Re: On Nagas

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Posted by Judith Matkari ( on December 12, 2000 at 02:25:26:

In Reply to: Re: On Nagas posted by Susan S on November 10, 2000 at 12:47:31:

Hi Susan Iam sending you again an answer. Ifell and broke my writing wrist and typing is not even easy with left hand.Like I said thank you for the nice info. I really appr. It is a subject we all do not talk about enough because we are afraid to tell people and by the way I am the year of the snake also, but unfortunately my skyn is still the same and getting up there in age as well as skin. Haha. Smile. Your friend Judith Matkari :
: Thanks for writing on this subject, I am in the state of nothingness right now but I also thought that the Naga had been subdured by the Buddha as the day or night that Buddha received enlightment, seven corbra came from jungle and curled around him and with their hoods spread out kept the rain from off him. Nagas are not always bad for the good thing about them is that once a year, they shed new skins and perhaps that represents starting new all over again. They are used in protection and since I was born in the year of the snake, and my charactertics are much like one except I am always delighted that each year I get a new skin. I think also the Dragon is part snake. Wish my life would get me out of my chair and find all this informaton but guess I am not ready yet. There is more to this but thanks for kicking this off.

: Susan S

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