Dragons Through the Ages
– general introductory page, includes links to more articles. History of Dragons
– article from Are Dragons Real? Facts About Dragons Live Science by Benjamin Radford.
– by Introduction to Dragons Eidolon Moon, discusses Dragons as magical creatures, the history of the Dragon, the role of Dragons in alchemy and science.
– the Babylonian creation myth of Tiamat, Apsu and Marduk. Enuma Elish
(reblogged) – by Notes on Dragons Tiamat’s Disciple, thoughts about the origin of dragons and the myths, with a focus on Tiamat.
– article by The Dragon & Creation: Reclaiming the Sacred Susanne Iles about the dragon’s integral role in the creation mythologies of many world cultures, focusing on Tiamat, Quetzalcoatl, Itzpapalotl, Nü-Kua, Aido Hwedo and The Rainbow Serpent.
– Part 4 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Akhekh Topaz Drachen.
– a serpent demon from Egyptian mythology. Apep (Apophis)
– by Anatolian Dragon Topaz Drachen, research initially inspired by a dream.
– Part 2 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Melusine Topaz Drachen.
– Part 8 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Nammu Topaz Drachen.
– Part 9 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Nehebkau Topaz Drachen.
– Part 6 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Ningishzida Topaz Drachen.
– Part 1 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Ophion & Eurynome Topaz Drachen.
– the vision of Hermes Trismegistus. Poimandres, the Great Dragon
– Part 7 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Quetzalcoatl Topaz Drachen.
Rainbow Serpent – Part 10 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Topaz Drachen.
– Part 5 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Typhon Topaz Drachen.
– Part 3 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Veles Topaz Drachen.
– a collection of short articles. Dragons, Celts & Druids
– by Celtic Elemental Dragons Tiger Lady based on the Druid Animal Oracle by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm.
– by On Wings of Change: The Dragon in Celtic Magic Kristoffer Hughes, the history of the Dragon through Celtic mythology.
– reblogged from Serpents and Dragons in British Folklore The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
– reblogged from Serpents and Dragons in Irish Mythology The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
– reblogged from The Role of Serpents and Dragons in Norse Mythology The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
– animated videos plus background information about Merlin/Emrys and the meaning of the story of the red and white Dragons. Merlin and the Dragons
– general Dragon history, Biblical Dragons, plus the idea that Dragons were really dinosaurs. Dragons, Creation & the Bible
– another view that Dragons were animals/dinosaurs based on the work of Saint John of Damascus, a 7th/8th century Syrian monk and priest. On Dragons and Ghosts
– “All of the evidence seems to say so,” according to the author Is the Biblical Yahweh actually a Dragon? Draconic Chronicler.
– Hawaiian Dragon legends. The Dragon Ghost Gods
– the eclipse was seen as a dragon who devours the sun. The Sun-Eating Dragon
– by Saint George and the Dragon Topaz Dragon – a collection of famous paintings depicting the legend.
– film clips from the documentary “Remembering the End of the World,” reviewing the lifelong work of David Talbott in his explorations of world mythology. Mother Goddess & the Dragon
– a set of three connected essays published in 1919 on the symbolism and development of the concept of the dragon in world mythology. The Evolution of the Dragon, by G. Elliot Smith
– comprehensive study of the history, myths and legends of Dragons around the world, written in 1928 by renowned American naturalist, writer and explorer, Ernest Ingersoll.
Ernest Ingersoll’s Dragons & Dragon Lore The Many Types of Dragons
(Image modified from – “Dragon Ruins” by John E Kaufmann, from