The Power Of The Dragon Altar


According to the ancient Chinese teaching of Feng Shui, the dragon Is a real symbol of prosperity. It brings its owner good money and represents power, wealth, generosity and wisdom. Chinese mythology says: "The dragon is a powerful animal." And although in many European legends it is just a nightmarish reptile of gigantic size, the Chinese worship it as a deity. The strong magical abilities of this character, combined with his powerful will, allow you to help solve problems for anyone in need.
The word dragon is derived from the Greek derkien, "seer". Androgynous principle: it carries the elements of darkness and light, creation and destruction, male and female, undivided. Has positive and negative attributes. It is known in the East and West as an amphibian animal. A mythological image of a sea monster, a primordial Serpent, a symbol of cosmic waters, the world of shadows, night and death. Like a winged serpent, it lives in the air and in the water, and it has huge jaws. As a land animal, it looks like a dinosaur, its jaws are small, and it has a huge powerful tail.
In Hinduism and Taoism, the dragon is a powerful spiritual being that can grant immortality. In Chinese mythology, the dragon is designated by the hieroglyph "RYU", which is, on the one hand, a sign of power and greatness, and on the other, the proper name of the dragon. The fifth sign of the Chinese horoscope, which corresponds to the sign of the Lion in Europe. Brings good luck and dispels demons. Being associated with water, it is associated with fertility and the Yin principle. In esoteric Chinese thought, the symbolism of color is very important: the Red dragon is the guardian of wisdom, and the White dragon is the lunar one. China's lost Paradise is inhabited by" wisdom dragons", and four world rivers originate from the lake of dragons: the Nile, the Indus, the Ganges, and the Oxus. Also in China, the image of a dragon was an emblem of Imperial power. The Emperor's ornaments and decorations used a dragon with five claws. Courtiers were allowed to carry dragons with only four or fewer claws. The type of Chinese Imperial dragon with five claws towering over the dragons with four, represents the spiritual force manifested in the face of the Emperor, dominating the forces of matter - the four primary elements.Appears seated on a throne like deities, on the standards of the Manchu dynasty, as well as the Phoenicians and Saxons, and on the Welsh flag(red dragon on a yellow background). In the East, the dragon rising from the sea was a positive sign and associated with learning and creative mind.

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