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Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« on: April 24, 2008, 07:46:22 pm »




That symbol, called a Caduceus, was carried by Hermes (The Greek god of commerce, invention, cunning, and theft, who also served as messenger, scribe, and herald for the other gods.) It was given to him (according to one legend) by Apollo. The Caduceus, is nearly universal, found in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and India, where it is always a symbol of harmony and balance. The symbol may have originally been a symbol of the sovereignity of the Goddess Tanit.

The symbol of two intertwined snakes appeared early in Babylonia and is related to other serpent symbols of fertility, wisdom, and healing, and of sun gods. This staff of Hermes was carried by Greek heralds and ambassadors and became a Roman symbol for truce, neutrality, and noncombatant status. By regulation, since 1902 it has been mistakingly utilized as the insignia of the medical branch of the U.S. army in the place of the wand of Asclepius (Asculapius). The caduceus is much used as a symbol of commerce, postal service, and ambassadorial positions.

In the Hermetic Tradition, the cadeceus is a symbol of spiritual awakening, and has been likened to the Kundalini serpents of Hindu mysticism.


"The Caduceus was originally a healing tool employed in the temples of Atlantis and Egypt. It had been brought into this realm by the Illumined Master, Thoth. The wings on the Caduceus are symbolic of the liberation of consciousness from the warp and weave of dual systems, once it moves up the staff between the serpents and further, beyond their reach. The Caduceus additionally represents the DNA helix, which contains the crystalline frequency of all morphogenetic fields.

Morphogenetic fields connect all living being through a constant exchange of knowledge in the Language of Light. There is also a deeper symbology to the Caduceus, and that is the Christed Consciousness of the mind, once it is fully illumined through the heart which is the true Seat of the Soul. The actual "Thoth Staff" or "Paradma" contained only the heads of the serpents. This allowed the staff itself to be handled more easily and to have sent within it more specifically placed, certain stones and power symbols. The "wings" on the original staff acted somewhat like a satellite dish, as receptors for the energies of the body that the Paradma was engaging."[SOURCE]





"The Sanskrit word 'Kundalini', is an energy in a form of 2 coiled caduceus serpents, that lies dormant at the base of the spine, until it is activated and lifted upwards, through the 7 chakras - 7 seals in your body; as related in the book of Apocalypse 5:2-5.

When the 2 allegorical caduceus serpents, the matter and antimatter are lifted upwards, thus criss + cross + for the final divine unification, the super genius consciousness bridge is formed between the pineal and pituitary glands.

When this transpires, the pineal and pituitary hormones criss + cross and unite together, and the RNA DNA Immune Hormone Substance IHS is transformed through the process of Xenogenesis spontaneous regeneration and transfiguration in the twinkling of an eye; in the immortal Christos, the Christ, the promised redeemer from death.

Man has now become the alchemist, the parent to his Christ. At that moment he is reunited with the divine creator; hence belongs to eternity. He has become matter and antimatter of crystal clear immaculate nuclear energy light, whereby he is now permitted to eat from the tree of life the milk and honey manna, the food of the gods."[SOURCE]
"The Subject is the object if it's own subjection. The Object is the subject of it's own objection."

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2009, 06:33:26 pm »
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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2009, 10:25:23 pm »

I am very 'up' on this topic, this is good info

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2009, 01:44:14 pm »
Notwithstanding the fact that the Caduceus was also made the symbol of medicine for a very good reason. It was also used by Asclepius, Hippocrates, and in some older cultures who revered its healing qualities.

There is absolutely nothing evil about the caduceus itself. It is a wonderful symbol that bears some very interesting history. It is also interesting how the figure of the shape of DNA is revealed at a time that wasn't known for the kinds of medical studies we have today!

Also remember that the serpents were highly regarded for their healing properties. Even today, snake anti-venom is made from the originally-poisonous venom! This shows the duality of all things in Nature, that anything can be used for harm OR good!

" Suur Drak'sha, suur Drak'sho! "

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2009, 06:12:14 am »
I thought that he was presenting historial facts as to its origins and previous uses.  Are you a New Ager or Wiccan?

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2009, 11:41:43 am »
This symbol comes from the Old Testament where Moses had a staff with a serpent hung on it for those bitten by the fire serpents sent by God as a punishment to be healed when they looked upon it.  It was a prefiguring and foreshadowing of Jesus hanging on the cross where we were healed (spiritually) by him.  8)

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #6 on: December 17, 2009, 12:39:52 pm »
The caduceus can also be seen as a representation of the Borromean rings concept or more specifically as the Brunnian braid.  If any one component of the symbol is removed (whether that be one of the 2 snakes or the sword) the other two components will become unlinked.

The Borromean rings symbol and the Brunnian braid concept have been used since ancient times to symbolize unity or strength.  They had also been used as a religious motif signifying the Trinity.  A mathematical explanation for the Borromean rings and the Brunnian braid was not explored until 1876 when Peter Tait, a physicist, used them in knots.

A recent experiment showed that the concept of the Borromean rings could be recreated using particles in the lab.  The physicist, Randy Hulet, subsequently presented his findings at a meeting in Rome.

I think these recent findings bring a lot of new meaning to the caduceus!

Article of Randy Hulet's findings regarding the Borromean rings concept: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/12/091211131526.htm
Borromean Rings and Prime Knots in Ancient Temples: http://www.springerlink.com/content/g712r417895734r1/

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #7 on: December 27, 2009, 11:58:39 am »
Woow, so this was removed from one topic and made into a topic of its own?

Ok, I wrote a simular topic some years ago, just releated with the THEORY of aliens:

http://www.pacman.name43.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=3047&p=17702#p17702

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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
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Re: Caduceus -- The Staff of Thoth, Seat of the Soul
« Reply #9 on: December 28, 2009, 05:44:15 am »
LOL, nice photoshop carlee - did you put the colors in your self?  ::)

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