The God of commerce, the arts, magic, and modern commercial medicine was named Hermes. His symbol was the Caduceus Staff or Rod of Hermes which is a pole (rod or staff) with two serpents, or more appropriately, worms intertwined, and that reunite forming an arch at the top.
In the etymology of the Latin word caduceus, we find the secret meaning of the symbol of Hermes. The compound word caduceus is made of the words “cad and ceus.” The meaning of the Latin word cad is “to fall.” It is derived from the Greek kad and in Sanskrit cad, both meaning to fall, and also sometimes to die.
That is why a corpse is sometimes called a cadavar (cad-aver) because a dead person falls when they die, or simply never gets up.
This is why Hermes is also known as Cadmus or Cadman (Kadmos or Kad-man) amongst the Phoenicians, Spartans, Sidonians, Arcadians, Boetians, and Cadimians (all the same people). Like Hermes, Cadmus brought the Phoenician alphabet — phoinikeia grammata, “Phoenician letters” to the Greeks; and brought literature to the English. He founded the Capital of Boeotia known as Thebes in approximately 1500 BC.
Cadmus’ Soldiers were known as the Hivites, a name meaning serpents, and they are said to be changed into Serpents. They are also known by many as the Nephilim, Sons of Jupiter, Ophites, Hivites, Levites, descendants of Cadmus, the Sparti (the sown men or Spartans), a Boeotian aristocracy from the Peloponnese region of Greece that were also called the Pelopids, and their capital was in Thebes.
Madam Blavatsky had written in Isis Unveiled; “The Ophites or Ophians comes from the Greek ophianoi (ὄφιανοι), from Greek ophis (ὄφις) meaning “
In the genealogical tables of Genesis, where “the Hivite” is named as one of the descendants (the sixth in order) of Canaan, the son of Ham who would be the Sons of Cain (lien. x. 17; 1 C’hr. i. 15). It is also said; “The conquered Hivites became “hewer of wood and drawers of water” for the house of Jehovah and for the congregation (Josh. ix. 27).” This is when the Levites had become what Saint Beda had written in his 9th century book titled, Ezra and Nehemiah has said, “allegorically, the Levites represent those attached to the Catholic Church.” The symbol for the Levites is the water vase or Lever. Yes, the Phoenician Nephilim who also went by many other names are part of the Catholic Church, and more specifically, they were its original priests, bishops and Popes.
Now that we understand some of the very important information behind these words, names and their inventors, let us please get back to the etymology of caduceus….
The second word in caduceus is the Latin word ceus which is the equivalent of the Greek zeus. Both words represent the planet Jupiter, and is known biblically as the morning star. In ancient times, Jupiter was known as the King of Gods, Lord or Lords, Soul of the Universe, Morning Star, Zeus, Osiris, Ammon, Baal and the Father. Quite simply, Jupiter was who they proclaimed “God of the Earth,” and when we ask the question who is God? This is the planet which they determined gave life to earth and humans long ago. Hence, to the ancients, Jupiter is God.
Therefor, the etymology of the word caduceus indicates the meaning to be “the fall of Jupiter,” or more appropriately the symbol of those who are known biblically as the fallen Sons of God (Jupiter). They are also known in Hebrew as the Bene Elohim and Nephilim described in Genesis 6:4; that the offspring of the Nephilim were “mighty men of old, men of renown”. They are sometimes known in literature by many names such as the Anunnaki, Boetians, Cadamians, Hivites, Ophites, Levites, Phoenicians, Judeans (Tribe of Judah), mighty men of renown, and simply as giants who became Gods on earth to name a few. Men who were renown for the super human mental power, strength, and length in years which they had lived.
The meaning of Nephilim in Hebrew is the verbal root n-ph-l “fall.” As I explained above, the God Hermes carries the symbol of the caduceus, which I have determined the meaning cad is “to fall,” and ceus is “Jupiter or the bright morning star.” This is why in the bible; “I, Jesus, have sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star.” Rev 22:16 (NIV) Many people incorrectly attribute the morning star to Venus. It is Jupiter who is also known as a morning star, and this is the planet they speak of.
This event of the fall of the Sons of God is further spoken of in scriptures where it is said; “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! You said in your heart, “I will ascend to heaven; I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, on the utmost heights of the sacred mountain. I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.” But you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit.”
In my previous article, The Meaning of Hermes, I had written that Hermes is sometimes referred to as Kermes and Hermon (Herm-On or Baal Hermon). Hermes was also born at a place called Mount Hermon which is the exact same sacred mountain on the same Holy Island of Crete where his father Zeus had also been born, and that today is called Mount Ida. Mount Ida is the home of the origins of the Tribe of Judah who were also known as the Idaens, and today Judeans. This is where the infant God Zeus was hidden in a cave by his Mother Rhea (Cybeline and Mountain Mother etc.), who placed Zeus in the care of the priesthood of the Curetes (Ker-etes). Herodotus had said that the Curetes had come to Crete with the Phoenician Prince Cadmus.
The French Occultist, Eliphas Levi had written; “The fallen angels gathered around their chief, Samiaxas, on a high mountain, which has been called ever since ‘the mountain of the Oath’, for the Eggregores pledged themselves there one to the other with a sacrilegious vow.”
As I mentioned above, Jesus was the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star, and he is also of the Tribe of Judah which would indicate he is from the same Mount Ida (Herm-On) where the Nephilim had made the sacrilegious vow. The big difference with Jesus, is that he was the only Judean who did not make once of these vows, or deals with Satan to mislead mankind. In fact, he was crucified for not taking this vow, and throwing those Brothers who took the vow and became money changer/bankers out of the temple for defiling it. In the Passion of Christ, when he was reluctantly placed on the cross next to a thief named Barabbas by the governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate, his Roman executioners gave the crowd who was both Jew and Gentile a choice to have either Jesus executed or the thief, and the crowd chose Barabbas to be released, and Jesus to be crucified.
The meaning of the name Barabbas in Aramaic is Bar-abbâ (בר-אבא), “son of the father.” Jesus was also a son of the father. Hence, they were from the same tribe of Judah, but Barabbas is part of sect known as the Nephilim, or those that fell, and Jesus the messiah who refused to take that vow was sacrificed. The world we have today is based on the vow of the Nephilim and can be symbolized in the story of the Passion of Christ, and of the thief who lived on, Barabbas.
This is the same sacred mountain spoken about in the Book of Enoch, where it is said about the Nephilim who also make a sacrilegious vow at Mount Hermon or the Mountain of Hermes;
And it came to pass when the children of men had multiplied that in those days were born unto them beautiful and comely daughters. And the angels, the children of the heaven, saw and lusted after them, and said to one another: ‘Come, let us choose us wives from among the children of men and beget us children.’ And Semjaza, who was their leader, said unto them: ‘I fear ye will not indeed agree to do this deed, and I alone shall have to pay the penalty of a great sin.’ And they all answered him and said: ‘Let us all swear an oath, and all bind ourselves by mutual imprecations not to abandon this plan but to do this thing.’ Then sware they all together and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it. And they were in all two hundred; who descended in the days of Jared on the summit of Mount Hermon, and they called it Mount Hermon, because they had sworn and bound themselves by mutual imprecations upon it…
In Jubilees it states that God granted ten percent of the disembodied spirits of the nephilim to remain after the flood, as demons, to try to lead the human race astray until the final Judgment, or The Day of the Lord. They obliged to go forth in the world using their God given intellect creating magic, weapons, poisons, idols, Goddesses, Gods and symbols to lead the world astray until the final judgements in which you and I may be a witness of in our lifetimes.
One of these Gods the Nephilim had used to mislead the people was named Hermes, and one of his misleading symbols is his staff of caduceus. A symbol of false duality, materiality, commerce, magic and war.
In my next article on the Caduceus of Hermes (Worms), I will go into more detail on the hidden alchemical and mind control meaning behind the symbol.