Last night at the Dark Moon Circle I attended, instead of our usual guided meditation, we conducted a channeling session to channel Maat, Continue reading
Yesterday, after receiving some sad news, I was guided by the Dragons to set up my altar using crystals of blue and green, as well as some amethyst, for a working to bring healing to a friend. Continue reading
My representation of the gift I received during meditation — created from a photograph of a tiny gold pendant I own, a glass Dragon eye I made, a photo of an amethyst egg and a background photo of my own.
The following article by Jaclyn Cherie has been reblogged from The Nephilim Rising.
Image: Sima Domke
“If the sky could dream, it would dream of dragons.”
If you walk the Left Hand Path, either as a Theist or an Atheist, you have had encounters with the Dragon or Archetype. There are few things synonymous with our path but the Dragon, Serpent, Great Mighty Sea Beast (all one in the same, really) seem to be the top contenders.
Whether it is a metaphorical process of death and rebirth as the Ouroboros (Uroboros) suggests, or the shedding of skin aka accepting change via the Serpent metaphor; the Dragon is the epitome of what it means to walk this path.
Throughout history there have been depictions, stories, and great tales from the likes of Tiamat in Baylonian/Sumerian Mythology; Nidhogg (Nidhoggr) and Jormungondr in Norse Mythology; Leviathan and Her consort Behemoth in Hebrew mythology, though many suggest that Her origins are from the Canaanite Sea…
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I was thinking of writing my own post about Draconic vs Draconian but then I found the following article, written by DragonSoulMagic, which sums it up quite well. 🙂
(Image Credit: “Dragon Queen” by Pablo Fernandez)