Befriending humans, she told them they were able to reproduce for themselves. They did not have to bind a child of the Dreamtime into their baby making. (Something the men were aware of, sometimes carrying another consciousness around with them, until they gave it to their wife as a child).
This made her master (the Serpent's master) extremely wroth, and he told her she would now lose her legs and she must go on her belly henceforth. Her pains are associated with myths of geologic disaster, and mountain ranges. But she eventually settled on an underwater shelf in a sacred lake, the Wuggard Waters. And she blessed many bodies of water in the Kimberly of Oz.
I think this is represented by Serpens the constellations, and Ophiuncus the serpent wielder may have been her master. Her two companions were not named in the book, but many serpents were, and they maintain their names and images today in the dream time cave of serpents.
The Indian diety Garuda also comes to mind, as he had two helpers, but is clearly male!!
In the images of the House of Sokar, the Serpent of Creation has 4 legs and 2 wings, and she often is paired with two other legless serpents ... You see three serpents together on the pillar, where they are between 2 spiders. Again where they seem to have huge heads
Just as an interesting thing about spiders, serpents and birds from Anatolia, the spider of the Nazca plain is a real item, and can only be seen under magnification. However, he is formed like the counterpart glyph, and the great rectangle on his leg is actually his reproductive unit . . Which reminds me of the box of Galzu, often seen as a large rectangle with equal X's on each end, and Galzu is represented with a long, slender serpentine body, one shoulder (right) with feathers and the head of a human male. Two attendants stand with his box.
Amended after seeing this image again in the beginning of Andrew's book:
In a similar image of a tower, a wounded (?- dying) man is falling forward down a flight of stairs.
On the top of a tower, two large birds, with wings in repose seem th have a "head"//soul.
In a second image of the tower the man walks away unwounded, and the birds stand on the edge of the tower, wings outstretched, and displaying some type of designation in a white oval on their backs.
I do not know why I have assumed that these two images, Galzu & box and the towers with the birds sitting with the head//soul (?) on the rectangular tower for rebirth --- are the about the same mythos. . . The first may be Anatolian (from the servants' garb), the other unknown, unless the birds are vultures. Both can be Googled.
Interesting that huge serpents are often seen and spoken with in Aya sessions.
The serpents of ancient Australia were also vocal, and active players in time.
The Aegis of Athena was the serpent edged cloak.
Men turned to stone if seen by the Gorgon on her Island.
That T (TAU) shaped pillar has 12 crossing zones (nodal points of harmonic reinforcement?) ... as we have 12 constellations in our zodiac.
Twelve divisions. Serpent net?
[Edited to correct faulty memory of image.]
Mind is the rider.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09-Jul-18 00:07 by SallyA.