Dragons Through the Ages
- History of Dragons – general introductory page, includes links to more articles.
- Are Dragons Real? Facts About Dragons – article from Live Science by Benjamin Radford.
- Introduction to Dragons – by Eidolon Moon, discusses Dragons as magical creatures, the history of the Dragon, the role of Dragons in alchemy and science.
- Enuma Elish – the Babylonian creation myth of Tiamat, Apsu and Marduk.
- Notes on Dragons (reblogged) – by Tiamat’s Disciple, thoughts about the origin of dragons and the myths, with a focus on Tiamat.
- The Dragon & Creation: Reclaiming the Sacred – article by 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.
- Akhekh – Part 4 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Topaz Drachen.
- Apep (Apophis) – a serpent demon from Egyptian mythology.
- Anatolian Dragon – by Topaz Drachen, research initially inspired by a dream.
- Melusine – Part 2 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Topaz Drachen.
- Ophion & Eurynome – Part 1 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Topaz Drachen.
- Poimandres, the Great Dragon – the vision of Hermes Trismegistus.
- Veles – Part 3 of “A Year of Dragon Rituals” by Topaz Drachen.
- Dragons, Celts & Druids – a collection of short articles.
- Celtic Elemental Dragons – by Tiger Lady based on the Druid Animal Oracle by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm.
On Wings of Change: The Dragon in Celtic Magic – by Kristoffer Hughes, the history of the Dragon through Celtic mythology.
- Serpents and Dragons in British Folklore – reblogged from The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
- Serpents and Dragons in Irish Mythology – reblogged from The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
- The Role of Serpents and Dragons in Norse Mythology – reblogged from The Atlantic Religion: A ‘Prisca Theologia’ of European Paganism.
- Merlin and the Dragons – animated videos plus background information about Merlin/Emrys and the meaning of the story of the red and white Dragons.
- Dragons, Creation & the Bible – general Dragon history, Biblical Dragons, plus the idea that Dragons were really dinosaurs.
- On Dragons and Ghosts – another view that Dragons were animals/dinosaurs based on the work of Saint John of Damascus, a 7th/8th century Syrian monk and priest.
- Is the Biblical Yahweh actually a Dragon? – “All of the evidence seems to say so,” according to the author Draconic Chronicler.
- The Dragon Ghost Gods – Hawaiian Dragon legends.
- The Sun-Eating Dragon – the eclipse was seen as a dragon who devours the sun.
- Saint George and the Dragon – by Topaz Dragon – a collection of famous paintings depicting the legend.
- Mother Goddess & the Dragon – film clips from the documentary “Remembering the End of the World,” reviewing the lifelong work of David Talbott in his explorations of world mythology.
- The Evolution of the Dragon, by G. Elliot Smith – a set of three connected essays published in 1919 on the symbolism and development of the concept of the dragon in world mythology.
- Ernest Ingersoll’s Dragons & Dragon Lore – 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.
- The Serpent as Divinity – by Robert T. Mason, discusses the concept of a divine serpent and also gives many examples of dragon myths and legends from different cultures.
- Dragons and Serpent-Gods in World Mythology – Chapter 7 of “Flying Serpents & Dragons – The Story of Mankind’s Reptilian Past” by R.A. Boulay with editorial comments by R. Solàrion.
- Avalon ~ A Cosmic Power Point – by Topaz Drachen about Avalon, Ahriman and Beltane 2017.
The Many Types of Dragons
- Kinds of Dragons – list of dragon types compiled by Eidolon Moon.
- Dragons from Myth, Folklore and Magick – lists of dragon names and types from the “Correllian Herald” and from Wikipedia.
- Dragons of Myth and Legend – examples of some of the different physical forms Dragons may have taken. (This section will be expanded as time permits.)
(Image modified from – “Dragon Ruins” by John E Kaufmann, from jek2004.com/Dragon-Ruins.jpg)