In the case of Japanese shimenawa, two snakes are intertwined to form a ring. There is also a figure called Ouroboros, in which a snake or dragon forms a ring and adds its own tail. The next image is Ouroboros in the sarcophagus of Tutankhamen, Egypt.

A dragon (or snake) holding its own tail in Hinduism. The snake is called Dracone in Greek and becomes a dragon or a dragon.

lead_deskew = 0 checksum = 2e0f339cc42d8ab0fcbb3871de675d79

Ouroboros of Quetzalcoatl can also be seen in the temple of the Xochicalco ruins in Mexico. Quetzalcoatl was a feathered dragon, and it was concluded that this was also Emptiness.