It's probably not a smart move to combine two seemingly unrelated topics into one combined post, because it might confuse others as to the
connection--initially. Just give me a few moments of your time and I'll try and explain it.
There are three main assertions I'm making:
1) The historical flooding of the Earth is embedded withing the psyche of humanity, as evidenced by the recurrence of Deluge dreams by many as well as
the Atlantis myth.
2) Dragons were a real phenomena, as evidenced by all ancient cultures around the world having legends of these creatures.
3) The deluge of Earth could very well have coincided with the onslaught of Dragons.
Considering the first point, well first, let's look at Tolkien for a moment.
Humphrey Carpenter writes in his biography of Tolkien, 'Occasionally a strange
dream came to trouble him: a great wave towering up and advancing ineluctably over the trees and green fields. The dream was to recur for many years.
He came to think of it as 'my Atlantis complex'.'
After checking a few websites on the subject, it seems as if the top dreams in folks are the falling and drowning dreams. Although I've had the
falling dream, I've never had the drowning dream. BUT I have had plenty of flooding dreams since childhood, although I've never actually dreamed of
drowning in them. It seems though that most people in one form or another dream about water.
I don't think I really need to mention that the story of Atlantis is one story that persists. It's further testament that a Deluge has overtaken the
Earth in the past. All cultures around the world have written annals of the Deluge. And we still remember it at the subconscious level.
Consider this for a moment. If data can be stored electronically and everything that exists is energy, there can be no doubt that information about
the Deluge is also stored permanently within our electric world. And remember how well you remember something when there's trauma attached to it.
Now, onto Dragons.
At Sarehole he had begun to learn Latin from his mother and to read books about
Everyone should be familiar with Tolkien's work and emphasis on dragons, especially within his beloved book The Hobbit.
Dragons are another recurring theme that circles the world over. Even though these different cultures are separated geographically and had no
communication or knowledge with one another, they all still shared the same fascination with Dragons.
Could there have been real fire breathing dragons or dinosaurs back then? Anything's possible. But I submit for your consideration for a moment that
what they were actually witnessing was a great celestial event in the sky. Something zigzagging and looking to bring fire down from the sky. Everybody
saw it and by God it was terrifying.
Now to continue on in my correlation with the third point, I might lose you. But if I have you even somewhat at this point, I hope you can forgive me
I think what Dragons were, was a planet that turned into a comet, or perhaps a comet that turned into a planet. The universe we live in is electric,
so the sparks radiating out between planets and moons danced around in our sky like a terrifying dragon.
Think about the planet Venus and her depiction in classical paintings. Long flowing RED hair. And then depicted as the Medusa, having suddenly changed
with flowing snakes emanating from her scalp.
Now we should hopefully all know that the Earth responds to solar flares and CMEs. This is because these are electromagnetic forces. The same forces
would also have been present during Venus' reign of dragon-like terror before settling her way into her current position. The Earth would have been
violently effecting quite possibly moving the continental crusts of the planet, leading to what? You guessed it:
That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!
If you disagree, loved to hear it, or your own dreams of a flood.