Symbol of Medicine
Archive file# i102299a
donated by Jon Hurst
comments by L. Savage
This is the infamous symbol of medicine. It is puportedly similar to the brazen staff erected by Moses to keep the Hebrews from dying from the stings of the 'Flying Serpents.'
This rendition bears the Anunnaki 'eagle' wings of Enlil.
An interesting note to the Moses story: God told Moses to build a serph-seraph (serpent-serpent)(root of seraphim). BUT Moses in the text built a nachas-nachas (also a serpent-serpent). Nachas was the serpent in the Garden of Eden story.
One noted Jewish Hebrew scholar, stated that the Nachas of the Eden story is mistranslated to simply snake or serpent. He says it is a Proper name in its use here and not a generic name of a snake. In his literal translation of the Hebrew, it was one of the 'Brotherhood of the Serpent' who seduced Eve. NOT a SNAKE!.
He had no explanation for the differences between the nachas and the seraph, and no idea why it appears that Moses intentionally disobeyed the orders from God.
He also stated, however that transliterations will produce the word Nachas as Nachash, Natash, Natas, and others. It is the root of the name "Natasha" which appears in literature, movies, and cartoons as the 'evil' (Eve) lady. Backwards it produces the word sachan, satan.....
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