True. In the interest of getting to the bottom of this(sarcasm)that seems a little-"just throw it over there in the corner and go blow your effin brains out."I think that if you follow the threads back far enough, these serpent themes almost always derive from cosmology based theologies. For instance, the zodiacal equatorial serpent.
I'm not sure what you're trying to say, ... apparently to me. I have no doubt that our culture has been impacted by 'dragons' of some sort or another. Are you trying to say that literal dragons (beyond Komodo dragons and Grand Dragons) are real, or that they are some type of shape-shifting reptilians ala Icke?True. In the interest of getting to the bottom of this(sarcasm)that seems a little-"just throw it over there in the corner and go blow your effin brains out."
This house of fun mirrors and shadows of life makes it difficult to determine the nature of reality and whether you're in your own. This inescapable relationship between culture and dragons means something is my point. I think they take form at times but to get bogged down with that would not be the point either.
You don't need to, but no, we won't delete the thread. I can see where you were offended by my inartful last sentence, but Jerry and I have spent a lot of effort to present our main ideas (and issues related to them) here and we spend rather little time discussing them. Dragonology is a legitimate culural motif topic, of which everyone has divergent views on, just like with everything else.I won't be back. How's that.