Πέμπτη, 11 Ιουλίου 2013

Dragons : 50 Classified Dragons PART1

The Yilbegan Siberia
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Yilbegan is nearly related to the Turkish and Slavic dragons from Europe than the particular Eastern Asia. In the mythology of two ethnic groups living in Siberia the Turkic peoples and the Siberian Tatars, this serpentine dragon is characterized as a polycephalous monster. In few legends, the Yilbegan’s appearance is a winged dragon or serpentine creature however in some people he is a giant who torture an ox with 99 horns.



The Níðhöggr Scandinavia
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One of a kind dragon that lives within Norse legend is the Níðhöggr. In a giant ash tree which is the Yggdrasil, it is where the Níðhöggr lives. Níðhöggr is commonly adapted as meaning Malice Striker or Striker in the Dark and lives up to his name as he brutally eat at the root of the giant tree that maintained him captured above Hvergelmir, a rage cauldron, in Hel Nordic Hel is alike to the English Hell. It heralds the arrival of Ragnarök and the subsequent destruction of the world if Níðhöggr chews his way through the root of the giant tree.




The Bakunawa The Republic of the Philippines
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Filipino mythology conceded that Bakunawa is absolutely a goddess that was described as a clever dragon. The Filipino believed that Bakunawa lived in the sea at the time during the world had seven moons also that the dragons being attracted by their light would step up out of the sky into the sky and devour the moons. In this manner, dragons were the origin of eclipse. The people will go out of their homes, with their pots and pans to make the most noise they could, in order to scare the Bakunawa so that the Bakunawa will stop eating the moons and to prevent the world from becoming dark and give them the moonlight back. So amazing! Bakunawa , can be adapted as “moon eater” or “man eater” The latter being different of Asian dragons.



The Zmaj Republic of Slovenia
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Comes from the Slavic country Slovenia and has a lot in typical with other Slavic dragons – three heads that may grow back if executed, green flaky skin and fire spitting capability, that is Zmaj dragon. This dragon is a masculine side of the word for snake, which is generally female. The Zmaj can also be named by a lot of older name of cloudy origin, Pozoj. Slovenic dragons and European dragons are the same, and they’re highlighted in Christian stories of St. George as well as pre-Christian stories in that they’re tricked into eating sulphur-consists of gifts and thus crushed. An extraordinary exception is the dragon of Ljubljana; it once guarded the capital city and is design on its coat of arms.