Snake swallowing human
[Reptilians feeding on humans, not so obvious in Snake swallowing tail. One of the first was Quetzalcoatl.]
See: Quetzalcoatl Human Sacrifice Vigeland Monolith
See snake symbols:: Asclepius staff, Caduceus Snake Snake eyes (poker) Snake/reptilian eyes (slits) Snake legs Snake swallowing tail (Oroboros) Dragon Dragon slaying Symbol of the Enemy
Biscione - Italian Serpent Symbolism strikingly similar to Quetzalcoatl in Mayan Mythology
Quetzalcoatl depicted as a snake devouring a man, from the Codex Telleriano-Remensis.
Athena a drakon disgorging Jason. Owl Athena wears the ancient form of the Gorgon head on her aegis, as the huge serpent who guards the golden fleece regurgitates Jason; cup by Douris, Classical Greece, early fifth century BC Ė Vatican Museum
Greek Orthodox monastery in Mount Athos, Greece
Visconti family's biscione. It has been the emblem of the Italian Visconti family for around a thousand years
Flag of the Duchy of Milan (1450)
Coat of armís at Milan Central Station.