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127,542.  Hiss!  Hiss!  Hiss!

Chrissy shan’t miss

her pet snake.

 

It slithered and it wriggled

along,

long,

on,

that wicked fellow John.

 

It looked at her longingly,

Chrissy’s pet snake

Hiss hiss!  He he!

 

She hit it with a broom

in the living-room,

Chrissy’s pet snake.

 

‘For Pete’s sake!’

(for that was his name)

‘You’ve squashed his brain!’

 

I yelled at her,

though not deterred

a jot.

 

‘I should have shot

both you and the snake,’

she said to me.

Ha ha!  He he!  Hiss hiss!

Chrissy shan’t miss

her pet snake.

 

hiss!

     hiss!

          hiss!

               hiss!

                    hiss!  

                         hiss!

                              hiss!

                                   hiss!

                                        bah!

                                             humbug!

                                                      hiss!

                                                           hiss!

                                                                hiss!

                                                                     hiss!

                                                                           [esias, The Snake, 1997]

 

 

22.  The mystery is that religion is but a tool to control the masses. Knowledge (or wisdom) is their only god, through which man himself will become god.  The snake and the dragon are both symbols of wisdom.  Lucifer is a personification of the symbol.  It was Lucifer who tempted Eve to entice Adam to eat of the tree of knowledge and thus free man from the bonds of ignorance.  The WORSHIP (a lot different from STUDY) of knowledge, science, or technology is Satanism in its purest form, its secret symbol is the all-seeing eye in the pyramid.  (Religion & Knowledge & Gods & Snake & Dragon & Lucifer & Adam & Eve & Satan & Pyramid)  Bill Cooper, Secret Societies/New World Order

 

 

86,590.  Like all reptiles it [rattlesnake] has one great limitation – it can’t survive sustained cold.  So great areas of the world are closed to reptiles.  (Reptile & Snake)  David Attenborough, Life on Earth (revised series), Fish, Birds & Reptiles

 

 

51,865.  Whatever your feelings about snakes you can’t deny that they have an extraordinary beauty.  (Animals & Snakes)  David Attenborough, Life in Cold Blood: Sophisticated Serpents

 

 

123,433.  Pythons are most active under the cover of darkness, and travelling at night they move virtually undetected.  (City & Animal & Snake)   Cities: Nature’s New Wild I: Residents, BBC 2018

 

51,866.  The king snake pretends to be venomous when it’s not.  (Animals & Snakes)  ibid.

 

51,867.  An African Rock Python – one of the biggest of all snakes.  (Animals & Snakes)  ibid.

 

51,868.  Not all snakes lay their eggs.  (Animals & Snakes)  ibid.

 

 

111,435.  In 2012 odd breeding behaviour was noticed in two species of snakes: Copperheads and Cottonmouths.  Some females were producing through parthenogenesis.  (Animal & Snake & Virgin)  Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities s2e1: Virgin Birth

 

 

111,658.  The bodies of some animals stretch and shrink in extraordinary ways.  Constrictor snakes can swallow prey twice their own size.  While the camel’s hump can almost double in weight giving it the energy to travel huge distances across deserts.  (Animal & Camel & Snake)  Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities s3e3: Expandable Bodies 

 

111,660.  An anaconda or a python can kill prey that is not only twice its own body size but many times bigger than its head.  (Animal & Snake)  ibid.  

 

 

131,755.  The bird was mistaken.  It was a viper with a lethal bite.  This species has only recently been discovered … On its tail movable scales have been modified to look like a spider’s legs, and its tip like an abdomen.  (Earth & World & Animals & Asia & Continent & Snake)  David Attenborough, Seven Worlds, One Planet II: Asia, BBC 2019

 

 

674.  It worries me that people are running my country who believe in a talking snake.  (Religion & Belief & Snake)  Bill Maher, Religulous

 

 

13,376.  At a small chapel in Kingston, Georgia, religious ideals are put to the test ... For members of this bizarre congregation handling venomous snakes and drinking strychnine is the ultimate sign of dedication.  (Cult & Snake)  Unexplained Mysteries

 

13,377.  There are over 100 snake handling churches in America.  (Cult & Snake)  ibid.

 

 

53,868.  There’s no reference in Genesis to the snake being Satan the Devil.  So what exactly is it doing in the story?  (God & Bible & Old Testament & Adam & Eve & Garden of Eden & Snake & Devil & Satan)  Dr Francesca Stavrakopoulou, senior lecturer in Hebrew Bible Studies University of Exeter, Bibles Buried Secrets: The Real Garden of Eden 3/3

 

 

59,418.  We are in a snake pit surrounded by venom and smiling vipers.  (Pope & Snake)  The Borgias: The Purge s3e2, Rodrigo

 

 

55,986.  They rule the reptilian underworld through fear.  Hooded assassins armed with sophisticated weapons and special skills.  Over 270 species of these elite snakes ... span two continents.  Cobra Mafia, National Geographic 2015

 

88,036.  Sometimes revered but mostly feared.  ibid.

 

 

88,037.  And there the snake throws her enamelled skin,

Weed wide enough to wrap a fairy in.  William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream II i 255

 

88,038.  You spotted snakes with double tongue,

Thorny hedge-hogs, be not seen;

Newts, and blind-worms, do no wrong;

Come not near our fairy queen.  ibid.  II ii 9

 

 

88,039.  A snake lurks in the grass.  (Snake & Grass)  Virgil, Eclogues

 

 

88,040.  Why don’t snakes have balls?  Hadly any of them know how to dance.  Penn & Teller, Bullshit!  Manners s4e8

 

 

88,041.  In the forests of the Congo, how huge was this snake which rose up and menaced a helicopter?  Arthur C Clark’s Mysterious World

 

88,042.  This giant anaconda was killed on the Amazon.  According to a Rio paper, it was a hundred and thirty feet long.  ibid.

 

 

88,043.  When this snake allegedly one hundred feet in length emerged ... The militia was called out.  Arthur C Clark’s Mysterious World, India

 

 

88,044.  The obvious thing to everyone’s amazement is that the snake is actually dancing to music, so they think.  We have stories such as a radio playing a certain tune, and snakes coming to their house and just on their dancing on their own to this beautiful music coming from the radio.  Romulus Whitaker

 

 

88,045.  It’s the flute that he likes rather than the music.  He’ll follow that just about anywhere.  Romulus Whitaker 

 

 

91,606.  Steven Price:  Snakes don’t attack, unless they’re provoked. Something up there’s making them go crazy, possibly some kind of drug.

 

Neville:  Well, that’s good news: snakes on crack.  Snakes on a Plane 2006 starring Samuel L Jackson & Julianna Margulies & Nathan Phillips & Rachel Blanchard & Mark Houghton & Byron Lawson & Sunny Mabrey & Todd Louiso & Kenan Thompson & James Hibbert & Bruce James et al, director David R Ellis 

 

 

110,809.  But the strangest creature of them all is the Tibetan hot-spring snake.  The highest living snake in the world.  Here on the Tibetan plateau there are thermal pools.  (Mountain & Tibet & Snake)  Mountain: Life at the Extreme, BBC 2017