, doctors had to travel great distances by foot in order to visit their patients.

In one version of Hermes' myth, he is given the staff by Apollo, the god of healing . In another version, he receives the staff
from Zeus, the king of the gods, and it is entwined with two white ribbons. The ribbons were later replaced by serpents,
as one story tells that Hermes used the stick to separate two fighting snakes , who then coiled around his staff and remained
there in balanced harmony.

Another, earlier depiction of the medical symbol is the staff of Asclepius, thought it has no
wings and only one snake. The son of Apollo and the human princess Coronis, Asclepius is the Greek demigod of medicine .
According to mythology, he was able to restore the health of the sick and bring the dead back to life.

In one telling, Zeus killed Asclepius with a thunderbolt for disrupting the natural order of the world by reviving the dead,
while another version states that Zeus killed him as punishment for accepting money in exchange for conducting a resurrection.
After he died, Zeus placed Asclepius among the stars as the constellation Ophiuchus, or "the serpent bearer."

The Greeks regarded snakes as sacred and used them in healing rituals to honor Asclepius, as snake venom was thought
to be remedial and their skin-shedding was viewed as a symbol of rebirth and renewal. Which is a good thing to keep in
mind the next time you spot a medical alert bracelet featuring the seemingly sinister serpents.
www.livescience.com/33104-why-is-the-medical-symbol-a-snake-on-a-stick.html

Asclepius and his staff


The Caduceus of Hermes
The Greek Hermes found his analogue in Egypt as the ancient Wisdom god Thoth, as Taaut of the Phoenicians
and in Rome as the god Mercury (all linked with a magic rod with twin snakes).

The mythical origin of his magic twin serpent caduceus is described in the story of Tiresias. Poulenc,
in "Les Mamelles de Tiresias" (The Breasts of Tiresias) tells how Tiresias--the seer who was so unhelpful to Oepidus
and Family- found two snakes copulating, and to separate them stuck his staff between them. Immediately he was
turned into a woman, and remained so for seven years, until he was able to repeat his action, and change back to male.
The transformative power in this story, strong enough to completely reverse even physical polarities of male and female,
comes from the union of the two serpents, passed on by the wand. Tiresias' staff, complete with serpents, was later
passed on to Hermes...

Caduceus Power Wand:


This wand is sold at occult, new age & witchcraft stores such as Abaxion with descriptions such as "It's central phallic rod
represents the potentiality of the masculine, and is initmately surrounded by the writhing, woven shakti energies of two
coupling serpents. The rod also represents the spine [sushumna] while the serpents conduct spiritual currents [pranas]
along the ida and pingala channels in a double helix pattern from the chakra at the base of the spine up to the pineal gland".

The caduceus as a Medical symbol



The caduceus as a Pagan symbol



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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 02 Jun 2016 00:04 #86

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Great post, Cinta

Thanks, and thanks for the link

Didn't know that about Asclepius, It just goes to show, where there is talk of immorality or resurrection. the serpent is not far away.
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 02 Jun 2016 11:18 #87

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Who knows how the history texts would have looked if the man who was so inspired by seeing a snake shed its skin had instead seen the process of a caterpillar morphing into a butterfly?
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 02 Jun 2016 20:43 #88

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More interesting stuff.

Another name for the brotherhood of the Snake was. "The Great White Brotherhood"


"Other scientists that were exploring wide distribution of serpent mythology found that they were called differently in different parts of the world. We can name only few of them, like "Nagas" ("Snakes") in India, Quetzalcoatl ("plumed serpents") in Mexico, Djedhi ("Snakes") in Egypt, Adders ("Snakes") in Britain and Lung ("Dragons") in China. They all were known under one name, "Serpents of Wisdom" and they were connected through network of spiritual adepts all over the land. These adepts were known under the name of Solar or Great White Brotherhood.

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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 04 Jun 2016 21:08 #89

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Nehushtan

''In the biblical Book of Numbers, the Nehushtan (or Nohestan) (Hebrew: נחושתן or נחש הנחושת) was a bronze serpent on a pole
which God told Moses to erect to protect the Israelites who saw it from dying from the bites of the "fiery serpents" which God
had sent to punish them for speaking against God and Moses.

King Hezekiah later instituted a religious iconoclastic reform and destroyed "the brazen serpent that Moses had made;
for unto those days the children of Israel did burn incense to it; [it was called|and he called it] Nehushtan". (2 Kings 18:4)
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OT:
Numbers 21:8,9

''Then the LORD said to Moses, "Make a fiery serpent, and set it on a standard; and it shall come about,
that everyone who is bitten, when he looks at it, he will live."
And Moses made a bronze serpent and set it on the standard; and it came about, that if a serpent bit any man,
when he looked to the bronze serpent, he live''


NT:
John 3:14

''And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of Man be lifted up''


Brazen Serpent Monument on Mount Nebo in Jordan created by Italian artist Giovanni Fantoni


The Alchemical crucified serpent


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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 04 Jun 2016 21:11 #90

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The snake's a penis, right? It's all about the glorification of the life-giving cock, wrapped up in a load of mystical bollocks.
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 06 Jun 2016 00:28 #91

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The Materialist say, you die when the body dies. there is no hereafter. The orthodox, monotheist religions say you go to heaven or hell when you die.

Anyone wanting to know what happens to them after they die ,is confronted with these two scenarios, heaven and hell, or death along with the body. In either case, the life of the individual was finalized at the death of the body.

But, there exists another paradigm. One where the individual lives on and on through a succession of bodies. i,e,, life, death, rebirth . Some like to call it, "past lives", but it;s actually all one life, whereby, when the body gets old and useless to the one who inhabits the body,, discards the old body and picks up a new one. Thus, when the body dies, you assume a new one through the Woman. The new born baby the Woman gives birth to is the older individual of the tribe who had just recently died. So it's all cyclic like everything else in nature. Man is subject to rebirth.

People like to dismiss this phenomena of, life, death rebirth as "new age religion", something to be ignored. But, it's NOT "new age" at all. In fact it is the oldest explanation of what happens to you after body death. It is as old as Man himself.

What's fascinating to me is, the Snake represented this cycle of life paradigm, and this once wide spread belief in living through a succession of bodies (life, death, rebirth) is all but gone. All that remains is superstition and myth of the Snake

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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 06 Jun 2016 10:09 #92

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With the advent of monotheism went any belief in the the survival of consciousness through the succession of bodies. The idea of the cycle of life was replaced gradually by monotheism ("the one true god").

The brotherhood of the snake, who administrated the serpent religion were infiltrated. the knowledge of the cycle of life was replaced with the "heaven or hell" paradigm.
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 06 Jun 2016 12:19 #93

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Cinta wrote:
Why Is the Medical Symbol a Snake on a Stick?

''The image of serpents wrapped around a staff is a familiar one in the medical field, decorating pharmaceutical packaging
and hospitals alike.
Snakes bites are generally bad news, and so the animal might seem ill-fitting as the symbol of the medical profession,
but the ancient emblem actually has a quite a story behind it.

There are actually two versions of the symbol.

The winged version is known as a caduceus, and the stick is actually a staff that was carried by
the Olympian god Hermes.
In Greek mythology, Hermes was a messenger between the gods and humans (which explains the wings) and a guide
to the underworld (which explains the staff). Hermes was also the patron of travelers, which makes his connection to
medicine appropriate because, in the olden days, doctors had to travel great distances by foot in order to visit their patients.

In one version of Hermes' myth, he is given the staff by Apollo, the god of healing . In another version, he receives the staff
from Zeus, the king of the gods, and it is entwined with two white ribbons. The ribbons were later replaced by serpents,
as one story tells that Hermes used the stick to separate two fighting snakes , who then coiled around his staff and remained
there in balanced harmony.

Another, earlier depiction of the medical symbol is the staff of Asclepius, thought it has no
wings and only one snake. The son of Apollo and the human princess Coronis, Asclepius is the Greek demigod of medicine .
According to mythology, he was able to restore the health of the sick and bring the dead back to life.

In one telling, Zeus killed Asclepius with a thunderbolt for disrupting the natural order of the world by reviving the dead,
while another version states that Zeus killed him as punishment for accepting money in exchange for conducting a resurrection.
After he died, Zeus placed Asclepius among the stars as the constellation Ophiuchus, or "the serpent bearer."

The Greeks regarded snakes as sacred and used them in healing rituals to honor Asclepius, as snake venom was thought
to be remedial and their skin-shedding was viewed as a symbol of rebirth and renewal. Which is a good thing to keep in
mind the next time you spot a medical alert bracelet featuring the seemingly sinister serpents.
www.livescience.com/33104-why-is-the-medical-symbol-a-snake-on-a-stick.html

Asclepius and his staff


The Caduceus of Hermes
The Greek Hermes found his analogue in Egypt as the ancient Wisdom god Thoth, as Taaut of the Phoenicians
and in Rome as the god Mercury (all linked with a magic rod with twin snakes).

The mythical origin of his magic twin serpent caduceus is described in the story of Tiresias. Poulenc,
in "Les Mamelles de Tiresias" (The Breasts of Tiresias) tells how Tiresias--the seer who was so unhelpful to Oepidus
and Family- found two snakes copulating, and to separate them stuck his staff between them. Immediately he was
turned into a woman, and remained so for seven years, until he was able to repeat his action, and change back to male.
The transformative power in this story, strong enough to completely reverse even physical polarities of male and female,
comes from the union of the two serpents, passed on by the wand. Tiresias' staff, complete with serpents, was later
passed on to Hermes...

Caduceus Power Wand:


This wand is sold at occult, new age & witchcraft stores such as Abaxion with descriptions such as "It's central phallic rod
represents the potentiality of the masculine, and is initmately surrounded by the writhing, woven shakti energies of two
coupling serpents. The rod also represents the spine [sushumna] while the serpents conduct spiritual currents [pranas]
along the ida and pingala channels in a double helix pattern from the chakra at the base of the spine up to the pineal gland".

The caduceus as a Medical symbol



The caduceus as a Pagan symbol



www.drblayney.com/Asclepius.html

Great post cinta, thank you :)
It was always going to happen!!
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The Brotherhood of the Snake.



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I believe the long life spans of the biblical heroes ,and those of the Matheo's kings list, are a direct result of the ability of certain people to be able to control their incarnations after body death, to be reborn into the same family, bloodline, or "house". E,g, 'house of David', 'house of Hathor', 'house of Horus', ect.

E,g, the biblical Abraham lived to be 170 years old, NOT because he lived in the same body for a 170 years, but because he was able to leave a body at body death, acquire a new infant body from the same 'house' and continue on being the same person, .... Abraham. Then at body death repeating the same thing over, and over again, for a total of 170 years.

Two of the most powerful ancient symbols for accomplishing this cycle of rebirth, was the Snake and the Woman.
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I believe the long life spans of the biblical heroes ,and those of the Matheo's kings list, are a direct result of the ability of certain people to be able to control their incarnations after body death, to be reborn into the same family, bloodline, or "house". E,g, 'house of David', 'house of Hathor', 'house of Horus', ect.

E,g, the biblical Abraham lived to be 170 years old, NOT because he lived in the same body for a 170 years, but because he was able to leave a body at body death, acquire a new infant body from the same 'house' and continue on being the same person, .... Abraham. Then at body death repeating the same thing over, and over again, for a total of 170 years.

Two of the most powerful ancient symbols for accomplishing this cycle of rebirth, was the Snake and the Woman.

I think that sin has corrupted creation,and Immediately after the flood the ages decreased dramatically.
Maybe the human genetic code also had developed a few defects
So over time as the result of sin this genetic code became increasingly corrupted, and human beings
became more susceptible to death and disease,this could have resulted in drastically reduced lifespans.

Psalm 90:10
“The length of our days is seventy years–or eighty, if we have the strength;
yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away.”
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The Snake and the Woman: Another clue to your forgotten immortal existence. 12 Jul 2016 21:23 #97

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Cinta wrote:
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I believe the long life spans of the biblical heroes ,and those of the Matheo's kings list, are a direct result of the ability of certain people to be able to control their incarnations after body death, to be reborn into the same family, bloodline, or "house". E,g, 'house of David', 'house of Hathor', 'house of Horus', ect.

E,g, the biblical Abraham lived to be 170 years old, NOT because he lived in the same body for a 170 years, but because he was able to leave a body at body death, acquire a new infant body from the same 'house' and continue on being the same person, .... Abraham. Then at body death repeating the same thing over, and over again, for a total of 170 years.

Two of the most powerful ancient symbols for accomplishing this cycle of rebirth, was the Snake and the Woman.

I think that sin has corrupted creation,and Immediately after the flood the ages decreased dramatically.
Maybe the human genetic code also had developed a few defects
So over time as the result of sin this genetic code became increasingly corrupted, and human beings
became more susceptible to death and disease,this could have resulted in drastically reduced lifespans.

Psalm 90:10
“The length of our days is seventy years–or eighty, if we have the strength;
yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away.”

That's very possible?

I remember reading, I believe it was, Genesis 6:1-8, or maybe it was one of the Apocrypha books, where a rebellion of 'son's of God " conspired to marry and procreate with the daughters of Man? I remember the leader of the rebellious group, lamenting to the others, "I fear a great sin shall befall me should I do this deed and I alone shall have to atone for this great sin' .

So evidently, marrying and procreating with the daughters of Man, constituted a 'great sin'?

Fascinating stuff!
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