This is another example of how we refuse to see what's right in front of us, even a part of us, until we're ready. I have this brown blochy birthmark on my let arm of about 3.5x2.5 cm (1.5"x3/4") It looks like an S with a front tail, on top of it are 2 perfect pyramids.

After all of these years, yesterday I couldn't shake the feeling of wanting to know the reason behind it.

So I got into what stingray calls the vortex, and have been shown the following. I was one of several men on a hilltop. We're all dressed in white and we're getting a young man in the middle ready (don't know for what.) The birthmark on my arm was revealed to be a golden snake with a golden crown on its head on a red background. This was attached onto a white tent I can only associate with tournaments.

The thing about this is that up to that point I considered anyone who ever used a snake as their symbol was obviously indicating their intent on treachery and have naturally kept away from them; though I have love and compassion for the animal itself. I felt neutral once I realized it was a snake, followed by me not being surprised. (All these years I refused to see it for what it obviously is because it didn't sit well with my belief system.)

My question is: Is there a difference in meaning with symbols being on the left as opposed to the right arm? Who uses a golden crowned snake on a red background as their symbol? What does the symbol mean? I have to also add that one of my daughters has a reddish anchor (same size as mine) on her left arm. What does the anchor mean and who uses it?

Would appreciate any input, thank you, namaste

asked 16 Feb '11, 13:24

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maybe you could upload some images?

(16 Feb '11, 14:57) ursixx

Hi Daniele

I do "Dream Interpretation" from time to time and that would be filled with symbols, numbers, colours and the like.What I have picked up from your discription as you gave it:

I was one of several men on a hilltop. We're all dressed in white and we're getting a young man in the middle ready (don't know for what.) The birthmark on my arm was revealed to be a golden snake with a golden crown on its head on a red background. This was attached onto a white tent I can only associate with tournaments.

is as follows:

7 .............. is an indication of TRUTH/ SPIRITUALITY

hilltop.............raised above ground level......higher prespective

Getting the young man preparation for SERVICE.....also he would be the 8th person which is POWER. So another way of looking at this is that a part of you is being prepared to step into another level of your own Divine Power. a symbol for the Kundalini or Divine force/energy that runs from your base chakra to your CROWN chakra

Gold.........Christ Consciousness

Red..............relates to grounding or passion and also to root chakra

White tent..........your association here is relevant because you see it as Tournament. So my reading on tournament is a large game with many rounds. So, life is a GAME and we are faced with many challenges which we overcome to bring us to new levels of AWARENESS

I dont know if this has helped or confused you, but what I can say from my heart is that all the symbols you have been shown are FANTASTIC.


answered 17 Feb '11, 16:24

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Susan 1

Susan, that was sooooo amazing! It is most certainly helpful and puts me in the right perspective! Thank you, namaste

(17 Feb '11, 20:21) daniele

kundalini, when I searched golden crowned snake I found this interesting thing

In Hindu mythology, Kundalini is a serpent goddess who lies asleep at the base of the spine, coiled three and a half times around the first chakra. Her name is Kundalini Shakti, and she represents the unfolding of the divine Shakti energy, the energising potential of life itself, a living goddess who enlivens all things

and this image
and the thing with Chakra's is the Root Chakra - prostrate/uterus - sex, aggression, animal instinct - is red

Crown Chakra - pineal gland - illumination - White Light
Well its not golden but its a crown some of the images of the Kundalini show a golden crown.
So just a little more to think about I guess. Hope this helps


answered 16 Feb '11, 14:56

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I've heard of Kundalini but don't know much about it. I guess it's time to look it up! thank you ursixx! namaste

(17 Feb '11, 14:14) daniele

Very interesting Daniele! I have a small heart shaped scar (about 4mm) on the pinky of my left hand. I've had it for as long as I remember and i've always wondered how I got it and if it meant anything.


answered 16 Feb '11, 21:18

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Radius 7.25

A heart! That's so beautiful! maybe it's time for you to find out more about it! Did you try guided meditation?

(17 Feb '11, 14:12) daniele

I had a look on the internet a couple of years ago but couldn't find anything significant about it. I might give that guided meditation a go. How do you do it exactly?

(17 Feb '11, 20:04) Radius 7.25

The way I do it is by relaxing into a meditative state. Then I imagine myself in nature. Here I try to feel my surroundings as I would in the physical, smelling the air, feeling the sun on my skin...(that's an important step for it helps grounding you in the non-physical)Then I walk into a cave that is a hallway full of doors. I ask my higher self the question that I want answered and focus on it as I choose a door and carefully open it. I step into the other side of the door knowing full well my answer will be there.

(17 Feb '11, 20:32) daniele

Thanks Daniele. Is it quite easy to do that? I sometimes have a problem with my mind wandering and i'm not that great at visualizing but i'll definitely give it a go.

(17 Feb '11, 20:53) Radius 7.25
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Hi Daniele, From an last hour, I am searching about What is the meaning of Snake sign in body, And I found your 9 years old Question same as me. I think we need to discuss more about this sign Kundalini and about these benefits.

I Hope You Replay! Hemant Kumar, India


answered 19 Nov '19, 10:10

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Hemant Kumar

It does not mean anything, unless you want it to, so it will. This is the awakening to liberation from 'the world' of circumstance, that you can arbitrarily assign meaning onto things, as you see fit. If you want the snake with a crown to mean something, I'd give the meaning something positive. :)


answered 23 Nov '19, 11:39

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