Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt

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Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt

Serpent in the Sky: The High Wisdom of Ancient Egypt

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What if these questions help us topple some of the cherished assumptions we blindly hold (and defend)? Nu Serpentis is a binary star about 193 light years from Earth. It belongs to the spectral class A0/A1V. The primary component is a white main sequence dwarf with a visual magnitude of 4.32. The companion has a magnitude of 8.4 and is separated from the primary star by 46 seconds of arc. λ Serpentis (Lambda Serpentis) Ji pagrįstai gali būti laikoma baltų – lietuvių ir latvių – pasaka, nes daugiausia jos variantų užrašyta Lietuvoje ir Latvijoje." Bagočiūnas, Saulis. ""Eglė žalčių karalienė": pasakos topografijos paieškos" ["Eglė - the Queen of Serpents": in search of the tale's topography]. In: Tautosakos darbai [Folklore Studies]. 2008, 36, p. 64. ISSN 1392-2831 [2]

This alarmed Hades, god of the dead, who became concerned that his kingdom was in jeopardy; what would happen if Aesculapius told his secret to other doctors? This would cheat this god of the underworld of some of his anticipated "guests." So, he prevailed upon his brother Zeus to liquidate both Orion and Aesculapius with a thunderbolt. And yet when we put the human soul, and the constant hungering of a God for all mankind to come to know and return love to Him, we start to see light amid the shadows in the cave. We can see how the hermetic and occultic writings are pinned against truths of math, observation, and astronomy. Serpens constellation lies in the northern hemisphere. Its name means “the serpent” in Latin. Serpens is one of the Greek constellations, first catalogued by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.

Neutron Stars in Serpens

Le Roy Ladurie, Emmanuel; Le Goff, Jacques. "Mélusine maternelle et défricheuse". In: Annales. Économies, Sociétés, Civilisations. 26ᵉ année, N. 3-4, 1971. pp. 593-594. doi: 10.3406/ahess.1971.422431 In Late Antiquity, as the arcane study of alchemy developed, Mercury was understood to be the protector of those arts too and of arcane or occult "Hermetic" information in general. Chemistry and medicines linked the rod of Hermes with the staff of the healer Asclepius, which was wound with a serpent; it was conflated with Mercury's rod, and the modern medical symbol—which should simply be the rod of Asclepius—often became Mercury's wand of commerce. Another version is used in alchemy where the snake is crucified, known as Nicolas Flamel's caduceus. Art historian Walter J. Friedlander, in The Golden Wand of Medicine: A History of the Caduceus Symbol in Medicine (1992), collected hundreds of examples of the caduceus and the rod of Asclepius and found that professional associations were just somewhat more likely to use the staff of Asclepius, while commercial organizations in the medical field were more likely to use the caduceus.

Under yet another tree (the Bodhi Tree of Enlightenment), the Buddha sat in ecstatic meditation. When a storm arose, the mighty serpent king Mucalinda rose up from his place beneath the earth and enveloped the Buddha in seven coils for seven days, so as not to break his ecstatic state. The serpent, or snake, is one of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols. The word is derived from Latin serpens, a crawling animal or snake. Snakes have been associated with some of the oldest rituals known to humankind [1] [2] and represent dual expression [3] of good and evil. [4]

Double Stars in Serpens

The Minoan Snake Goddess brandished a serpent in either hand, perhaps evoking her role as source of wisdom, rather than her role as Mistress of the Animals ( Potnia Theron), with a leopard under each arm. Aarne, Antti. Verzeichnis der Märchentypen. Folklore Fellows Classification 3. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Tiedeakatemian Toimituksia, 1910. p. 29. [4]



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