spoken of in Genesis is not a snake. It is a Nahash. A
creature that is fiery and that has powers of enchantment.
It originally had wings, but then God cursed him and took
away his wings, saying: Upon
thy belly shalt thou go.(Genesis 3:4)
Nowhere in Genesis does it say the
Nahash is an animal or a devil. Nowhere in
Genesis does the Nahash lie. He that Adam and Eve
would not die the day she ate the fruit of the Tree of
Knowledge of Good and Evil and that they would become as
gods, knowing good and evil. She did not die and even
God acknowledged: Behold
the man has become as one of us, to know good and evil.
The Nahash is the seraph, the
kundalini, the evolutionary force in man that moves him to
evolve, grow and constantly improve himself and gain power
over his environment..