The Dragon Family: Getting to know your wannabe rulers
The Druids, the Templars, the Khazars, the Huns, the Chinese, the Israelis, the Anunnaki and the Nephilim...
...The gang's all here. Best of all, this Family tree was created by a Dragon proponent, not a critic.
I've been quiet for the last few days because I'm looking into the Dragon Family. About a week ago, I was listening to a Steve Quayle interview and he brought up King Arthur Pendragon. Curious about the possible connection to the Dragon bloodlines, I looked up the meaning of the word Pendragon, and it is "head dragon." This reminded me of what the Chinese Triad gangs call their leaders: "dragon heads." After encountering all this dragon talk, I felt like starting my own little "Grail Quest."
Upon starting my search, I came across a site written by someone who believes in their lore, and it offered this interesting quote:
"The Imperial and Royal Dragon Court and Order has existed since the very dawn of creation. It was founded by Earth's first rulers and teachers of the path to enlightenment who are known variously as Enki and the Anunnaki, the Sons of God, and as Sanat Kumara and the Kumaras, original founders of the Great White Brotherhood."
Based on this quote alone, I already see some problems with the way the Dragons think, but before I write about them in depth, I want to do a fair and thoughtful analysis of their paradigm. Sorting through all their mythology, drilling down to their core beliefs, and pondering all of it properly is going to take me a few more days at least. In the meantime, you might want to have a look at the material yourself...
> the Amarushka site
> Nicholas de Vere's site
> The Origin of the Lord of the Rings, an online minibook of Dragon lore by de Vere found on the Web Archive: <http://web.archive.org/web/20030821225809/http://www.dragoncourt.org/ringasset/TOC.asp>
The narrative offered in these sources originates with the work of Nicholas de Vere, and it pulls together a lot of the information one encounters in the alternative spiritual media and makes some interesting connections. If you are a Dragon and feel that de Vere's writings do not accurately reflect your tradition, just email me a link to information you feel is more representative.
So are the Dragons the promoters of a false spiritual construct or the messengers of spiritual truth? How do you feel about their claim of rulership over you? By the spiritual standard of "by their fruits you shall know them," how do they stack up? Ponder this yourself, and I'll share my perspective once it crystallizes.