|No matter your word or your view the serpent
is the serpent
anguis snake coluber colubra excetra hydra
im a Nordic Shaman and a practitioner of blood i walk the path of the Serpent and seek its knowledge and the path to truths i am not one to be messed around i aim to collect the knowelege of the world and grow my own strength and seek the day of Ragnarok hopeing to see with my own eyes the new world born of the flames of chaos and knowledge
To all those who wish to ask questions about stupid subjects like fairy tale beings or monsters alike forget it i have no time for those moronic thoughts
Also too those who dare call them selves Christian pagans beware I will show no quater in cutting you down the thought of the pagan way corrupted by vile Christian lies makes me sick
the being that represents my spirit bond to this realm is the Serpent
everyday i strive to learn as much as i can to prove my worth to those who have come before me
My path well its diffrent to say the least as i walk a path of Serpents and knowledge
"seek a world to wrap in my coils and crush nice and tight then drive in the fangs to give the kiss of knowledge and the venom that make the heart race and wish to live again given a power like no other and bound to none a bite the like of which this world has never met"
The Midgard Serpent or World Serpent because it is fortold When he lets go, the world will end. the greeks reffered to the great serpent as the Ouroboros
The name originates from within Greek language; (oura) meaning "tail" and (boros) meaning "eating".
The Ouroboros represents the perpetual cyclic renewal of life and infinity, the concept of eternity and the eternal return, and represents the cycle of life, death and rebirth, leading to immortality.
The Ouroboros is contained in the Egyptian Book of the neitherworld as well as in india theOuroboros symbolism has been used to describe Kundalini energy
even in Mexico The god Quetzalcoatl is sometimes portrayed biting its tail on Aztec and Toltec ruins as well as apep of egypt
What is it that
A poor man has,
A rich man needs,
A content heart wants
And an empty heart bleeds,
A miser spends,
A fool saves,
And all mortals take with them to their graves?