posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 04:44 AM
Well, the serpent may be attributed to absolutely anything which bears a degree of resemblance to the common characteristics of that particular
conception of thoughts. The serpent may represent the Kundalini or the Kundalini may represent the serpent; the serpent may also represent a wormhole;
the serpent may also represent a wave, which is the basic foundation of the illusory perception that is being experience by all the expressions of the
Now, one may ponder how does the concept of a wave is connected to the concept of a wormhole and why do these two technical concepts tend to be
expressed in the symbolic way of the living organism which is the serpent. So, from your perception OP it seems that you are indeed on to something.
The Feathered Serpent may indeed conceptualize the expression of one who flies through a wormhole; this however may bring us to the understanding that
wormholes are much more common than they are believed to be simply due to the fact that energy tends to penetrate all the realms of existence at once
and energy in itself is life as we know it, in this case, however, our perception of the correlation between space and time has a tendency to be a
limiting factor in our ability to fully grasp the above mentioned concept.
I would also like to add that in my opinion the serpent has a very strong tendency to represent a form of intelligence that bears resemblance to a
collaboration of species which has the core mechanics of this symbolic concept at its roots. The form of intelligence is mostly known as the
Reptilians and many cultures have their own specific names for that particular race.