We have found dragons, elves, fairies, Leprechauns, and shape-shifters in every country around the world, including Japan, Thailand, French Polynesia, Australia, France, England, Ireland, Wales, Turkey, Costa Rica, and Mexico.
Many of these cultures are thousands of years old and have wisdom not yet part of Western mind.
We believe unequivocally that dragons exist. It is surprising that so many take the view, because they haven’t seen one (or ridden one), that they are not real.
Dragon history is revealed on numerous objects of ancient art around the world. They are featured on Babylonian landmarks, Roman mosaics, Asian pottery and royal robes, Egyptian shrouds and seals, Peruvian burial stones, Mayan sculptures, Aboriginal and Native American petroglyphs (carved rock drawings).
Paleontology (the earth science that studies fossils) is relatively new. The concept of dinosaurs (giant lizards) surfaced in its present form a mere 200 years ago. Before that, anyone who found a large fossilized bone assumed it came from an elephant, dragon or giant. “Science” was not attached to these finds.
How does one discount such evidence?
China and Cymru
Our stories of dragons follow China and Cymru as they learn about their heritage and history as dragons.
They are at ages where they need mental stimulation so that they don’t become bored and restless. China, a young male dragon, and Cymru, a young girl, are not quite 100 years old, which is very young for a dragon.
No one really knows how long they live, but Chinese dragons surely live more than 400 years. That may seem like a long time, but some of our earth’s sophisticated societies and recorded histories go back 5,000 or more years, and human fossils stretch back to 70,000 B.C.E.
When China isn’t sleeping, he’s wandering up and down San Francisco’s Chinatown streets and alleys. He can easily disappear, beginning with the Chinatown Dragon Gate, along Grant Avenue; he just sits on top and people think he’s part of the carving. Sometimes he even pretends to be a painting on the side of a building.
China particularly likes hovering around the Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory in Chinatown watching people react to their fortunes: “You will be traveling and coming into a fortune.” “You will discover an unexpected treasure.” “Traveling to the east will bring you great rewards.” “You will take a chance on something in the near future.
Our China’s story started in Asia where the mighty dragon has long been celebrated for its benevolence, intelligence and good will. China’s dragons, along with the dragons of Wales, are helpful to people. Chinese people all over the world are affectionately known as lung de chuan ren or the “descendants of the dragon.”
Our dragon has an unusual friend: Harley the shapeshifting cat. ShapeShifter’s are fascinating; they can be anything they want to be. One of Harley’s shifts is here; he was hiding in a tree. He was disappointed when he didn’t scare anyone.
ShapeShifters are sociable creatures. They love to gather and play pranks on unsuspecting people and children. Many creatures have an ability to completely transform their body, enabling them to trick, hunt, and to deceive — sometimes to help a human or fellow creatures.