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Truth vs Tradition: Healthcare Symbol

We live in a very confusing time. There is so much information and dis-information, how are we to know what we are supposed to believe? Well, lets take a look at an example I have chosen as the subject of this article, the symbol used to portray HEALTHCARE.

So, what is the symbol we identify as being representative of a physician or of healing? Does this symbol look familiar...?

When you look at it, does it make you think of a doctor, and ambulance, healthcare, or healing?

It is the symbol that is currently being used to portray an idea of healing, but where did it come from?

Well, what if I told you that this symbol actually says something completely different than what you think. It is actually, pretty sinister that they were able to pull this off without people actually realizing what they were doing.

In order to understand what I am talking about, you first have to understand where a serpent on a pole became the symbol of healing. It actually comes from the bible, in the book of Numbers 21:4-9, when God sent serpents to bite the Israelites after they grumbled against Moses and many of them died. When the Israelites came to Moses to appeal to God for their sins and make the serpents stop biting them, God told them to make a Bronze Serpent and place it on a pole, and if anyone was bit, they needed to look upon the serpent and they were healed.

This symbol, called by the Israelites Nehushtan, was passed down since the days of Moses and stood until Hezekiah destroyed it in 2 Kings 18:1-4. This symbol re-emerged in Greek mythology and Greek society around 300 BC and was known as the Rod of Asclepius.

There is one problem though, the real symbol that represents healing only had one serpent, not two. The staff with one serpent can be found in the Star of Life symbol on the side of most Ambulance and medical services vehicles. The staff with two serpents is a symbol for something completely different...

The symbol of the rod with TWO serpents is actually known as the Caduseus and was the staff carried by the god called Hermes in Greco-Egyptian mythology, the god called Mercury in Roman mythology, and It was also the symbol of the Mesopotamian god known as Ningishzida. The word Caduceus actually means Herald, or messenger, which is another word for an ANGEL, even a fallen one. The staff was the symbol of Hermes, who was the god of COMMERCE and THIEVES and was their protector.

Think about that for a minute and let's take a look at those in healthcare who use the symbol of COMMERCE THIEVES as opposed to the symbol of healing...

Kind of makes you wonder...If our government agencies are using the symbol of COMMERCE and THIEVES instead of HEALING, is it any wonder why Dr. Fauci didn't want anyone to know his government agency, the NIH, took money from the Obama-Biden administration to create Covid in a lab in Wuhan, only to give billions in taxpayer money to big pharma corporations that sold people "snake oil" in the form of a non-functioning vaccine, that did nothing to stop the transmission of the virus. This was nothing more than the theft of American wealth at the expense of American health.

Symbols tell stories, if we know their history and we take the time to read them...

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