Cretan/Minoan Snake Goddess (Knossos snake charmer)

An image of a Serpent-bearing Goddess figure found in the remains of a temple in Knossos, Crete.She is one of several such figurines unearthed.

The name and purpose of the figure has never been deciphered, but she is associated with animals- mainly bees and snakes, and associated with the labyrinth and the labrys symbols.

See also: The Lady and the Serpent

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Samael March 30, 2012 at 9:59 am

If you had the necessary knowledge, you would know what this symbolic person is made for and what message she gives you. This is the most important symbol in the whole occult teaching, it is even the first major symbol of the Bible and all other mythologies.

stuart July 25, 2013 at 2:26 am

Im sorry to bother you, I don’t know if you’ve been inundated with this question or not, so what message does she bring, and who is she?

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