The Ouroboros is a mythical creature—the serpent eating his/her own tail—or symbol of immortality and eternal return. See here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouroboros
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The concept of the Ouroboros is central to much of the world’s mythology. This universal symbol denotes the paradox of our existence.
Also called the Pleroma, the Great Round, the Cosmic Egg, or any number of related things, the Ouroboros is most often pictured as a snake or dragon biting or eating its own tail, thus sustaining itself through its own destruction. 1,075 more words