Part 10. Rainbow Serpent (Australia)
20 Dec 2019, Solstice & Full Moon in Gemini
Australian Aboriginal rock painting of “The Rainbow Serpent” — from Wikimedia Commons
A copy of the Rainbow Serpent solstice ritual conducted by Spheres Of Light can be found here.
Part 9. Nehebkau (Egypt)
11 Oct 2019, Full Moon in Aries
A copy of the Nehebkau full moon ritual conducted by Spheres Of Light can be found here.
Part 6. Ningišzida (Mesopotamia)
19 July 2019, Full Moon in Capricorn
The “libation vase of Gudea” with the dragon Mušḫuššu, dedicated to Ningishzida (21st century BC). The caduceus is interpreted as depicting the god himself.
A copy of the Ningišzida full moon ritual conducted by Spheres Of Light can be found here.
Part 5. Typhon (Greece)
14 Jun 2019, Full Moon in Sagittarius
Typhon was a monstrous giant snake-like creature of ancient Greek mythology who fathered many monsters with his mate Echidna. He is also called Typhoeus, Typhaon or Typhos.(1)
Akhekh by Topaz Drachen (Click image to enlarge)
Part 4. Akhekh (Egypt)
17 May 2019, Full Moon in Scorpio
Akhekh – this dragon originates from Egypt and is otherwise known as Akhekhu. It is characterized as a fantastical beast with a long serpentine body with four legs to support it. Continue reading
‘Veles’ by Kriegerman (deviantart.com/kriegerman/art/Veles-352202793)
Part 3. Veles (Slavic)
19 Apr 2019, Full Moon in Libra
Veles (Cyrillic Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian : Велес; Polish: Weles; Ukrainian: Велес; Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Montenegrin, Slovak, Slovenian: Veles; Ruthenian and Old Church Slavonic: Велесъ; Belarusian: Вялес, translit. Vialies), also known as Volos (Russian: Волос, listed as a Christian saint in Old Russian texts), is a major Slavic god of earth, waters, and the underworld. Continue reading