The Cosmic Serpent

The Cosmic Serpent
posted by: Jacqueline Fiolet
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West Woodhay Down, Wiltshire : 29th July 2011

Spread across 11 tramlines with 29 circles making the body of the serpent ... The number 29 is key to this formation, adding 2+9 we get 11 ... which is a master number ... awakening to Oneness ((( All is One ))) !
It's one of the biggest crop circles ever seen in England.
The symbolism of the Cosmic Serpent, DNA Activation and Earth's Kundalini Awakening stand out ...


Many times we have been asked about the meaning of our logo, what it stands for and why we have choosen this one for what we bring into the world ... ET-healing, healing in co-creation with a team of extraterrestrial beings.

Sometimes, when you come across something you feel a tremendous excitement rushing through your veins, a complete resonance without even knowing why ... it just happens.
This is actually what happend to us when we were thinking about starting a practise in healing somewhere in 2013 and in a certain way we didn't select this logo, it feels like it chose us even though it was created far before our consious choice to set up our practise.

Though on first sight we could imagine what this crop circle expresses, at that point of time we were unfamiliar with it's enormous size as well as it's enormous depth in wisdom and information.
By studying it ourselves and with the explanations of many crop circle investigators it became clear this is the ultimate symbol representing what our practise is bringing to the world.

This very impressive crop circle formation appeared in the night of 28th to 29th of july 2011, at a country-seat that never before had been the location for a cropcircle.
I suppose that anyone agrees that the formation depicts a dragon or a snake. 

The Ancient Symbology of the Serpent

Since ancient time, the dragon and the snake take an important position in the collective unconscious of the human race, and as a result, in the personal unconscious of each individual. The Cosmic Serpent

Although, as a symbol it has multiple meanings, it can essentially be understood as the universal power that brings transformation and transmutation.
In each of us, the dragon/snake nature is potentially, or to a certain degree awakened, present. The personal connection with our own dragon/snake nature is therefor of uppermost importance as furhter exploration of this energy will point out. 
Although we are all, more or less, independent individuals, we are at the same time all connected with the scource of constant renewal.

The power of snake medicine is the power of creation, for it embodies sexuality, psychic energy, alchemy, reproduction, and ascension (or immortality).
Snakes are amazing reptiles ... they grow from the moment they are born until the moment they die. They never stop growing and that is why they shed off their skin, they grow out of it.
This proces of throwing off the old skin reminds us to let go of things (whether this be physical, emotional or mental) that no longer suits us.
Though snakes have two eyes, their vision is weak and the fully trust their ability to sense nearby presence through movement and heat (energy) and smell.
A Shaman saying is "like the snake don't trust on what you see, trust on what you feel. Even before you will be able to notice them, you can feel the changes to come"

So, the transmutation of the life-death-rebirth cycle is exemplified by the shedding of Snake's skin.
In ancient times this was represented by the ouroboros, the snake biting itself in the tail as a symbol of the cycle of life, death and eternity. 
It is the energy of wholeness, cosmic consciousness, and the ability to experience anything willingly and without resistance.

It is the knowledge that all things are equal in creation, and that those things which might be experienced as poison can be eaten, ingested, integrated, and transmuted if one has the proper state of mind.
Thoth, the Atlantian who later returned as Hermes (Mercury) and was the father of alchemy, used the symbology of two serpents intertwining 7 times around a sword (the caduceus) to represent healing, where it is easy to recognize the kundalini (the awakening serpents Ida, Pingala and sushumna) as well as the double helix as in the DNA. 
It is also the complete understanding and acceptance of the male and female within each organism that creates a melding of the two into one, thereby producing divine energy.

This medicine teaches you on a personal level that you are a universal being.
Through accepting all aspects of your life, you can bring about the transmutation of the fire medicine.
This fire energy, when functioning on the material place, creates passion, desire, procreation, and physical vitality.
On the emotional place, it becomes ambition, creation, resolution, and dreams.
On the mental place it becomes intellect, power, charisma, and leadership.
When this Snake energy reaches the spiritual plane, it becomes wisdom, understanding, wholeness and connection to Great Spirit.

This symbol reminds us the need within us to transmute some thought, action, or desire so that wholeness may be achieved.
This is heavy magic, but remember, magic is no more than a change in consciousness. Become the magician or the enchantress: transmute the energy and accept the power of the fire.

Snake is a reptile that is able to shed its skin and live through a traumatic lifedeath-rebirth experience.
So as life and with transmutation from one experience to another, and from one level of existence to another.
Snake teaches you to recognize that you are an eternal being experiencing mortality, you are constantly shedding anything that has served its purpose, in favor of something which is of greater value.
Snake has transformational ability and supplies the power to use Fire energy in a correct way. Continuity.
Transmute all poisons. Shed the skin of the past. Honor the change in progress

The snake is also found as the the aesculapius, an ancient Greek symbol of healing and healing arts, named after Asklepios, the Greek God of Medicine. 

The Hidden Codes in the Field

If we take a close look on the formation, we can see a lot of symbology, codes if you like, referring to many evolutionary processes going on this planet right now.

Before we will explain these in more detail, please note there is a central circle that is divided into four seperate sections by a S-shaped serpent.
The central circle seems at first sight to have two striking poles as attributes that are connected by an axis. Closer inspection reveals us though, that this polarity with axis is part of the serpent figure instead of the central circle.
Also note the head and the tail. At the tail there's a large size disk connected. The head has a somewhat strange abstract geometrical shape. The fiery little 3-forked tongue seems, in terms of imagery-elements, outstanding.
The serpent is filled with disk-shapes at its total lenght. Twenty-nine primairy and fourty-eight secundairy disks to be precise. What does it mean ?

The Cosmic Serpent

The central circle

The quartered mid-circle conforms with thick contourlines to the slicing snake with its two remarkable limbs. Note that these 'limbs' are connected to the biggest circle of all circles on the snake, which (as we will see later) is actually the heart or heartchakra.
The sphere is one thing, representing unity. It is sliced by a bar with poles on it's end ... polarity or duality. Duality devides it in above and under, in left and right, high and low, right and wrong.

The snake crosses over the duality straight through the middle and precisely with it's heart, incouraging us to overcome the differences and the duality and make distinctions in our reality with the heart.

Another association one could make here is the snake, representing natural healing abilities crawling over an unnatural pharmaceutical drug reminding us to 'think' with our hearts, to feel and make wise choices as it comes to your health. Almost every illness doesn't origin in the physical body, in the same way that healing does not.
Go Beyond Medicine that only targets the physical body and covers up the true message of what our bodies are trying to tell us.

While the snake, in its activity, divides the sphere, it seems also willing to say something else with a typical feature of snakes, that is they have a sliced tongue...

The Cosmic Serpent

The tongue

In the design here, the tongue seems not as usual sliced in two directions, but possibly even in three directions. I'm using the term "possibly" here, because carefull notion learns us that there are actually three seperate elements involved. There's one track in the middle. Seperated from that, there are two little curves.

For me it is another symbol poiting in the direction of overcoming the duality by reminding ourselves that we are actually living in a trinity.
The tongue looks very much on the trident of Shiva, the God of transformation ... how appropriate for the snake ...
Also interesting regarding this is what Bashar (channeled by Daryl Anka) explains in the transmission 'Cosmic Awakening' about polarity and trinity in BASHAR | the Nature of Existence.

Trishul (trident) of Shiva
The trishula also represents the place where the three main nadi, or energy channels (ida, pingala and sushumna) meet at the brow. sushumna, the central one, continues upward to the 7th chakra, while the other two end at the brow, where the 6th chakra is located.
The trishula's central point represents sushumna and that is why it is longer than the other two, representing ida and pingala.
Shiva’s trishul also represents the three fundamental aspects of life ... the Ida and Pingala represent the basic energetic duality in existence, reffered to as Shiva and Shakti or simply said the masculine and feminine aspects or energy.

Again bringing a balance between the Ida and Pingala is precisely what the current process of evolution is all about.
Most people live and die in Ida and Pingala. Sushumna, the central space, remains dormant. With the awakening, the Kundalini (the dormant snake) 
Life really begins only when energies (the awakening of the Kundalini, the dormant snake) enters into Sushumna.
We attain a new kind of balance, an inner balance where whatever happens on the outside, there is a certain space within us that never gets disturbed and cannot be touched by these situations.
In stead, we start living from this space within and experience the world outside from this perpective.

Some interesting trinities ... and note what's in the middle ... 
past present future
birth life death
woman divine man

 

The base

Now our attention is drawn to the base that is a relatively large disk-shape, almost figuring out the starting point. For the snake it could be the egg it is coming from.
We will discuss the apparant similarity with the human spine later, but interesting to mention here is that there are almost 5 small circles from the tail still in the base disk, expressing a connection between these points and the base. 

As probably known, the kundalini rises up from the base chakra, located in the pelvis, the base of our human body stature.

 

The head

It may not be so obvious at first sight that the shape of the head is based on the Vesica piscis. The sacred geometrical shape that results by overlap of two identical circles. The circumferences need to cross eachothers centerpoint. 

The Vesica Piscis in sacred tradition — from Kabbalist to Vedic to Zen — is a symbol seen in all ancient graphical traditions, from pagan Sun Wheel, Celtic cross, architectural ‘golden mean‘ to sacred windows in cathedrals, mosques, tabernacles and pagodas.

The Vesica Piscis also represented to the Maya the summer and winter solstices in any time cycle. To them the Vesica Piscis shape held the Cycle of the Ages — the Precession of the Equinoxes, not so much as a calculation of Time, but more as a symbol of evolution of consciousness.

In these earliest traditions, the supreme being was represented by a sphere, the symbol of a Creator with no beginning and no end, continually existing, perfectly formed and profoundly symmetrical. The addition of a second sphere represented the expansion of unity into the duality of female and male.
Where both spheres — goddess and god — come together a divine offspring is created, that what could be called the Soul.
The Vesica piscis is also referred to as the joining of the poles of duality into unity, as well as the integration of the physical and the etherical world.

The Vesica Piscis with its derivatives, the Flower of Life, Tree of Life, and fundamentals of sacred geometry, has a history of thousands of years in almost every ancient tradition and is easily predating all major religions of the current era.

 

The row of disks

Obviously there is the association with the spinal column as mentioned before ... without the tailbone, the human spinal column counts 29 vertebra.
It is interesting to notice that Th4, the vertebra at the height of the heart (cardiac plexus) is quite correctly placed in the central position.

Another interesting fact is that the last 5 circles are enclosed in the bigger circle and are missing the 2 dots on their sides, like the last 5 sacral vertebrae are more packed together in the human pelvis forming the base of our rising posture.

Still, it needs to be said, the fact that the coccyx or tailbone is missing; one could reason that it is left behind for it can be taken as a evolutionairy artefact that is no longer necessary.

Unity-consciousness is seated on the unification of opposites.
The pictogram of the formation tells us there is opposition or duality as soon as the serpent leaves its source. The source-disk at its tail can easily represent the source of life, the egg and the basis of our body as mentioned before. 

From the moment on, that these new disks leave the aeria of the source-disk, we notice the little secundairy disks that come in pairs.
These pairs can be related to man/woman or father/mother relations, the duality.
 

The skin

The skin of the snake is fashioned in a smooth way at the diagrams, but seemed to have appeared quite messy in the actual formation.
Contemplating over the skin of a serpent, a suggestion that belongs to it, is that the snake drops its skin several times in the proces of growing.
The messy skin of the snake in this formation is clearly indicating humanity (our collective ) is in a process of transformation, throwing of it's old skin, habits and beliefs.
The duality will always be there, our process is not about changing the world, eliminating duality. It is all about rising our consciousness beyond the validation, the judgement of duality and it's opposites to consciousness of unity.


Conclusion

As always with crop circles, there are so many codes hidden in these formations. We could have missed some ... please contact us if you see even more information than we do !!!
And of course it can be the you see different information, but this is why we love this formation to function as our logo, for it represents so beautifully the work we do in supporting people on their journey through life.
Subliminally it will remind us what we stand for, what drives and inspires us.

We give our deepest thanks to the Crop Circle Makers ... whoever they are ... thank you, bring us more !!!

  

PS.
There are still people who believe these giant crop circles are created by humans using ropes, ladders and planks.
I challenge those who believe so to reconstruct this piece of art just on a piece of paper and see how much time it will take you to finish it, if you succeed to do that.
The complexity and accuracy is amazing ... CLICK HERE for an extended description for how to do create the Cosmic Serpent from scratch !