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  • Kathleen

    'Laminins are a family of proteins that are an integral part of the structural scaffolding of basement membranes in almost every animal tissue.' You see.... Laminins are that which hold us together. They are cell adhesion molecules. They are what holds one cell of our bodies to the next cell. Without them, we would literally fall apart. Laminins resemble the Caduceus associated with Hermes, Apollo, Mercury, Asclepius and Pathagoras. The caduceus is used as a symbol of the medical profession. That is because of its early connections to two elements of Greek mythology: the staff of Hermes and the rod of Asclepius. Both Hermes and Asclepius were Greek gods connected with healing. The rod of Asclepius is usually pictured as a single rod with one snake entwined around it. The "pagans" knew of this symbol associated with health of mind, body and spirit. I thought you would find this interesting.

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