History is full of reports of the existence of real dragons. Modern man has been made to believe that dragons are not real and are only the stuff of legend. We see them in books, movies, television shows, and fantasy comics, but we are kept in the dark regarding the reports of reputable historians and their reports of these beings. Some of the most reputable and accurate historians have written extensively about dragons.
The Greek historian Herodotus has been called “the Father of History” because he was the first historian we know who collected his materials systematically and then tested them for accuracy. He noted these observations during the 5th century BC (500 BC to 400 BC).
“There is a place in Arabia, situated very near the city of Buto, to which I went, on hearing of some winged serpents; and when I arrived there, I saw bones and spines of serpents, in such quantities as it would be impossible to describe. The form of the serpent is like that of the water-snake; but he has wings without feathers, and as like as possible to the wings of a bat.”
In 330 BC, after Alexander the Great invaded India, he brought back reports of seeing a great hissing dragon living in a cave, which people were worshiping as a god. One of Alexander the Great’s lieutenants named Onesicritus stated that the Indian king Abisarus kept serpents that were 120 and 210 feet long. Subsequent Greek rulers are said to have brought dragons back alive from Ethiopia.
When Alexander threw some parts of India into a commotion and took possession of others he encountered among many other animals including a Serpent which lived in a cavern and was regarded as sacred by the Indians who paid it great and superstitious reverence.
Accordingly Indians went to all lengths imploring Alexander to permit nobody to attack the Serpent and he assented to their wish. Now as the army passed by the cavern and caused a noise, the Serpent was aware of it. (It has, you know, the sharpest hearing and the keenest sight of all animals.) And it hissed and snorted so violently that all were terrified and confounded. It was reported to measure 70 cubits although it was not visible in all its length, for it only put its head out.
Marco Polo traveled through Asia, Persia, China, and Indonesia from 1271-1291 AD, and recorded his journey in a work titled The Travels of Marco Polo, which was published in 1300 AD. Much of his book detailed the interesting customs of the different ethnic groups he encountered, as well as the varieties of animals and plants associated with them.
In chapter 49, Polo describes a dragon found in a province named Karajan, which is relayed in a matter of fact manner without any embellished mythologizing. He also goes on to explain the behavior of the creature and how the people of the area killed them.
Marco Polo wrote: “Leaving the city of Yachi, and traveling ten days in a westerly direction, you reach the province of Karazan, which is also the name of the chief city….Here are seen huge serpents, ten paces in length (about 30 feet), and ten spans (about 8 feet) girt of the body. At the fore part, near the head, they have two short legs, having three claws like those of a tiger, with eyes larger than a forepenny loaf (pane da quattro denari) and very glaring.
The jaws are wide enough to swallow a man, the teeth are large and sharp, and their whole appearance is so formidable, that neither man, nor any kind of animal can approach them without terror. Others are met with of a smaller size, being eight, six, or 5 paces long; and the following method is used for taking them. In the day-time, by reason of great heat, they lurk in caverns, from whence, at night, they issue to seek their food, and whatever beast they meet with and can lay hold of, whether tiger, wolf, or any other, they devour;
After which they drag themselves towards some lake, spring of water, or river, in order to drink. By their motion in this way along the shore, and their vast weight, they make a deep impression, as if a heavy beam had been drawn along the sands. Those whose employment is to hunt them observe the track by which they are most frequently accustomed to go, and fix into the ground several pieces of wood, armed with sharp iron spikes, which they cover with sand in such a manner as not to be perceptible.
The flesh also of the animal is sold at a dear rate, being thought to have a higher flavor than other kinds of meat, and by all persons it is esteemed a delicacy.” (The Travels of Marco Polo, © 1948, Book 2, Chapter XL, pg. 185-186)
Marco Polo also lived in China for 17 yrs around 1271 A.D. and reported that the emperor raised dragons to pull his chariots in parades. In 1611 the emperor appointed the post of a “Royal Dragon Feeder.” Books even tell of Chinese families raising dragons to use their blood for medicines and highly prizing their eggs.
Dragons still live on this earth, though they are hidden from the gaze of mortal man. The internet, Youtube, newspapers, and historical accounts are replete with reports of dragons. I have personally seen a dragon flying in the sky with my own eyes. It is possible to work with dragons telepathically and to draw their power into your person. Ancient Masters were often called Dragons when they reached a certain level of power. There are four methods in which a human may work with the power of a real dragon:
2.Telepathy (waking and dreaming)
3.Magical energy resonance
4.Full physical apparitions (rare)
When a human summons a dragon, there is always a preexisting link that exists between the person and the entity whether the fact is known or not. In this book, you will learn how to connect with thirty dragons of power. In fact, most humans are already connected with hundreds of dragons, but we are not taught how to use their power. With this text, you will learn a great deal more about the reality of dragons and they hidden existence on earth. With any luck, you will learn to detect their energy and power around you and use it for your own. These practices take time and patience to learn so do not expect to learn or master them overnight. Only immature and unfocused humans do this and dragons do not like to be rushed.
We will give you a dragon radiator that will help you work with their energy as an accompanying tool for this book. You may only acquire this tool if you have the book. The radiator tool contains the energy of a real dragon taken during a rare planetary eclipse of power. This is a very rare and powerful combination of tools that the wary and awakened aspirant will recognize as a gift of power.
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