There is an ancient concept that snakes know the answer to every question and hold all the secrets in the galaxy. Multiple mythological traditions attest to their sorcery and powers. Put a picture of a Snake under your pillow the night of the Dark Moon, ask your question and wake up with the answer having been conveyed in your dreams. It will be cryptic but so what?
So this was how I felt when I woke up this morning. I didn’t get distinct answers to my questions but the dreams certainly intensified. And there is probably an answer there if I think more about it. My Snake Guide seems to be quite cryptic. I think also that the practice of writing a question before bed is an aid to the subliminal mind and it directs your dreams??? How did you guys go? It’s another big dreaming night tonight so I’m giving it a go again.
The Moon-Neptune Lunar Portal, Dark Moon, and any potent Neptune alignment are optimal for clairvoyant dreams.
Two Snakes Is Mercury And Any Snake Symbol Says Impending Transformation
What if you are actually dreaming about snakes? They’re magic. Two Snakes is Mercury – see the Wand of Hermes below – and any Snake is a sign of impending transformation. Snakes are also symbolic of ancient feminine power and mystique.
My most powerful dream ever involved two snakes. I was walking along a forest path on a sunny day when I saw a giant snake in front of me. It was actually in the air, so clearly magical. Trying to seem cool, I turned around and went back the other way. But there was another snake, exactly the same there as well. Panicking I ran up the hill, where there was a path I had not seen before. Or maybe, it was not there until the snakes.
Running up the hill, I was escorted by the snakes and looking to my right I saw myself in a stagnant pond, lying as if comatose. It was extremely apt and life-altering. The snakes on the wand of Mercury/Hermes refer to his connection with the otherworld and connection and ancient mysteries. Barbara Walker has a stunning section on snakes in The Woman’s Encylopedia Of Myths And Secrets.
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