seven headed snake god is known as Shesha in Hinduism and represents
the seven stars in the night sky called the Pleiades cluster which has
seven stars in the night sky. It is believed by Hindus that when he
coils back, the universe ceases to exist. "Shesha" in Sanskrit texts,
especially those relating to mathematical calculation, also implies the
"remainder" – that which remains when all else ceases to exist.
>Uchchaihshravas in Sanskrit:
means "long-ears" or "neighing aloud". is a seven-headed flying horse.
It is considered the best of horses, prototype and king of horses.
Uchchaihshravas is often described as a Vahana ("vehicle") of Indra
- the god-king of heaven, but is also recorded to be the horse of Bali
the king of demons. Uchchaihshravas is said to be white in color. The
seven headed horse in actual reality represensts the Pleiades cluster
since it also has seven heads to match the seven stars in the night sky.
>Maya seven gods of the Pleiades cluster with one god proceeding
over six other gods.
>Balaur the Romanian dragon from Romanian folklore is seven
headed and represents the seven stars of the Pleiades cluster.
"Then the seven angels who had the seven trumpets prepared to sound
>The seven angels with trumpets in the biblical book of
revelation represent the seven stars of the Pleiades cluster.
"When Jesus rose early on the first day of the week, he appeared first
to Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had driven seven demons."
>The seven demons from the Bible represents the seven stars of
the Pleiades cluster as well. Also the reason the world is made in
seven days in the bible is a reference to the Pleiades cluster which
has seven stars hence why we also have seven days in a week.