Originally posted by Hydroman
reply to post by DragonriderGal
What inhabited planets have you been to? Where are they located? What do the aliens you've seen look like? What about dragons, what do they look
like? Do they have spirits also? If so, do they seek to inhabit another dragon when they die? Where do dragons live?
Mostly we went to other worlds to hunt. The dragons didn't really call them names, more they were known by their locations. And since Dragons and
E-l*th do not get along, we didn't go to their worlds, although once, at the request of the greys, my dragon and I came here to earth to work out
some details of a job they wanted us to do for them, to help them get something they needed off a world where the locals tended to be a bit on the
It was before Atlantis was destroyed, and as we flew in, I was able to see the beautiful landscaping and amazing towers of what seemed like sparkling
glass. It was breath taking.
As a dragon rider, I didn't really pay that much attention to the sentient species on the worlds we went to, though. We were just there to find
larger prey animals, and didn't interact with the locals. When we fought for the greys, we were usually dropping things on them from above, above any
kind of arrow range so mostly they were just little bipedal beings running around trying to stop us.
In the racial unconscious though, I see a LOT of different aliens. Since I'm off to bed soon, I'll post some of them tomorrow.
And yes, dragons have spirits, but they are too big to fit into human bodies, and so none have ever ended up human. My dragon died here on earth
because he couldn't free me, and he was just so tired of living, he gave up in the end and let me, as St. George, kill him. I had no idea who he was,
or who I was. He's reincarnated as a blue whale; loving every minute of it except for the whalers. He does wish he could still blow fire and blast
But like every other species, they do reincarnate only as dragons. They wait for a dragon pair to have babies, and will reincarnate as one of those
babies. They don't die often, nor do they have babies often. If one of the older more influential dragons dies, the younger ones will do a mating to
bring that spirit back fairly quickly. Otherwise, the dragon spirit just has to wait around until a couple of dragons get together and do some
The dragons travel by essentially 'folding' space (not the energy pathways which are controlled by the E-l*th) and I don't see them really pointing
at any part of the sky and saying 'go there'. It was more of a seeing the place they wanted to go, and sending themselves there. Since dragons
aren't able to use tools or write, everything had to be done via memory and energy work, hence no 'maps'.
The dragon home world though, was very old, very dry, and the air is very thin. When I saw that VanGogh painting of wheat fields with a dark storm
coming in, it reminded me of the home world, other than the sky is dark there because there's a lot less air.