Many of us have heard the mysteries of the “ley lines”, especially in relation to the location of mystical sites such as Stonehenge and the site of many mysterious crop circles. What you may not know is that another way of saying “ley lines” is “Dragon lines”.
In ancient Celtic Ireland, the “ley of the land” was not about the geographical, physical nature of one’s surroundings. It had a much more powerful meaning than that.
To the ancient Celts, the “ley of the land” was a term describing how the Cosmic forces flowed through and influenced the area, as well as how the area itself affected those Cosmic forces. Dragons were thought to have a tremendous influence on the “ley of the land”, hence the term “Dragon lines”.
But far from the terrifying creatures we see in films, dragons were more than fire-breathing beasts with the power to destroy.
The Anglo-Saxon word “dragon” is derived from the Greek word meaning “to see clearly”. They believed dragons had the gift of vision, wisdom, and prophecy. Dragons were considered the guardians of all knowledge and wisdom.
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  • TheBrit
    TheBrit12 months ago

    Amazing work Irene , I enjoyed your discription !!

  • thank you Brit appreciate your liking this

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  • wormink
    wormink12 months ago

    cool enjoy a create

  • many thanks wormink

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  • LoneAngel
    LoneAngel12 months ago

    wow .. outstanding work .. just love it

  • glad you do, thank you angel

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  • Gabriel Forgottenangel
    Gabriel Forgot...12 months ago

    Excellent piece!

  • thank you very much Gabriel..

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  • Carol and Mike Werner
    Carol and Mike...12 months ago

    A fabulous image, Irene . . . all the more reason to like dragons . . .

  • I found it interesting glad you do too, thank you Carol and Mike

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  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesor12 months ago

    Beautiful work Irene!! :)

  • appreciate your saying so, thanks Keith

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  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodensted11 months ago

    08-15-13 Congratulations!
    Your outstanding work has been featured in ART UNIVERSE

  • thanks Kira for the honour, very much appreciated

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  • billfox256
    billfox25611 months ago

    Your fantastic work continues to amaze me!!! This is excellent!!!!
    Congratulations on being featured!!! Bill

  • thank you Bill, very much your appreciate your thoughts and compliment on this

    – shadowlea

  • autumnwind
    autumnwind11 months ago

    Wow, beautiful image and fascinating info. xoxoxoxox

  • thank you autumnwind, appreciate your thoughts and compliment

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  • Anna Ewa Miarczynska
    Anna Ewa Miarc...11 months ago

    wonderful… powerful…

  • thank you for your view and compliment Anna

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