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The seven-headed snake represents the Supreme Deity manifesting through His Elohim, or Seven Spirits, by whose aid He established His universe. The coils of the snake have been used by the pagans to symbolize the motion and also the orbits of the celestial bodies, and it is probable that the symbol of the serpent twisted around the egg--which was common to many of the ancient Mystery schools--represented both the apparent motion of the sun around the earth, and the bands of astral light, or the great magical agent, which move about the planet incessantly.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

The three, five, seven, or nine-headed snake is the totem of a race of rulers, who presided over the Aryan Hindus

J. H. Baecker / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

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