Serpent and Dragon Symbols

The winged dragon was the symbol of pagan Rome and Catholicism has made it its own. The serpent and winged dragon symbols are seen throughout Catholicism, and are found originating in ancient pagan cultures. Many of the images in this album are featured in Amazing Discoveries' Total Onslaught: The Wine of Babylon lecture. Purchase The Wine of Babylon DVD or view the lecture online.

<p>Egyptian covering cherubs in the form of serpents. <br /><br /></p>
Egyptian covering cherubs in the form of serpents.
<p>The Vatican has taken over the serpent symbol. The greatest serpents in the world are found on Bernini's canopy in Rome, surrounding the tomb of St. Peter. <br /><br />Interestingly enough, St. Paul's cathedral in London, which once was Protestant, is now rebuilt as an exact duplicate of the Vatican and also has serpent pillars. <br /><br /></p>
The Vatican has taken over the serpent symbol. The greatest serpents in the world are found on Bernini's canopy in Rome, surrounding the tomb of St. Peter. Interestingly enough, St. Paul's cathedral in London, which once was Protestant, is now rebuilt as an exact duplicate of the Vatican and also has serpent pillars.
<p>An ancient goddess holding a croisier. <br /><br /></p>
An ancient goddess holding a croisier.
<p>A serpent door handle on St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco, California. <a title="Pagan Catholic Architecture Gallery" href="../albums.html?action=album&amp;aid=5428977213518190017" target="blank">View more images of pagan Catholic architecture</a>. <br /><br /><br /></p>
A serpent door handle on St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco, California. View more images of pagan Catholic architecture.
<p>A dragon on a papal crest in the Vatican Museum.&nbsp;<br /><br /></p>
A dragon on a papal crest in the Vatican Museum. 
<p>A serpent symbol on a Roman bridge built during pagan times. <br /><br /></p>
A serpent symbol on a Roman bridge built during pagan times.
<p>Roman bath in Bath, England. Notice the serpent, a symbol of healing. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Roman bath in Bath, England. Notice the serpent, a symbol of healing.
<p><a title="Read our article about Mary" href="../S-deception_end-time_paganism_Catholic_Mary" target="blank">Mary</a> standing on a serpent in a church in Bethlehem. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Mary standing on a serpent in a church in Bethlehem.
<p>Serpents behind the head of Lord Nrsimhadeva, India. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Serpents behind the head of Lord Nrsimhadeva, India.
<p>Top picture: The winged serpent spirit, signifying the soul of the departed. Egypt.<br /><br /> Bottom picture: Winged serpent guardians on King Tut's throne Cairo, Egypt. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Top picture: The winged serpent spirit, signifying the soul of the departed. Egypt. Bottom picture: Winged serpent guardians on King Tut's throne Cairo, Egypt.
<p>Serpent crosiers were commonly carried by bishops and high Catholic officials during the Middle Ages. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Serpent crosiers were commonly carried by bishops and high Catholic officials during the Middle Ages.
<p>Serpent crosiers were commonly carried by bishops and high Catholic officials during the Middle Ages. <br /><br /><br /></p>
Serpent crosiers were commonly carried by bishops and high Catholic officials during the Middle Ages.