Remarkably, the common shape and design of the engravings found on many Native American snake gorgets, feature an abstractly engraved coiled snake with a particular shaped eye. When redrawn for clarity and reversed (as in a mirror), it becomes evident that the engraved snake closely resembles the shape of a map which depicted "Old Jerusalem" - the perceived throne of the Hebrew creator god.
With this in mind, we will notice that there are also similarities between these images and vastly older artifacts associated with the spirit world and/or home of the gods that have been found throughout what was once the ancient world.These vastly older artifacts are those the author here has uniquely identified as being "liver-maps", which were the divination tools used by numerous peoples to communicate with, or to derive messages from, the ancient gods through the act of liver divination (haruspicy). As labeled upon their surfaces, these liver-maps appear to have dedications largely based upon the perceived residence of these gods - the place associated with the afterlife and that of the supernatural spirit world - paradise.
The circular feature of the Jerusalem map (above) was labeled "Ville de David" or rather "CIty of David", and its apparent corresponding feature found on the snake gorget is the representation of the snake's EYE. The similarities between the map of Old Jerusalem and that of the Native American snake gorgets may seem coincidental, but strangely, the Hebrew word for "CITY" and that for "EYE" are nearly identical in appearance and are very similar in Hebrew pronunciation as well. The overall shape of the snake's eye appears "comma-shaped", and it seems that the map also has a very similar comma-like arch in its central area. When we realize that both images are associated with the spirit world - the home of the "Hebrew god/the gods", it seems possible that both may have had a common origin.