Mercury (/ˈmɜːrkj ri/; Latin: Mercurius [mɛrˈkʊr.jʊs] listen ) is a major Roman god, being one of the Dii Consentes within the ancient Roman pantheon. He is the patron god of financial gain, commerce, eloquence (and thus poetry), messages/communication (including divination), travelers, boundaries, luck, trickery and thieves; he is also the guide of souls to the underworld. [1][2] He was considered the son of Maia and Jupiter in Roman mythology.


His name is possibly related to the Latin word merx (“merchandise”; compare merchant, commerce, etc.), mercari (to trade), and merces (wages); another possible connection is the Proto-Indo-European root merĝ- for “boundary, border” (cf. Old English “mearc”, Old Norse “mark” and Latin “margō”) and Greek ο ρος (by analogy of Arctūrus/ ρκτο ρος), as the “keeper of boundaries,” referring to his role as bridge between the upper and lower worlds. [citation needed] In his earliest forms, he appears to have been related to the Etruscan deity Turms; both gods share characteristics with the Greek god Hermes. He is often depicted holding the caduceus in his left hand.

ACTS 14:11-14
1 And when the people saw
what Paul had done, they lifted up their voices, saying in the speech of Lycaonia, The gods are come down to us in the likeness of men.

And they called Barnabas,

12 Jupiter; and Paul, Mercurius, because he was the chief speaker.

Then the priest of Jupiter,

13 which was before their city, brought oxen and garlands unto the gates, and would have done sacrifice with the people.

The Serpent People

Feather Serpent of America, Vulture Snake of Sumer, tempter Serpent of the Bible, who is this Serpent People found in all mythologies?

The first Chinese emperors, successors to the legendary Emperor Yao, said they were descended from dragons.

In India, high caste families still believe that their ancestors are snake gods called “Nagas”.

The Dogons of Mali claim that their extraordinary astronomical knowledge came to them from their ancestral reptilian celestial aspect, the “Nommos”.

The Egyptians had their god snake Kneph and the Pharaohs were often depicted with snakes.

The Phoenicians had Agathodaimon, a serpent.


The cultures of Central America worshiped their creator god Quetzalcoatl, the winged serpent, as Baholinkonga, the feathered serpent of the Hopi Indians.

Followers of Voodoo have a serpent god they call Damballah Wedo.

The Hebrews have Nakhustan, the brazen serpent.

The ancient god of the British Isles, called Hu, was the master of the dragon world.

The first altar of the Cyclops in Athens was dedicated to Ops, the god-snake.

Indigenous Australians also have their myth of Wagyl, a God-Serpent.

According to the Gnostics, the Snakes are our instructors, demiurges who shaped our bodies, but not our soul, which is not theirs, because it is uncreated. We are born from light, just like them. But our terrestrial vehicle, this triple body of flesh and spirit, we owe it to them.

“The Gnostic philosophy was born in the early Christian era within the Mediterranean basin, mainly in Egypt, heir of the ancient religion of Isis’ mysteries. To its followers, man is the emanation of the source of all things, and inherit a piece.

* See Notre père Prométhée of this creative perfection.” On the contrary, our triple body “has been shaped by harmful beings, usurpers who have proclaimed themselves ‘gods’, the famous Archons. Yahveh is regarded by the Gnostics as the chief of the Archons, the great demiurge, the most evil creature. In the 4th century, the confrontation between the Gnostics and the fathers of the Church was violent and merciless. Most of the Gnostic texts were destroyed before the discovery of Nag Hammadi’s famous scrolls in 1945, what was known about Gnosis was limited to the reviews of heresy hunters in the early days of Christianity.” (source)


Which is very unfortunate, because Jesus himself was Gnostic. Paradoxically: to save the religion of Christ, the fathers of the church had to invent a charming character they named Jesus. Before that, Christ, it was Emperor Constantine…

In the time of Jesus, Kali Yuga was only two thousand years old, now it is twice that age. Very little truth floats in an ocean of errors. Let us get back to those harmful beings who have shaped us, since this is the Gnostic view. According to Anton Parks, there is also a mistake there. The gifted geneticists who made us were not as evil as it seemed at first. To Parks, the mother goddess is the sumerian goddess Tiamata.

That is she who deserves firstly the title of Primordial Serpent. Initially this term was positive because “the snake is the wisest among all the fields’ beasts” said the oldest version of the Torah, called the Septuagint. As for the Bible, it says quite the opposite: “the snake is the most cunning of all animals”. Thus the serpent is the ally of the men and the creator of the human race. He personifies the mother goddess Tiamata, assisted by her son Enki – called Osiris in Egypt, Oannes in Persia, and Prometheus in Greece.

Among the Dogons, he is Nommo; among the Meso-Americans, he is Quetzalcoatl, and among the Hindus, Vishnu. He is the first instructor of our species, like the feathered serpent Quetzalcoatl, like the god-fishes Nommo, Oannes or Vishnu. He has always supported and defended men when other gods wanted to kill us, as our creator Prometheus siding with the men against his uncle, the powerful Zeus. Or again, as Osiris protecting us from Seth, who wanted our loss.

Or as Enki protecting us from Enlil, who also wanted to end “the human experiment”. As we already understood, all these legends refer to a unique history, and their convergence support its veracity. So how come the Snake, our designer and our ally, the wisest of all animals, has become the most cunning, the most dangerous, the ‘beast’ identified to Satan in our ‘modern’ religions? According to the translators of the Nag Hammadi manuscripts, it is explained by a semantic shift.

Beast is the translation of quasi-homophones in Aramaic: haywa meaning stupid, hawa meaning to teach, and hawya meaning serpent. The gods geneticists work on human genotypes that the text calls modellings, “then the authorities called the Beast, so that she corrects the mistakes of their modellings”. The beast is not evil as she corrects the mistakes of the apprentice-sorcerers. “The true meaning of the Beast, is the Instructor, as she was thought wiser than everyone.” (source)

Whether we like it or not, we are the children of the Beast. And it does not stop us from being born of Light.






Giants Of Sumer  The Snake and the Vulture 



But in biology, the term is applied to Imaginal cells–

–and I wanted to share a little story with you about this startling science, that directly relates to you:

We all grew up knowing a bit about the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly

After a period of ravenous consumption, a caterpillar finds an appropriate perch and forms a chrysalis.

Inside the chrysalis the caterpillar, unable to move, actually dissolves into organic goop.

Cells, which had been dormant in the caterpillar and which biologists have the poetic genius to call Imaginal cells, begin a process of creating a new form and structure.

The end result, we know, is a butterfly, but the truly astonishing thing is that there is no structural similarity at all between a caterpillar and a butterfly.

Right now you may feel like a caterpillar, but you also carry the imaginal cells of a butterfly within you: the potential of healing and transformation.

I believe YOU are the imaginal cell in the body of humanity, being called to join together to heal, to transform

To create a quickening into a new state of health, wellness, peace, and abundance, for yourself and all.

Will you heed this call?

-Healing with the Masters


Origin of Easter from Ishtar and Ishtar from Hindu Goddess.(part-4)

Before ending, let me say a few words on serpents. Serpents are depicted as 2 main ideas in Hindu Thought. One is the sub-terrain mantle that comes out of the vents during earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. They are known as Naga or serpents. The underground tunnels and vents upon cooling became underground caves where the snakes started to live. Those who made the caves their dwelling places were also known as snakes or serpents or Nagas. Destruction by earthquakes or volcanoes is seen as dance of snakes.

The core of the earth is said to be the foremost snake, the Adhisesha. It is because of the core, the earth remains intact. This is metaphorically said that Adhisesha is bearing the weight of the earth. An adaptation of this is Atlas of Greek mythology. While Adhisesha bears the weight from within the globe, Atlas bears it on his shoulders. The same idea in two cultures cannot have been conceived independently of each other. Adhisesha concept is earliest and symbolic, whereas Greek Atlas is a depiction of an impossible type. This is the result of loss of touch or continuity with the original concept.

The snake is once again associated with the two main entities of Godhead in Hinduism. Shiva’s ‘twilight’ dance is indeed known as ‘playing with the serpent’ (BhujangastrAsa). That marks the collapse of the worlds and breaking of the lands. The liquid magma shoots out on all directions. They are called as snakes that once dwelled in underworlds, now coming out.

Another type of snake is the life form, our jiva or the soul – which is what we are in our inner self. The soul or jiva gives life to the body and is of the size of our thumb according to Upanishads. It resides as a coil of a snake in the tail of the spinal cord. The very purpose of meditation is to rouse that jiva. It is characterised as a serpent lying dormant within us. Almost everyone would have had a dream of snake some time in their life. It is due to the nature of this snake-like jiva. When aroused through Yoga or meditation or breathing procedures, this snake- like jiva (called Kundalini) rises up. It is because Sage Patanjali gave us the wisdom of Yoga and meditation and he himself has mastered the rise of Kundalini, he has been depicted as snake bodied in iconography.

(the master of Yaga) in Hindu temples.

After deluge – during cosmic devolution, where would the snakes (jivas) go? They are infinite (ananta) and are held by Vishnu or Narayana in sleeping posture.

When the physical worlds spring up again, these serpents (jivas) enter them and start new life. The concept of serpents in these two basic levels is seen in various forms. Most noted one is when the coiled serpent as Kundalini rises up through meditation and comes out through the nostrils.


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