Dragon Allies and Companions
World mythology is filled with those who are companions or allies of dragons.
Dragon History Outline
An overview of dragons throughout the world, from the earliest time of evidence of serpent and dragon stories through the present.
Dragon Kings of the East
The Dragon Kings of the East are powerful entities that live in fabulous palaces in the sea.
The Dragon Pearl
The Dragon Pearl is a powerful object that many dragons of the East hold. Sometimes, however, the pearl can fall into the wrong hands.
Historical sightings of dragons, sea dragons, and sea serpents are not uncommon.
Dragon Slaying stories have come from all over the world, sometimes seen as heroes and other times as misguided warriors.
Eastern Dragon Overview
An overview of various Eastern Dragon types, including the symbolism of colors and the geography of physiology.
Japanese vs. Chinese Dragons
Japanese and Chinese dragons are both popular dragons from the East, but there are some essential differences between the two.
Mistaken Dragons and Hoaxes
From the Pickled Dragon Mystery to the lies of pseudo-paleontologists, there have been many hoaxes (and some legitimate mistakes) on dragon existence.
Nine Dragon Scroll
Chhen Jung, a Taoist poet and painter, painted the scroll in 1244, which became known as the Nine Dragon Scroll.
The Rainbow Serpent
The Rainbow Serpent or Rainbow Snake can be found in many mythologies around the world, including those of Australia, Congo, Dahomey, Haiti, Melanesia, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, and Polynesia.
Temple of the Quetzalcoatl
The Temple of Quetzalcoatl is a great monument to the South American dragon, which can still be visited today.