Serpents are often recognized as a symbol of healing, medicine, and even power. The shedding of their skin represents rebirth and the welcoming of a new chapter.
In the Ojibwa and Pueblo tribes, snakes are associated with fertility and new life. The Hopi people see the snake as deeply connected to the underworld. In ancient Greece, snakes were a symbol of luck and it was believed that snakes, and art carved in their likeness, warded off evil. The ancient Egyptians, too, believed that the serpent offered protectionto their people and warded off harm.
Snakes have long been believed to stand for health, good luck, and protection throughout various cultures in history.
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