The Centipede & The Serpent

The Centipede & The Serpent


By Matthew Delooze

Hello folks,

This is just a sort of observation and spiritual interpretation of things I saw in a news item a couple of weeks ago. I believe some of you may find it interesting and even food for thought if you pardon the pun.

o-SNAKE-570Centipede Eats Its Way Out Of A Viper’s Stomach Source

The above news item (Source linked) appeared to be reported around all parts of the planet, through many different news outlets a couple of weeks ago.

It’s about a Viper and a large Centipede.  I actually found the image both a powerful trigger and very symbolic story in many ways and I’m sure a few of you will have done/will do too.

Please take a look at the image as I ask you to ponder on any thoughts that it may set off in you. I see many many analogies in this tale but initially only the image of the ‘Centipede’ affected me and it sort of forced me to imagine putting myself in its position, going back in time if you like, before its death, to imagine what sort of scene really took place and what experiences it went through before it died.

It’s clear from the image that a battle must have taken place and the Serpent obviously truly believed it had overpowered and defeated the Centipede to believe it could swallow it.

On looking at the image more deeply I imagined actually being the Centipede myself and I imagined myself in a massive battle and taking all the venom from the Serpent. I then imagined what it was like losing the battle, being overcome and paralysed by the poison and then mercilessly being considered dead and swallowed up. Can you imagine it too?

That said its clear by the picture that when the Centipede was swallowed it wasn’t dead and maybe the Serpent, this vicious female ‘Nose-Horned Viper’, (and we all know what they are like lads don’t we?) was so greedy and hasty she either swallowed the Centipede without the expense of using venom or, for that matter, even bothering checking for a pulse.

Whatever the true situation was the Centipede had definitely not died and obviously the Serpent’s venom, if used at all, had totally worn off and the Centipede found itself alive and more importantly ‘fully conscious’ right in the belly of the Serpent. Can you imagine what that Centipede must have felt like after ‘waking up and finding itself inside the very guts of the Serpent’ that had enslaved and consumed it?

It should be remembered these types of Centipedes are known to being very vicious warriors and ferocious predators themselves! I’m guessing the Centipede was initially relieved to be awake and alive after its nightmare battle. I also assume it was bloody angry and more than slightly frustrated when it realised just where it was! I imagine it reacted just like a drunken teenager would, after being imprisoned in the police cells for the first time, and want to kick the bloody locked door off its hinges in frustration.


I then looked at the image again (above). I looked at the Serpent itself and again I imagined myself it its position, going back in time again if you like, to imagine what sort of scene really took place and what experiences it went through before it died. I pondered on the thought that the Serpent must have initially experienced a massive sense of victory, whilst also experiencing the emotional pleasure of a massive feast. The Serpent obviously feasted on it large meal in more ways than one.


The Serpent experienced a massive feast.

Then the Serpent simply swallowed down the Centipede and must have thought it had fatally destroyed it…  literally without giving it a second ‘thought’.

I imagine the Serpent had felt rather smug over its own victory and the fate of its victim and obviously fully satisfied with the proceeds of its greed. But after swallowing such a large meal can you ever imagine Serpent felt when it realised the Centipede was actually still alive and ironically ‘alive and kicking’ inside it.

How would you have felt knowing that you’d swallowed such a thing and found out it was fully alive?


 I then looked at the picture again and tried to imagine the final scene before death in where the Centipede was kicking and screaming and biting its enslaver for all it’s worth, but all along the Serpent was powerless to do anything about the Centipede’s revenge apart from know it was slowly being killed from the inside.

What were the last thoughts of the Serpent? What were the last thoughts of the Centipede?

whatever they were, It’s clear both ‘prey’ and ‘predator’ literally swapped roles several times. Indeed the one image, just one image, graphically showed us that a ‘dream’ situation can so easily become a nightmare, as it did for the Serpent and a nightmare situation change into and a provide dream like opportunity of hope, as it did for the Centipede.

Can you see a tale in the picture? What do you think?

My friend, I could describe several analogies and even write a massive parable based on just that one symbolic image that triggered me today. Both the Serpent and the Centipede symbolise many things all around the ancient world, especially so for the Mayan Serpent Kingdom and Centipede dynasties. (see El Peru-Waka )

Anyway, I found the picture and story we have gone through rather surreal in quality. Maybe the official news reports on this story actually got massive mainstream media coverage all around the world simply for predictive programming purposes or some sort of subconscious triggering event? I don’t know, but I do know there are many spiritually based messages and a lot symbolism in the story. I wouldn’t be messing around with ‘news reports’ if I didn’t. I also know that people I come across need to see certain images, at certain stages of their journey, and I’m sure this is one of them. I know that because I see many things on may levels in certain images and I am given so many stories through what I see. I’m sure the Centipede & Serpent image is a spiritual trigger, nay a spiritual seed to some. I say that because I know other images i have reported on in the past or taken myself are spiritual seeds and triggers too. Obviously if you don’t feel triggered in some way by images and you don’t believe what I’m saying then i’ll sound a right fruitcake to you, but no worries I’m only interested in those that are triggered by things and may folk on’t even know they are triggered anyway.


I will briefly write a short version of some of the deeper meanings I see in The Centipede & The Serpent story. I do this simply because I think its important to do so and I think its a symbolic ‘message of hope’ for some of us, if only subconsciously.

So if you understood the story I created about the image and you understood and connected to it then please try to understand this deeper explanation below. I do point out the symbolism very bluntly. I hope it doesn’t bore you!

So remembering the image again of course…

o-SNAKE-570The Serpent & The Centipede

  “I actually see the centipede as being certain human beings or a collective, (many bodies with two legs in symbolism) (strong legs = well travelled and experienced too).

  I actually see the Serpent in this story as officially controlling the world, this symbolism ‘strongly appears because the actual event took place on ‘Golem Grad’ meaning ‘Big Fortress’, also known as ‘Snake Island’ (symbolically snake prison). Golem Grad also holds a lot of other symbolism, but basically this battle and sacrifice took place in ‘Snake Prison’.

 The Serpent underestimated the Centipede (Symbolising Enslaver under-estimating food source (human beings or ‘collective’), again symbolised by many legs and bodies) The Serpent arrogantly swallowed Centipede down in arrogance, in greed and in selfishness without making sure its poison had fully worked. (World enslaver become incompetent)

The Centipede actually ends up in the very belly of the Serpent alive (Symbolises human ‘consciousness’ discovers the very nerve centre of World Control in Snake Prison) and the Centipede finds that the Serpent’s internal organs are its only form of escape (Symbolising humans finding the unprotected mechanism of its enslavement and seeing the power of its enslaver.  (The internal organs of the Serpent represent unprotected mechanisms)

 The Centipede (Humans) destroys the very heart (internal organs) of the Serpent (Enslavement) and then attempts to break through the prison wall. (The Serpent’s Skin).

The Centipede eventually breaks through the skin (Symbolises humans escape the enslavement) but then the Centipede realises it needs to leave a message to show other’s how it escaped. (Symbolises humans need to provide a legacy to help others) So the Centipede literally dies at the scene showing how escape was achieved (Symbolises Human sacrifice to help others escape the Serpent/ Enslavers). The Centipede does this so ‘the story is recorded and then told around the world! (Symbolises human creating a powerful story of struggle to cause massive attention)

Matthew Delooze 9th May 2014

 OK? Can you see?

 Without the Centipede creating the powerful story through the one graphic image of its own struggle and sacrifice, as daft and as surreal as it appears, how would we ever know its possible to escape from such a struggle in that way or how to arm ourselves to make it a success?

 My friend, does that deeper story make sense to you? It should do as I explain the symbolism in nearly every bloody sentence. If you can see it does it trigger you or is it just confusing mumbo Jumbo?

I promise it’s important to some and I don’t explain what I see in images these days unless it is important friends see it. So I tell you the truth when I say the message of the ‘Centipede and the Serpent’ by Matthew Delooze will help some of you understand some events later on, when I am gone. It is from the universe and sent to help. It will never let you down!

On a lighter note….

Hey I bet Jesus couldn’t explain one image of a Centipede and a Serpent better than that, but there again maybe the Centipede is simply plagiarising the Jesus story, because they are similar as far as the universe is concerned. Obviously Jesus was better looking than the Centipede but as you girls already know, ‘the ugly blokes in this world always have the biggest hearts and the biggest willies’ .

Sorry I should use more manners but… Am I right ladies?

I have said enough…

But Hey…. before I go…  if you think there was a symbolic story in the Centipede & Serpent scenario… what sort of symbolic story do you reckon this one single picture (below) could manifest ‘in words’ from a true heart?


 May Love Reign O’er You All

Matthew Delooze 9th May 2014