You see it on Doctors lapels, on the side of ambulances and hospitals…it is the ancient symbol for Kundalini, and called today, Caduceus and/or Staff of Hermes, Staff of Osiris. It is the symbol of healing and restoration, hence the reason this ancient symbol is used by the medical profession today. ~ Mynzah
(Ida & Pingala)
ascending a pole (Sushumna).
Attaining wings (Awakening) at the height of ascent.
Union with God
The pine cone symbol is one of the most mysterious emblems found in ancient and modern art and architecture. Few scholars realize it, but the pine cone alludes to the highest degree of spiritual illumination possible. This was recognized by various ancient cultures, and the symbol can be found in the ruins of the Indonesians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Christians, to name a few. It also appears in the drawings of esoteric traditions like Freemasonry, Theosophy, Gnosticism, and esoteric Christianity. The pine cone held the same meaning for all: It symbolized a secret vestigial organ, the “pineal gland” or “Third Eye”, that we all possess. ~ Richard Cassaro, Author, Written In Stone