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Dragon by *GENZOMAN a dragon is a serpentine legendary creature. The Latin word draco, as in constellation Draco, comes directly from Greek. The word for dragon in Germanic mythology and its descendants is worm (Old English: wyrm, Old High German: wurm, Old Norse: ormr), meaning snake or serpent. In Old English wyrm means "serpent", draca means "dragon". Finnish lohikäärme means directly "salmon-snake", but the word lohi- was originally louhi- meaning crags or rocks, a "mountain snake".
dragon hurlant by rinpoo-chuang on DeviantArt
A common question that is always asked... What exactly is Draconian Wicca? Draconic Wicca is the utilization of the powers of the dragons. There are as many dragons as there are people. They are as varied as humans are also. We work with these dragons to achieve the results that we seek. In doing so, we have to deal with the unique personalities of each type of dragon. [pic from rinpoo-chuang.deviantart]
Touching Souls by Golphee on DeviantArt
Blue Dragons are usually associated water and all it's phases, steam and ice. They help with Water rites and help protect the water creatures. These magnificent beings can be used to help bless the waters, especially in today's society where pollution is a major concern.