Ringneck Snake - Secret Societies
Elusiveness, keeping your thoughts hidden, reclusiveness, protecting your thoughts and feelings to an extreme degree, locating true self esteem, beware of feelings of paranoia, clashes with salamander energy, life and death, spiritual secrets, secret societies, preferring to hide yourself within subcultures, or in hidden groups known only to a few.
The ringneck snake is common, and found throughout the USA, Mexico and Southern Canada. Despite being quite populous, ringneck snakes are extremely reclusive by nature, spending the day hiding (usually beneath leaf litter) and only emerging to hunt; usually at night time to avoid predators. They generally live in moist woodlands, taking advantage of naturally occurring mulch in which to hide. One of their most common prey animals is the redback salamander. Ringneck snakes are not venomous to humans, but can release a displeasing musk odour when disturbed. Ringneck snakes are social and do have a social hierarchy, and are sometimes found in groups of up to 100 individuals; despite this, their cryptic nature is such that scientists know very little about these groups.