Throughout history, the snake has always been a prominent figure. It stands for a variety of ideas, such as reproduction, reproduction, death, and resurrection. In mysticism, the snake was also the world’s symbol.

We must first go at the history of the serpent theme in order to understand its significance.

According to the Bible, the devil disguises himself as a snake in order to fool and manipulate Eve into eating the forbidden fruit, which ultimately results in the damnation of all of humanity.

According to a Chinese myth, a pair of male and female serpents with human heads created the first humans.

In addition, Enki and his wife Khursag were in charge of creating laborers, according to Annunaki legend (humans).

And as we all know, among other things, the Annunaki are renowned for their physiognomy that resembles a snake. Because of this, they are also known as Reptilians. After the Annunaki lost control of the planet, the populace rebelled against them.

According to Indian mythology, the enormous serpent known as Ananta created the cosmos.

Therefore, it is acceptable to conclude that their descendants, whether by blood or spirit, are our rulers because our ancestors were serpent-like animals.

With this piece, we simply hoped to hint to the vast historical and socio-cultural significance of this species.