In ancient Egypt, the snake was a kind of animal representing royal power. The head crown of all the Pharaonic figures is very special 4102, which is a decoration similar to the flattened neck of a cobra when it is attacked; and there is always a snake on the walking stick of the king. Because in Egypt, the snake symbolized Solomon’s wisdom, and Cobra was the patron saint of the ancient Egyptian monarch. Cobra’s bulging triangular head is inlaid in the crown in a grand way, which becomes the emblem of supreme power.
In Hindu mythology, the cobra shaped “Naka” is the God of water, the God of fertility and the God of reproduction. The image of “Naka” is often found in many bronze, stone carvings and paintings. In the Hindu myth stirring the turbid sea, nakana’s huge snake body is pulled by the gods and demons at both ends, symbolizing the opposition between good and evil, creation and destruction, abundance and poverty.
The Vedas along the coast of West Africa believe that cobra is the “God of life”. If they kneel down and pray to the cobra, they can have children.