In my opinion, and what is missing from all the symbolism related to the spider, baalzebub, or ball of flies, is the fact that when a vessica pisces soul, or just a Pisces soul that the entire zodiac is built on is used then it opens the door for plagues and viruses because caduceus acts as shield for the human race.
In the last 18 years of my life, and the Voice of God screaming at me, in the form of a Tesla Coil, there was a day that was mentioned as a day I was supposed to receive a box from Bangor, Maine in which there was supposed to be something black in the box. During my time that I worked at Goodwill; a Boston based charity organization, which was a short time, because they were really only needed people for a short time, which they did not say when I was hired, to accept donations at the back of several truck trailers. All of the trailers had Maine license plates on them, and had been leased to Goodwill for a dollar each by someone that was the dad of the person that hired me.
It was also mentioned about 30 years ago in Columbus Ohio that someone by the name of Susan Ramsey Nelson "knew Paul Hogan". She had tracked me down by knowing, before she came from the west coast, which had nothing to do with the west coast of Florida, where I lived. No one would have wanted to come to the place I lived, at the time, unless she had gotten information that made her think that anything related to electromagnetic was something I knew something about. I think the person she knew; Paul Hogan, lived in the Bangor Wales or Lightning Ridge area of Wales. There always seems to be two geographic areas of the earth related to the "world" at the same time.
In the Bangor Maine area, near the border with Canada, there was mention of smuggling, and the Bubonic plague in the last 10 years.
The movie "Day of the Locust" I said was an important movie to someone who came to Columbus, and thought only movies like "Z" an account of Salvadore Allende assassination, which is mentioned on my interval, and movies like the "Groove Tube", and "Catch 22". Here is the description someone in 1963, while living in our house in Plantation said of the assassination of Salvadore Allende assassinaton, it was supposedly about someone coming to the door with something in his mouth, could that be the spiders mouth, and saying Chile, as the joke.
The greatest questions a human being can ask, if sincere, is there a God? and Who am I
There is a story connected to the Sand Dollar, that was told to our mom just before she died that she told to me. It was during the last vacation that our dad, our mom, my brother Mike, and I went to Sanibel Island. Not only does the Sand Dollar, with it's design created by little creatures resemble the golden mean, supposedly they are hollow , and it is because there are doves inside. The one my mom found, in about 1961, on Sanibel Island, unfortunately was damaged inside, and was black like tar. The one I brought home from Treasure Island, near St Pete, from the first vacation I have ever had, since that vacation I still hold in a glass jar that I received for helping with Habitat for Humanity. Our mom also said there was a connection to Kryst on a Sand Dollar. I am not sure where she got that information, but she felt she needed to pass it on to me.
Having conceived of God in the image of a spider in Through a Glass Darkly, in Winter Light he resolved his God question—"The film is the tombstone over a traumatic conflict which ran like an inflamed nerve throughout my conscious life. The images of God are shattered without my perception of Man as the bearer of a holy purpose being obliterated. The surgery has finally been completed." His notion of God now is reconciled in nothingness.
Ba‘al Z?bûb is variously understood to mean "lord of flies", or "lord of the (heavenly) dwelling". Originally the name of a Philistine god, Beelzebub is also identified in the New Testament as Satan, the "prince of the demons". In Arabic the name is retained as Ba‘al dhubaab / zubaab (??? ??????), literally "Lord of the Flies". Biblical scholar Thomas Kelly Cheyne suggested that it might be a derogatory corruption of Ba‘al Z?bûl, "Lord of the High Place" (i.e., Heaven) or "High Lord". The word Beelzebub in rabbinical texts is a mockery of the Ba'al religion, which ancient Hebrews considered to be idol (or, false God) worship. Ba'al, meaning "Lord" in Ugaritic, was used in conjunction with a descriptive name of a specific God. Jewish scholars have interpreted the title of "Lord of Flies" as the Hebrew way of calling Ba'al a pile of dung, and comparing Ba'al followers to flies.  The Septuagint renders the name as Baalzebub (??????????) and as Baal muian (???? ?????, "Baal of flies"), but Symmachus the Ebionite may have reflected a tradition of its offensive ancient name when he rendered it as Beelzeboul.
The source for the name Ba‘al Zebûb / Beelzebub is in 2 Kings 1:2-3, 6, 16 where King Ahaziah of Kingdom of Israel (Samaria), after seriously injuring himself in a fall, sends messengers to inquire of Ba‘al Zebûb, the god of the Philistine city of Ekron, to learn if he will recover.
Bangor, Wales during Medieval times
The Black Plague
Between the coils of the two snakes in caduceus is PSI, or neptune, the ruler of Vessica Pisces or Pisces the soul/mind protection for the world using the immune response, when that is broken, then there is a problem. I was not the one that put my soul/mind in the Spiders mouth. The Cerbral Palsey virus, for which Albert Sabin has a foundation caused an epidemic in the United States in the year I was born. The oral vaccine was distributed to, as far as I know, all residents in the Ft Lauderdale area. My step brother and sister used to call me "Palsey" for a reason I did not understand at the time. Albert Sabin has a foundation here in Cincinnati dedicated to the same work he started in the 1950's. I think they know that vaccines are never going to stop a virus. It is only a temporary measure and the virus will come back again, and next time even worse.
A GOOD DEAL is now known about the incidence of plague in this country during the early modern period, but attempts to probe the wider impact of these epidemics on the general history of the era have been rare. This is curious, for plague occupies a prominent position in tlhe historiography of the later middle ages; but while the disease remained a major factor in the lives of Englishmen for nearly two centuries after the close of the medieval period, the modem historian can find no place for it in his survey of the forces moulding the development of Tudor and Stuart England.This essay is an attempt to examine the demographic, social, economic, and moral impact of plague epidemics. It makes no attempt to cover the chronological and geographical patterns of the disease, or to describe its medical aspects, since these areas are well reviewed by recent published work.'Of course plague was only one among many epidemic diseases which afflicted the period under examination: typhus and dysentery were more common, influenza (particularly in the great pandemic of 1556-59) killed many more people, and the rate of population growth continued to be determined by the many and obscure destroyers of children. Why, then, should we select plague for a special prominence? The answer lies in the uniquely disruptive and disturbing consequences of its epidemics, caused by certain basic characteristics of the disease which deserve prior treatment and are chiefly derived from the peculiar transmission of the organism