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X. Ouroboros

X. Ouroboros

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Ouroboro Commission by uialwen on DeviantArt

Ouroboro Commission by uialwen on DeviantArt

Get the Serpent designs before they are hissssssss-tory.

Serpent

Get the Serpent designs before they are hissssssss-tory.

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nine sacred geometry - Cerca con Google

nine sacred geometry - Cerca con Google

nine sacred geometry - Cerca con Google

some exceptional anamorphic masterpieces visible only with a particular mirror cylinder. This technique of art, is anamorphism

some exceptional anamorphic masterpieces visible only with a particular mirror cylinder. This technique of art, is anamorphism

The Ouroboros. The ancient symbol of the serpent eating its own tail, symbolizing Eternity and the cyclical nature of the universe, the Eternal Return of All That Is and All That Was and All That Ever Can Be

The Ouroboros. The ancient symbol of the serpent eating its own tail, symbolizing Eternity and the cyclical nature of the universe, the Eternal Return of All That Is and All That Was and All That Ever Can Be

Ouroboros, ancient Egyptian symbol. The black lower part symbolized the destructive force of nature, Night, Earth, or yin whereas the white upper half represents the generative and creative force, Day, Heaven, or yang.    It is symbolic of the cyclic nature of the universe where creation begins after destruction and life springs from death. In a way, the serpent eating its own tail is symbolic of renewal. As an alchemical glyph, it represented purification.

Ouroboros, ancient Egyptian symbol. The black lower part symbolized the destructive force of nature, Night, Earth, or yin whereas the white upper half represents the generative and creative force, Day, Heaven, or yang. It is symbolic of the cyclic nature of the universe where creation begins after destruction and life springs from death. In a way, the serpent eating its own tail is symbolic of renewal. As an alchemical glyph, it represented purification.

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