Significance of Snake in Hindu Mythology.

Whenever one sees a snake is feared of death. You might see Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu with a snake as a necklace and as a bed respectively. Whereas Lord Brahma is never seen with a snake. Before reading further go through What is 786?

Some say that Time is like a Cycle that gives rebirth and death. Similarly, a snake can shed its skin four and twelve times a year. Snake also indicates rebirth and death. In Hindu astrology, the word 'Kala Sarpa Dosha' reminds us that Time is considered Snake, which gives rebirth and death.

Brahma Vishnu Shiva.

The above photos mean both Lord Shiva (Neutron) and Lord Vishnu (Electron) can be destroyed in Time. Whereas, Lord Brahma (Proton) cannot be destroyed. This is how our Ancestors encoded Science in Hinduism and believed in rebirth/recycle/reincarnation. Don't you see that our Ancestors were really wise in hiding these details in the form of idols we worship every day? I also believe that whatever The Hindu Gods and Goddesses hold with their hands are the attributes of Sub-atomic particles. I will share those details with you, All, after I decode them.

Remember, if we read Vedas then we really will be discovering everything. Let me tell you that Hinduism talks about 3 crore Angels, which might mean that there are 3 crores (30 million) of Chemical Elements. Unfortunately, we identified only a few in modern science. Check Chemical Elements.

These are just my views, so feel free to correct me if you think I am wrong.

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