Serpentine or snake is treated as a fearsome creature in almost all human societies across the world. However, it is considered an eternal creature in different religions.
As of Hindu religious belief there are two supreme Gods are known as the Lord of the serpentine or snake. They are Lord Shiva and other is Lord Vishnu.
In various images and meditative statues Shiva is always shown wearing a Snake around his neck. The snake is called Vasuki, the king of all serpents. This is the same snake used in the great churning of ocean called Samudra Manthan (Hindu Mythology).
While Lord Vishnu is being sighted laying on a snake with multiple heads. In the Puranas, Shesha Naga or “Serpent” is said to hold all the planets of the Universe on his hoods and to constantly sing the glories of Vishnu from all his mouths. “Adishesha”, which means First snake. Ananta-Shesha: Lord Vishnu is seen resting on the coils of the serpent Shesha, also called Ananta.
We can say that snakes are integral parts of the supreme Lords.
These two Hindu Gods take human births in different times as avatars of respective self, for Spiritual reasons of importance. Before of the human births their pregnant mothers used to have dreams of big fearsome snakes. It indicates a strong son with eternal soul will be born. According to the knowledge, it forecasts the coming of the Lord of the Serpentine.
Even those sons used to be born in any of the auspicious days related to these supreme Lords, with mystical powers since birth. Their auras are always blue similar to Lord Shiva and Vishnu. They have the fascination of blue colour, also they like to wear blue dresses as well.
They also have visions of big colorful snakes roaming across the universe and playing with them.
These supreme sons (avatars) when involve in relationships with any female. Those female partners used to see dreams of big snakes too. As interpreted, large fearsome snakes coiled them over and across their bodies.
Their enemies also have dreams of huge snakes, which are eating them up.
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