Speaking about “she who has the skirt of snakes” (Coatlicue), the snake, besides being a symbolism of Occult Wisdom, what else does it represent?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

Answer from the book: “The Birth of Left-Handed Hummingbird”

"The Snake, besides being a symbol of Occult Wisdom, she is the wife of the Holy Spirit, our Creative Virgin Mother, so that “she who has the skirt of snakes” (Coatlicue) at the same time is the symbol of the Creative Sexual Force, it’s the origin of everything that is, has been and will be."

Answers from Master Samael Aun Weor.

The serpent, as a feminine deity in us, is the Holy Ghost’s spouse, our Virgin Mother, who cries at the foot of the sexual cross, with her heart pierced by seven daggers.

Stella Maris, the Star of the Sea, Marah, Mary or, more appropriately said, Ram-Jo, the Serpent of Fire that victoriously ascends throughout the adept’s spinal cord, is our own Being — or, rather, His offspring — and the Eagle, the Third Logos, must devour Her.

Samael Aun Weor.  The Secret Doctrine of Anahuac