Javier Yuste Gonzalez

Also Japanese mythology believes that its islands form a great sleeping dragon and that earthquakes aren’t more than laps in the the same bed. Japanese divine dragons relate the mysterious lights in the sky that move between the forest and the sea. So, in that distant land, there is a legend about a light that ascends flies towards the mountains and the sea. It remains there hung an old pine at the gates of a Buddhist temple. For even more details, read what Hugh Naylor says on the issue. It is called the Dragon Lantern, and according to tradition, is an offering sent by the sea dragons to the deities of the sanctuary. I think it appropriate to put an excerpt from the book of tea Okakuro Kakuzo who describes in this way the Dragon: the dragon is the spirit of Enroscado change in unfathomable depths of the sea it unscrews in the stormy clouds, cleansed the horsehair in the darkness of turbulent eddies.

Their claws are the zig-zag of lightning his voice is heard in the hurricanes the dragon is revealed only to fade again. Currently all the actions attributed to dragons who had a bad dream and were on his bed, or that angry (earthquakes and tsunamis) and flights from the sea to the sky (cyclones) have been explained scientifically, although this was not understandable to the people that once lived at the mercy of these whimsical creatures. However its existence remained firm in the beliefs until well into the 20th century, as well the author E.T.C. describes Warner in his Dictionary of Chinese formation (1932). Today shuffles the possibility that dragons exist, but in the form of living fossils and are Plesiosaurs. Who knows. For me, the Oriental dragons make up some of the most beautiful creatures of all mythology related with the sea. written by Javier Yuste Gonzalez, published in equatik.com: A website for sailors: Here you will find the eBooks from the sea. Original author and source of the article.