About the collection
For a very long time, the serpent has been feared and rejected as a symbol of evil. Some anthropologists believe that because snakes were the first predator of primates, that this explains why the fear of snakes is so prevalent in humans. And this may be the reason it has also come to be a symbol of initiation and rebirth—precisely because of its association with death.
But the serpent is also a symbol of freedom, renewal, and the generative life force. And because they shed their skin, they’re also a symbol of healing and immortality.
The Wisdom of the Serpent collection is about venerating the initiator and liberator who asks us to “know thyself”. The one who shows the way to hidden things and challenges us to go beyond our self-imposed limits. The serpent that is the creative spark that lies in every single one of us—willing us forth with force and fire to rise, cast off the shackles of a dying aeon, and dance with divinity.
It’s for both the enchanter and the enchanted. For those who bask in the light of the sun and shed their skin when it feels too tight. It’s for those who are enraptured with the mysteries, and it’s for the lovers of existence itself.