“Puff, the Magic Dragon, lived by the sea, and frolicked in the Autumn Mist in a land called Honah Lee, little Jacky Paper loved that rascal Puff, and gave him strings and sealing wax and other fancy stuff.”
― Peter Yarrow, Puff, The Magic Dragon
on ley line of earth ~ turning to greet sun ~ co-creating dawn of new day
on ley line of still space ~ between worlds ~ of night and day
a hearty presence laughs in my ear ~ of merry-making and joy ~ very signal that cues bird song
I came to know him that day as Pan ~ horned pagan god
~ excerpt from S/He Dragon, 1986
Goddess Religions upheld the Feminine as dominant. God Religions uphold the Masculine as dominant. Let’s transcend this duality of male/female, light/dark, positive/negative and honor both forces within oneself and with others. This integration provides a new way of Seeing and Being.
We walk dragon (ley) lines of Solar Light and Earthy Matter. Feel these lines in your daily walk through life. Thank these forces for their life giving sustainable substance.
“The Earth has its own nerve system and arteries of circulation. Many cultures have developed systems for working with these energy lines. In Europe, research into ley lines began in England and Germany in the 1920’s and 30’s. The Chinese developed the art of Feng Shui. Australian Aborigines have their Song Lines. These lines have varying lengths and widths. In the human body there are microscopic blood vessels and the large aorta heart artery.
“Dragons know the True Speech; the Dragon and the Speech of the Dragon are one. Human beings lost their dragon nature.”
~ Tales From Earth Sea, Ursula Le Guin
Dragons, while commonly thought of as fire-breathing marauders, were, to the Celts, indicators of places of great power. Where dragons trod, mystic energy flowed, and where they laired were invariably places of great sanctity and mystical harmony. While dragons were dangerous, they were also indicators of fertility, of life. ‘The Path of the Dragon’ was the Celtic term for ley lines.
By Tim Lazaro (http://ezinearticles.com/?Dragons-Celts-and-Druids&id=2503264)
Dragons are deeply revered by the Chinese. According to legend they have mega-powers that include weather control and life creation.