…………was known as Chaos in ancient times or a Beginning of a New Paradigm. In the creation myths, it was a name given to the divine embodiment of the primordial ocean or the initial gap by the separation of the heaven or earth. However, in ancient Egypt, it was Apep (Apophis), the ancient Egyptian deity who incarnated chaos as a giant (primeval) serpent. The serpent was known as a demon of chaos and darkness and opposed light and order. Although, these concepts set off against one another, the process of their opposition prepares a new paradigm, in other words a new Cycle or a Re-Birth. Nowadays, we are all experiencing or observing how Humanity is transforming Chaos (the threats). The Serpent is about to Cure and hopefully, we continue to breath and live in the moment.
‘Be still and cool in thy own mind and spirit’ George Fox (1624-91)
‘Where there is ruin, there is hope for a treasure’ Rumi (13th c. AD)
‘We are united with all life that is in nature. Man can no longer live his life for himself alone’. (Albert Schweitzer, (1875-1965).