The Return of the Serpents of Wisdom

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Adventures Unlimited Press, 1997 - 100 pages
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According to ancient records, the patriarchs and founders of the early civilisations in Egypt, India, China, Peru, Mesopotamia, Britain and the Americas were colonised by the Serpents of Wisdom who arrived in these lands after abandoning their beloved homelands and crossing great seas. While bearing names denoting snake or dragon, these Serpents of Wisdom oversaw the construction of magnificent civilisations within which they and their descendants served as the priest kings and as the enlightened heads of mystery school traditions. This book recounts the history of these 'Serpents' and why they are returning now.
 

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Throughout history, the serpent has been a symbol of wisdom and of healing. Many ancient records speak of spiritual masters, priest-kings, patriarchs and founders of early civilisations who arrived in ... Consulter l'avis complet

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The 104000 year Cycle and the Twin Dragon Lands
6
The Dispersion of the Serpents of Wisdom
29
The Worldwide Dragon Culture
70
The Nagas of India
110
The Lung Dragons of China
138
The Amarus of Peru
154
The Quetzlcoatls and Kukulcans of Mesoamerica
167
The Serpent Clans and Tribes of North America
178
The Druid Adders of Britain
244
City of the Serpents
256
Later Arabic and European Branches of the Serpents
264
The European Dragon Empire
285
The New Planet of the Phoenix
297
Spiritual disciplines for becoming a Serpent of Wisdom pg
305
THE TEACHINGS
312
The Serpent preserves the Universe
333

The Mesopotamian Anunnaki
188
The Naaseni and Ophite Gnostics
238
The Serpent destroys the Universe
350
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