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The snake or serpent is generally used in popular fiction to represent evil or malevolence. Unfortunately, it is often also linked to the all-seeing eye, further tarnishing both icons in the popular mind
MASONRY IN FICTION
ALL-SEEING EYE IN FICTION
THE SERPENT
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The snake in popular fiction
City of Lost Children Only seen briefly, the malevolent thief of young children’s dreams, the inventor Krank, wears a ring depicting the Worm Ouroboros.
Conan the Barbarian This fictional depiction of such symbols as the all-seeing eye or Worm Ouroboros to represent the bad guys further confuses popular understanding of these ancient symbols. Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones. Directed by John Milius, written by John Milius, Oliver Stone. USA, English. 115 min., colour. 1982.

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