Dragons in Celtic Mythology - Draconika

The dragon is an important motif in Celtic mythology. he dragon, a creature of myth and legend is found in almost every culture of the world in some form. In Celtic mythology, the dragon was believed to be of a world that was parallel to the physical world. It was thought, by the Druids, that the dragon’s power affected the ley of the land.…

Dragons, Celts & Druids « Dragon Dreaming

THE DRAGON. inspiration / imagination / wealth / power / vitality. The most powerful of all Celtic druid animal symbols, the Dragon represented the whole of creation. The Celts also associated dragons with the elements. Each element is governed by specific energies and qualities and are ruled by either the feminine or masculine aspect of divinity.…

Celtic Dragons : Mythical Power Source

Few Celtic art scholars give these Celtic symbols much attention. The Celtic Dragons Tarot. Author D.J. Conway will help you meet your "personal dragon", undergo "dragon initiation" in meditation, and infuse your tarot readings and candle magic with the potent elemental energies of the dragon.…

Dragon Symbolism - ancient-symbols.com

Dragon Symbolism A mythical beast with a combination of reptilian and serpentine traits, the Dragon features in the legends of several cultures the world over. Although the dragons of the East and the West have quite similar physical characteristics, their symbolic representations are drastically different and, in a way, indicate the cultural ...…

Celtic Animal Symbols: Dragons and Serpents

Oct 17, 2017 · The Celtic dragon and serpent were ancient symbols of fertility, wisdom, and immortality. A hybrid horned dragon/snake figure was connected to the torque collar, a symbol of kingship and status, and to the horned deity Cernunnos. The serpent was related to the dragon, and was connected with healing pools and springs.…