posted on Oct, 22 2009 @ 03:00 PM
Excellent thread and well put together.
I have always been from Okkams theorem , the simplest idea is usually correct. However, I too have wondered about dragons, why are they ubiquitous in
mythology. Simplest answer to me ; they did exist!
I am a huge fan of Heroditus who wrote his histories "on the edge of" history. I remember reading that he had been to a grave where he had seen a
giant human (9 foot tall I think).
Somehow I wondered if there was a connection:
1.>> Part of the alien occupation prior to dawn of time
-- OR --
2.>> These actually existed as animals but were wiped out in the near past due to some climatic or human event (Last ice age was only 10,000 years
ago!). I wondered if man, like the grey squirrel as he spread his wings around the planet carried various diseases that killed some of the
You've fired me up to dig deeper / thanks.
Did you find anywhere where dragons were NOT represented