It appears that Jerry is correct.
I found this at http://www.bklyn-genealogy-info.com/Society/Odd.Fellows.history.html
"The symbols in use in the lodges for the purpose of imparting instruction are: the All-Seeing Eye, representing the omniscience of God;the Skull and Cross Bones, a reminder of mortality; the Three Links, representing Friendship, Love, and Truth; the Scythe, denoting man's fading character; the Bow and Arrow and Quiver, designating the feeling of mutual defense to be cultivated; the Bundle of Rods, emblem of strength in union; the Heart and Hand, incentives to love and mercy; the Globe, man's earthly home; the Ark of the Covenant, the repository of God's grace and His goodness to man; the Serpent, teaching the wisdom of prudence; the Scales and Sword, emblematic of justice; the Bible, the source of truth; the Hour-glass, the flight of time; and the Coffin, emblematic of death."
That covers most of them. I think we only missed the snake.