Inside all of us, we have two snakes, often people believe that raising their kundalini that they have connected closer to God source, yet they fail to recognise the trickster spirit of Jezebel and Leviathan. When raising your Kundalini, you do have a test to conquer and that test, is the spirit of the Leviathan. Kundalini is often misinterpreted because one who has achieved self actualisation will KNOW the difference between the spirit of Leviathan and that of the true Kundalini. One serpent represent the good of humanity and the other for worldly powers that you wish to be bestowed upon the self to serve PRIDE, GREED and ENVY!
Leviathan symbolizes the source of evil and a direct challenge to the authority of God. While it can show a ‘monster’ of the sea, it also represents the whole of humanity (that hates God) as well as individuals that defy God.
Leviathan is the serpent of the sea, he rules the water, and we as humans are made of water, Leviathan is one of the two snakes we all have within. One represents Kundalini (the true path) – the other is Leviathan (the false path!)
Closely connected to the Ouroburus, the serpent that covers the world, Leviathan is the ruler of false pride. He rises in the battle within, as the energy of the kundalini rises up, through the waters of the body, so too, does the energy of the Leviathan!
Which one wins depends on PRIDE (Narcissism and self serving gratification) the individual’s soul truth and their association with Pride and Envy. The jealous will fall and bow to the commands of the Leviathan. Leviathan spirit seeks to Kill, Choke or Strangle the Holy Spirit!
The father of humanity created all creatures, and Leviathan is the dual nature opposite to the false holy spirit. As you raise the kundalini and get closer to God, if your intentions are purely selfish and self serving, then Leviathan is going to consume you. Self serving VANITY and PRIDE are the traps!
Sea serpents feature prominently in the mythology of the Ancient Near East. They are attested by the 3rd millennium bc in Sumerian iconography depicting the god Ninurta overcoming a seven-headed serpent. It was common for Near Eastern religions to include a Chaoskampf: a cosmic battle between a sea monster representing the forces of chaos and a creator god or culture hero who imposes order by force. The Babylonian creation myth describes Marduk’s defeat of the serpent goddess Tiamat, whose body was used to create the heavens and the earth.
It is told in texts that the Leviathan will be slain and its flesh served as a feast to the righteous in [the] Time to Come, and its skin used to cover the tent where the banquet will take place.
When the Leviathan is hungry, he sends forth from his mouth a heat so great as to make all the waters of the deep boil, and if he would put his head into Paradise no living creature could endure the odour of him. His abode is the Mediterranean Sea; and the waters of the Jordan fall into his mouth.
The body of the Leviathan, especially his eyes, possesses great illuminating power, when frightened by the sudden appearance of a brilliant light, that it probably proceeded from the eyes of the Leviathan.
The Leviathan – a singular creature with no mate, “its tail is placed in its mouth twisting around and encompassing the entire world” – projects a vivid metaphor for the universe’s underlying unity.
Leviathan is the demon of ENVY, first in punishing the corresponding sinners. Christianity texts refer to Leviathan as one of the seven Princes of Hell corresponding to the seven deadly sins.
The Church Father Origen accused a gnostic sect of venerating the biblical serpent of the Garden of Eden. Therefore, he calls them Ophites, naming after the serpent they are supposed to worship. In this belief system, the Leviathan appears as an Ouroboros, separating the divine realm from humanity by enveloping or permeating the material world.
After death, a soul must pass through the seven spheres of the Archons. If the soul does not succeed, it will be swallowed by a dragon-shaped archon, who holds the world captive and returns the soul into an animal body (re-incarnation)
Stories such as the Titans, Hades and the Kraken all relate to the tale of Leviathan, a serpent that rules the Underworld, all that is darkness!