River Styx Picture

In Greek mythology, Styx (/stɪks/; Ancient Greek: Στύξ [stýkʰs]) is a deity and a river that formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld (the domain often called Hades, which also is the name of its ruler).

Many cultures believe that birds symbolize eternal life; the link between heaven and earth.

Hygeia was the daughter and assistant of Aesculapius (sometimes spelled Asklepios), the God of Medicine and Healing. Hygeia's classical symbol was a bowl or chalice containing a medicinal potion with the serpent as the conduit of the energy. This is the same serpent, which appears on the caduceus, the staff of Aesclepius, the god of healing and medicine. The serpent represents the flow of kundalini energy.
Hygeia
Hera + Hygeia
River Styx
Paean / Paeeon
Panacea