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[Tidbits] Snake... Serpent... Tempter... Husband

Which is he? There is writing that states that Eve had no husband but
rather a serpent… a living phallus if you will… which she
created for her own pleasure. You see… just when you think you’re
beginning to understand the whole thing… from the beginning on
forward… someone comes along and gives you a view you might not
have thought of on your own.

Of course… it’s not enough that the serpent was thought of as a
living phallus… but it was also thought of as immortal. Each time
it shed its skin it was reborn… never to die. An immortal
phallus… how about that… a dream come true some might say. The
serpent was also known as Kundalini… the inner female soul of man
in serpent form… coiled in his pelvis. Ye gads woman… stand back
… it’s uncoiling.

Of all forms of literature… I think I love mythology best. It
represents such utter truths… wouldn’t you agree? The ancient
Aegean world world–it is said–worshipped women and serpents. Men
weren’t needed in religious ceremonies. What for… if you think
about it. Methinks modern technology might be bringing us back to an
earlier time.

There is a solemn superstitious belief that when it comes to the sex
lives of snakes… the male fertilizes the female by putting his head
into her mouth and allowing her to eat him. But we educated folks all
know better than that… don’t we?

The lore of the serpent is endless. Is it true that Eve’s first
lover was the father of Cain? I do not know… nor do I pretend to
know. I report it as I read it and hope I offend no one.

But I do know this. I have this very unique gold and diamond and
coral bangle with a snake’s head. Quite gorgeous and quite out of
the ordinary as snake jewelry goes. I urge you to take a look. I=92m
willing to bet you’ve never seen anything like it.

For those of you who are new to this thing called Tidbits…may I
direct you to my home page at where you will
scroll down the left side menu till you get to the area that says
Tidbits Graphics… and then click on the link that says: Snake …
in order to view a diamond and gold and coral serpent bangle.

And there ya have it.
That’s it for this week folks.
Catch you all next week.
Benjamin Mark