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Serpents and dragons symbolize trouble.

Whenever they appear, strife and infertility follow.

King Arthur’s troubles with the future of his kingdom are presaged by dreams of dragons and serpents at the time of Sir Mordred’s conception.

King Arthur drives them out, but is wounded.

King Arthur is finally devoured by them in his last dream, subsequently his next battle is when Sir Mordred kills him.

It is interesting to note that it is the appearance of a snake that initiates the battle.

The swine herders before the Tain, Friuch and Rucht, ruin each other’s land with snow during their magical fight, while in the forms of dragons

Dragons should be particularly troubling to a king, because the king is the symbol of the fertility of the tribe and its land and the dragons are the counter symbol, laying waste to the land and preventing new growth.

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