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Are Dragons Real?

chinese dragonAre Dragons Real?

The immediate response from most of us is NO.

st_george2Then why are Dragon myths in  cultures all around the world? There are the Chinese dragons and the English story of St. George and the Dragon. The Bible talks about a dragon in the book of Revelation.  The aborigines of Australia have a verbal history about a dragon like creature that they hunted to extinction. Native cultures in North, Central and South America have legends of dragons. The most famous example is the Aztec god, Quetzalcoatl.

Dinosaurs are dragon like creatures. Could dragon myths be a cultural memory about dinosaurs?  For people to remember dinosaurs, dinosaurs and people would have to exist at the same time. Scientists tell us that’s impossible because dinosaurs  were extinct long before man walked the earth. Dinosaurs lived up until 250 million years ago. Man has only been on the earth for 5 million years.

The experts are wrong about this, and it’s easy to prove.Because DINOSAURS ARE ALIVE TODAY.  These living dinosaurs are so familiar that we don’t recognize them for what they are. Below is a partial list of living dinosaurs with their pictures.  Look at each picture and ask yourself, could this be a living dinosaur? The answer for each is obviously yes, and the fossil record confirms it. 

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Sharks

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Coelacanths

 

 

 

 Another  proof that man and dinosaurs existed at the same time  is in the photo below.  This is an old river bed that turned to stone over time. In the stone are two sets of footprints. The larger footprints on the right are from a dinosaur. The smaller footprints on the left are human. 

Dino_and_Human_Tracks

Was man alive at the same time as dinosaurs? Could the  legends of dragons be cultural memories of dinosaurs? The answer to both questions is YES.

What are your thoughts on the subject? I’d like to hear them. You can post your response below.

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