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Definitions

  1. The caduceus is a winged staff, with two serpents, and is carried by the Greek god, Hermes, who is said to be the messenger of the Gods. (Web site)
  2. The caduceus is a symbol of healing, health and transformation. (Web site)
  3. The caduceus is a symbol of commerce and is associated with the Greek god Hermes.
  4. The caduceus is used interchangeably with the Rod of Asclepius, especially in the United States. (Web site)
  5. Caduceus is the central medical facility in the Atlus video games series Trauma Center.

Two Snakes

  1. The symbol for medicine and a common logo on ambulances is the caduceus, the rod with two snakes coiled around it in spirals.
  2. The teaser poster for Snakes on a Plane depicts two snakes winding around an airliner in the same style as a Caduceus.
  3. The Caduceus, or staff of Mercury, is composed of a rod with two snakes intertwined around the rod.
  4. Encarta item - Caduceus, symbolic staff surmounted by two wings and entwined with two snakes. (Web site)

Caduceus

  1. The sushumna, our caduceus' rod, parallels the spinal column from the base of the body to the base of the skull.
  2. Illustrated glossary definition of the caduceus, or wand of Hermes.
  3. Hermes, as divine messenger, was invariably depicted with the caduceus, which was represented as a staff with white ribbons or intertwined snakes. (Web site)
  4. Originally, the caduceus was represented as a simple staff wound about with two white ribbons. (Web site)
  5. Together, Ida and Pingala form the snakes of the caduceus, while Sushumna forms the staff. (Web site)

Wings

  1. The caduceus (or magic wand) that Mercury carries consists of three elements: a rod, a pair of wings and two intertwined serpents.
  2. Crest of Mercury is depicted the same as the Caduceus.
  3. At the ajna chakra, between the eyebrows, there are two petals, one on either side, just as there are two wings at the top of the caduceus. (Web site)
  4. Encarta item - Caduceus, symbolic staff surmounted by two wings and entwined with two snakes. (Web site)

Serpent

  1. The alchemists adopted the caduceus because Hermes, the God of Messengers, was also the patron lord of gamblers, thieves, tricksters and alchemists.
  2. The caduceus is often also used as a symbol for medicine or doctors, in place of the rod of Asclepius which is the usual symbol of medical professions.
  3. Occasionally the caduceus may be combined with a DNA double-helix, which the intertwined snakes coincidentally resemble. (Web site)
  4. An insignia of a caduceus meant, mistakenly, to symbolize a physician.
  5. In the caduceus, used by physicians, the staff is winged, with two serpents intertwined.
  6. In India, the caduceus became associated with the kundalini or serpent power, the latent power believed to lie as a coiled serpent at the base of the spine.
  7. Some medical organizations join the serpents of the caduceus with rungs to suggest a DNA double-helix. (Web site)

Symbol

  1. Caduceus of medicine: The caduceus is the symbol of medicine. (Web site)
  2. In Roman thought, the caduceus was a symbol of moral equilibrium and good conduct. (Web site)
  3. For the Romans, the caduceus served as a symbol of moral equilibrium and of good conduct.
  4. It is the Caduceus, the symbol of medicine, of healing, health and transformation, the universal logo seen atop ambulances.

Around

  1. There are many representations of the Caduceus from cultures around the world and throughout history.
  2. The symbol for medicine and a common logo on ambulances is the caduceus, the rod with two snakes coiled around it in spirals.
  3. The caduceus, an esoteric symbol picturing two serpents coiled around a rod, is one of the most ancient symbols in the Middle East. (Web site)

Game

  1. In the video game Starcraft, the Caduceus Reactor is an upgrade available to Terran Medics.
  2. In the online sci-fi fantasy game Phantasy Star Online, the Caduceus is a light-themed weapon useable by the magic using Force classes.
  3. In the video game Diablo II, Paladins can use a high level, mace-like weapon called a "Caduceus".
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Mercury

  1. Blavatsky stated that the Serpents were ever the emblems of wisdom and prudence is again shown by the caduceus of Mercury.
  2. In Virgil's Aeneid (book 4) the caduceus is said to have been given to Mercury by Apollo in exchange for Lyre. (Web site)

Staff

  1. The 1987 video game Barbarian featured two snakes entangled on swords which bore a striking resemblance to the caduceus.
  2. Sometimes the caduceus, or versions of it, were magnetized with odic energy and atmic force.
  3. In the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the character Cameron Frye is seen wearing a T-shirt depicting a caduceus.
  4. The staff of Asclepius, the Greek god of healing, which was entwined by a single snake, was also called a caduceus. (Web site)
  5. The game Barbarian for the ZX Spectrum had 2 snakes entangled on a sword, bearing a striking resemblance to the caduceus.

Dates

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Medicine

  1. By the end of the 16th century, alchemy became widely associated with medicine in some areas, leading to some use of the caduceus as a medical symbol. (Web site)
  2. In the seventh century, the caduceus came to be associated with a precursor of medicine, alchemy, based on the Hermetic spells. (Web site)

Greek

  1. In some cases, depictions of the Greek kerykeion can be radically different from that of the traditional caduceus (as in the picture at right). (Web site)
  2. The Greek messenger goddess Iris also carried the caduceus. (Web site)
  3. The staff of Asclepius, the Greek god of healing, which was entwined by a single snake, was also called a caduceus.

Caduceus Symbol

  1. The caduceus symbol of coiling snakes is thought to be an ancient symbolic representation of Kundalini physiology.
  2. Her attributes are the caduceus and the vase of water from the river Styx. (Web site)
  3. When swung, the Caduceus leaves a trail of goose feathers in its wake.
  4. The caduceus has a special place in the rich iconography of speculative Freemasonry. (Web site)
  5. The Renaissance artist Jacopo de' Barbari signed most of his work just with a (wingless) caduceus.

Hermes

  1. The Rod of Asclepius is frequently confused with the caduceus, which is a symbol of commerce associated with the god Hermes.
  2. Originally the Caduceus was considered as a symbol of commerce and associated with the Greek god Hermes.
  3. The caduceus is strongly linked to the Greek god Hermes (Mercury in Roman mythology).
  4. The fact that the author confuses the caduceus of Hermes with the rod of Asclepius does detract from the article's authority, though. (Web site)

Thoth

  1. Caduceus of Thoth The Caduceus was originally a healing tool employed in the temples of Atlantis and Egypt.
  2. Caduceus (Latin) A herald's staff; specially, the wand of Mercury or Hermes, god of wisdom, corresponding to Thoth. (Web site)

States Army

  1. The main reason for the modern confusion over the symbols occurred when the caduceus was adopted by the Medical Department of the United States Army in 1902.
  2. The caduceus has been adopted as a symbol by the medical profession; it is also the emblem of the medical branches of the United States Army and Navy.

Episode

  1. In the X-Files episode "Arcadia", Scully notices that one of her new neighbors is wearing a Caduceus on his necklace.
  2. In the X-Files episode "The Erlenmeyer Flask", Scully notices that a car is not the same as another car because of a Caduceus sticker in the car's window.

Free

  1. Download free Caduceus font from Handwritten,Kids,Modern category provided by SearchFreeFonts.com.
  2. This free medical clipart image depicts a Caduceus which is a winged staff with two serpent snakes twined around it.

Confusion

  1. Early confusion between the symbols almost certainly arose due to the links between alchemy and Hermes, whose symbol is the caduceus.
  2. Confusion with the caduceus vs.

Wine

  1. Caduceus Cellars wine reviews, ratings, winery notes, and tasting notes.
  2. A somewhat anonymous reader sent me a link to a Craigslist page which claims to be selling an bottle of Primer Paso Caduceus wine autographed by Maynard.

Ancient Symbol

  1. The Caduceus, two entwined snakes set upon a rod, was the ancient symbol of Hermes, the Greek god of merchants.
  2. The Caduceus additionally represents the DNA helix, which contains the crystalline frequency of all morphogenetic fields.
  3. In The United States the caduceus is the more popular of the two commonly used symbols of medicine. (Web site)
  4. The caduceus [kuh DOO shis] is the ancient symbol of the Physician.
  5. In Issue #11, Promethea uses the lingustic powers of the caduceus to reprogram a living computer virus.

Dictionary

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Magic

  1. The mythical origin of his magic twin serpent caduceus is described in the story of Tiresias. (Web site)
  2. In the online sci-fi fantasy game Phantasy Star Online, the Caduceus is a light-themed weapon useable by the magic using Force classes.

Definition

  1. Definition of boy's name Caduceus in the Baby Names dictionary.
  2. Definition and other additional information on Caduceus from Biology-Online.org dictionary.
  3. Definition of caduceus from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

Carried

  1. In Rome, Livy refers to the caduceator who negotiated peace arrangements under the diplomatic protection of the caduceus he carried. (Web site)
  2. The caduceus.,staff carried by Hermes, the messenger of the gods, as a symbol of peace.

Art

  1. Caduceus clip art image.
  2. Original digital art print of menacing caduceus.

Angel

  1. Winged Caduceus, the angel of healing, crowned and with flowing hair, rises majestically from a broken sphere.
  2. In the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, the fourth angel, Shamshel, looks somewhat like a Caduceus.

Magazine

  1. We have just received copies of the Spring, 2007 issue (#71) of Caduceus Magazine from the UK, with the cover article by Jeff Volk.
  2. Caduceus magazine offers subscriptions to excellent body mind health articles and information.

Cameron

  1. From Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the Caduceus shirt worn by Cameron is a fine way to show your appreciation for one of the greatest movies ever made.
  2. In the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the character Cameron Frye is seen wearing a T-shirt depicting a caduceus.
  3. So when I saw this loving recreation of Cameron---s Caduceus tee over at Found Item Clothing, I sort of lost my shit.

Dna

  1. Some medical organizations join the serpents of the caduceus with rungs to suggest a DNA double-helix.
  2. The caduceus additionally symbolises the four elements.
  3. The basic power of the Caduceus is the primal power to heal or harm.
  4. The Caduceus additionally represents the DNA helix, which contains the crystalline frequency of all morphogenetic fields.

Medical

  1. In the television show Lost, the caduceus is part of the symbol for the medical hatch, otherwise known as the Staff.
  2. The caduceus has been adopted as a symbol by the medical profession; it is also the emblem of the medical branches of the United States Army and Navy. (Web site)

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