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The CADUCEUS, universal medical symbol. It is also the staff of HERMES and (Tut)moses. This symbol represents the awakened KUNDALINI also known as the DIVINE SERPENT or NAGA.

victoriousvocabulary: “ CADUCEUS [noun] (from Greek κηρύκειον kērukeion “herald’s staff”) the staff carried by Hermes in Greek mythology. The same staff was also borne by heralds in general, for.

Bienecke, 1600

Monster – Python [Mercurius as three-headed dragon.] German, circa Man-bird-snake with red mid-calf boots.

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The symbol of the Caduceus illustrates the Tantric practice of the Integration of Opposites. Notice the Kundalini serpent energy intertwining at the Sacral & Heart chakras and stimulating the Anja (Third Eye) chakras.

tree of life

°Tree of Dark & Light from Valentine Weigel Studium Universale 1695

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Orphic Egg

The egg symbolizes the belief in the Greek Orphic religion that the universe originated from within a silver egg.

Rising Sun and the Black Sun from Splendor Solis, a German alchemical treatise, 1582.

The Sun. Miniature of a Raising Sun and a Black Sun (Sol Niger) setting on the outskirts of a city from ‘Splendor Solis’ (The Splendour of the Sun) a German illuminated alchemical treatise , dated 1582

"The Guru who is capable of making each man's soul circulate within himself and illuminate him all over by his own power and knows the world by seeing within himself with complete equanimity, and seeing himself as The Creator is truly an Avadhuta".

CHAKRAMAN - 1880 - Nepal - a confluence of Hinduism and Buddhism - the red and white spheres at the bottom of the piece represent Ida and Pingala, the dual red and white kundalini energies.

alchemical figure

Coloured alchemical emblems First section of Ripley Scroll, redrawn and coloured by Adam McLean from the copy in the Fitzwilliam Musaeum, Cambridge, possibly the earliest known example (early

occult symbolism in metropolis

Hermetic Philosophy The phrase surrounding the oroboros in the above image is ‘Quod Superius Macroprosopus, Quod Inferius Microprosopus.’ It is equivalent to the Latin phrase ‘Quod superius sicut quot inferius’ which means ‘As above, so below.

Alchemy: Woodcut of hermaphrodite from Barthelemy Aneau, Picta Poesis, 1552. An Alchemy artwork.

Alchemy: Woodcut of hermaphrodite from Barthelemy Aneau, Picta Poesis, An Alchemy artwork.

Putrefactio, Alchemy, nigredo

In alchemy, Nigredo, or blackness, means putrefaction or decomposition. The alchemists believed that as a first step in the pathway to the philosopher's stone all alchemical ingredients had to be cleansed and cooked extensively to a uniform black matter.