Hiddeπ Amur∆Ka: Thr𓂀ce (G)REatEST ॐ

Hiddeπ Amur∆Ka: Thr𓂀ce (G)REatEST ॐ



We Need to Talk About the Serpent (A 🧵) "The Serpent shows the Way to Hidden Things..." "The seven-headed snake represents the Supreme Deity manifesting through His Elohim, or Seven Spirits, by whose aid He established His universe."

"The coils of the snake symbolize the motion and the orbits of the celestial bodies, and it is the symbol of the serpent twisted around the egg represented both the apparent motion of the sun around the earth, & the bands of astral light, which move about the planet incessantly."

"Electricity was commonly symbolized by the serpent because of its motion. Electricity passing between the poles of a spark gap is serpentine in its motion. Force projected through atmosphere was called The Great Snake."

"Being symbolic of universal force, the serpent was emblematic of both good and evil. Force can tear down as rapidly as it can build up. The serpent with its tail in its mouth is the symbol of eternity, for in this position the body of the reptile has neither beginning nor end."

"The head and tail represent the positive and negative poles of the cosmic life circuit. The initiates of the Mysteries were often referred to as serpents, and their wisdom was considered analogous to the divinely inspired power of the snake."

"There is no doubt that the title "Winged Serpents" (the Seraphim?) was given to one of the invisible hierarchies that labored with the earth during its early formation."

"The serpent is true to the principle of wisdom, for it tempts man to the knowledge of himself. Therefore the knowledge of self resulted from man's disobedience to the Demiurgus, Jehovah."

"How the serpent came to be in the garden of the Lord after God had declared that all creatures which He had made during the six days of creation were good has not been satisfactorily answered by the interpreters of Scripture."

The tree that grows in the midst of the garden is the spinal fire; the knowledge of the use of that spinal fire is the gift of the great serpent. The serpent is the symbol of the Universal Savior, who redeems the worlds by it knowledge of itself & the realization of good & evil.

"If this be not so, why did Moses raise a brazen serpent upon a cross in the wilderness that all who looked upon it might be saved from the sting of the lesser snakes? Was not the brazen serpent a prophecy of the crucified Man to come?"

"If the serpent be only a thing of evil, why did Christ instruct His disciples to be as wise as serpents?"

"The serpent was chosen as the head of the reptilian family. Serpent worship in some form has permeated nearly all parts of the earth."

"The serpent mounds of the American Indian; the carved-stone snakes of Central and South America; the hooded cobras of India; Python, the great snake o the Greeks; the sacred serpents of the Druids; the Midgard snake of Scandinavia; the Nagas of Burma, Siam, and Cambodia."

"The brazen serpent of the Jews; the mystic serpent of Orpheus; the snakes at the oracle; of Delphi twining themselves around the tripod upon which the Pythian priestess sat, the tripod itself being in the form of twisted serpents."

"The sacred serpents preserved in the Egyptian temples; the Uræus coiled upon the foreheads of the Pharaohs and priests;--all these bear witness to the universal veneration in which the snake was held."

"In the ancient Mysteries the serpent entwining a staff was the symbol of the physician. The serpent-wound staff of Hermes remains the emblem of the medical profession. Among nearly all these ancient people the serpent was accepted as the symbol of wisdom or salvation." (M. HALL)

"The Nâgas of the Hindu and Tibetan adepts were human Nâgas (Serpents), not reptiles. Moreover, the Serpent has ever been the type of consecutive or serial rejuvenation, of IMMORTALITY and TIME."

"The earliest Initiates and Adepts, or the “Wise Men,” for whom it is claimed that they were initiated into the mysteries of nature by the UNIVERSAL MIND, represented by the highest angels, were named the “Serpents of Wisdom” and “Dragons.”

"In every ancient language the word dragon signified what it now does in Chinese: “the being who excels in intelligence” and in Greek 'drakon' meaning “he who sees and watches". In China “the Dragons of Wisdom” were the first disciples of the Dhyanis."

"Sesha-Naga, the King of the “Serpent” race, is synonymous with Ananta, the seven-headed Serpent, on which Vishnu sleeps during the pralayas. Ananta is the “endless” and the symbol of eternity, and as such, one with Space, while Sesha is only periodical in his manifestations."

"The Hindu serpent Sesha or Ananta, “the Infinite,” a name of Vishnu, whose first Vahan or vehicle on the primordial waters is this serpent. Sesha is “the couch of Vishnu” is an allegorical abstraction, symbolizing infinite Time in Space, which contains the germ." 🧵🔚

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