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HOW MS MEDIA RIDICULE DRAGONS

ANIMAL PLANET "MYTHIFIED& DEBUNKED" DRAGONS and OUR STATS WENT DOWN!
MAIN STREAM MEDIA BRAINWASHING MISSION ACCOMPLISHED! THE LEMMINGS FALL IN LINE!
They don't want people to research these things, because The-Powers_That-Be pushed Evolution on us to destroy Western Civilisation! Their scientific figureheads took the money to lie &over up the truth &now their academic following all believe we "CAME FROM A ROCK!"

WITH HOAXES!
(EXCERPT ARTICLE FROM THE TELEGRAPH JAN 2004)

"A pickled dragon that looks as if it might once have flown around Hogwarts has been found in a garage in Oxfordshire. Yesterday the baby dragon, in a sealed 30in jar, was in the office of Allistair Mitchell, who runs a marketing company in Oxford. He was asked to investigate by his friend, David Hart, from Sutton Courtenay, who discovered it. A metal tin found with the dragon contained paperwork in old-fashioned German of the 1890s."

"All they had to do in this case, which turned out to be another debunking hoax, to find out whether it was real or not, like alternative news www.rense.com noted: "A one minute X-ray will answer the question instantly. lf there is NO X-ray taken, we have a cover up. In all likelihood, an X-ray analysis has already been done..." --Editor Rense.com"

Well, it turned out it was a hoax by a Media company and a Media prop-making company. The Smithsonian Institute is actually rumored to possess real dragon remains. Many real proofs & artifacts are lying around locked up in vaults somewhere, and some were actually destroyed by Evolutionary hijackers of Science!

And how many genuine sightings have been denied and shoved from the frontpages of the hijacked media. They should throw open the Smithonian Institute and archives of ALL "Natural" History museums everywhere, to bring to light hidden proofs that Dragons were & are still ALIVE today and aren't"Dinosaurs!"

WELL, ENJOY THE PICS.
HOPE YOU HAVE A NICE PARADIGM SHIFT!
LET'S START WITH SOME HISTORY:

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BRITAIN now called WALES

The early Britons, from whom the modern Welsh are descended, provide us with our earliest surviving European accounts of reptilian monsters, one of whom killed and devoured king Morvidus (Morydd) in about 336 BC. We are told in the original early Welsh account (which Geoffrey of Monmouth translated into Latin and which still survives in spite of modernist claims to the contrary 4) that the monster "gulped down the body of Morvidus as a big fish swallows a little one." Geoffrey wrote of the monster under its Latin name, Belua.
Morvidus, by the way, was a merciless cruel tyrant. So he seemed to reap what he dished out.

OF COURSE DARWINIST/CULTURAL MARXIST GATEKEEPER WIKIPEDIA CALLS KING MORVIDUS MYTHICAL! HA!
WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU EXPECT...

Peredur, not the ancient king of that name (306 - 296 BC), but a much later son of Earl Efrawg, had better luck than Morvidus, actually managing to slay his monster, an addanc (pronounced athanc: variant afanc,) at a place called Llyn Llion in Wales.
At other Welsh locations the addanc is further spoken of along with another reptilian species known as the carrog. The addanc survived until comparatively recent times at such places as Bedd-yr-Afanc near Brynberian, at Llyn-yr-Afanc above Bettws-y-Coed on the River Conwy (the killing of this monster was described in the year 1693), and Llyn Barfog. A carrog is commemorated at Carrog near Corwen, and at Dol-y-Carrog in the Vale of Conwy.

SWEDEN

Lindorm, Lindworm
(Swedish for Dragon)

A 19th century Scandinavian creature rumored to be a "mythical" dragon-like beast was often seen in the country around marshes, caves, and large bodies of water. There have been 40 plus eyewitness accounts of this creature.

Reports have the Lindorm being 10-20 feet long, with a body as thick as a man's thigh, black with yellow-flamed belly, a mouth full of white shining sharp teeth, large saucer like eyes, and an unwieldy body. It behaves like a snake when cornered. It will rear up on it's tail in a strike or pounce stance, behave in an aggressive and powerful manner and is also very ill tempered. It is difficult to destroy and when successfully killed will emit a foul smelling odor when in its final death throes.

Lindorms remain on land until too large to move about easily then it takes to the water where it again begins to grow. Although there are many witnesses, there has been no physical evidence of the existence of Lindorms, which has led some to believe in "collective hallucinations." However, due to the high number of first hand accounts, not to mention the absurdity of collective or group hallucinations, it is more likely to have been a very live creature at one time and perhaps still! It does not seem likely that 40 plus people could describe the same creature unless they have actually seen it!

In legend, the german hero Siegfried conquered a lindwyrm that lived near the town of Worms in Germany.

NORWAY, DANMARK

And why did the Norsmen or Vikings get the idea to put Dragon heads on their boats? Because they had never seen them pop out of the water and scare them half to death? Or just because of that, so they could scare the marine dragons with it.

DRAGONS in FRANCE?

THE TARASQUE OF NERLUC

The city of Nerluc in France was renamed Tarascon in honor of the killing of a dragon there, called the Tarasque. This animal was bigger than an ox and had long, sharp, pointed horns on its head. There were a number of different horned dinosaurs, like the Triceratops.
[Info & image: "The Great Dinosaur Mystery" by Paul Taylor]

Here is an old postcard from the city with the spiked beast.

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THE LEGEND

The Tarasque haunted the banks of the River Rhone in Nerluc. It had six limbs and was spawned by the serpent Leviathan, but in time it came to haunt Southern France. A traveller named Jacques du Bois was journeying along the banks of that river one evening, and he was so focused on the terrifying rumours he had heard of the Tarasque that he failed to hear a deep rumble. Suddenly the Tarasque appeared and with a deafening roar, it ignited the luckless du Bois with a steady stream of fire.

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Does Darwin dare to make
Marco Polo out a LIAR???

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MESOPOTAMIAN DRAGONS
BABYLON

THE 'SIRRUSH'

In 600 B.C., an artist carved 3 animals in the archway of the Ishtar Gate in Babylon.
The three animals were a lion, a wild ox & the Sirrush.
Why was this supposedly mythical creature pictured with two known animals? Was it because it wasn't a myth? The sirrush was described as slender bodied, scale covered creature with a horn atop it's head. Nebuchadnezzar was the king of Babylonia at the time and the Bible mentions that his priests kept a great dragon or serpent that they worshipped.
The creature closely resembles a type of dinosaur, a sauropod. Since the Babylonians did not have the ability to reconstruct fossil remains it is more likely they were drawing a living animal that they had seen. The drawings and carvings of the sirrush were always the same and never varies which normally indicates they were based on a real creature. [Text courtesy Shadowlands]

THEY ALSO MADE A SCULPTURE OF THE BEAST Caption above - "The head of a dragon, the symbol of Marduk, sculpted in bronze and dating from c. 300-600 B.C., was found in Mesopotamia and is now in the Louvre Museum, Paris" - - Image from "Dragons: A Natural History" by Dr. Karl Shuker.

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CENTRAL AMERICA

DRAGONS IN PERU

ICA or ICCA STONES

The simple farmer who originally found and tried to sell them, was "impressed" by authorities, to confess that he had made all those hundreds of stones by himself, or else....

The stones show clear dinosaurs interacting with humans. And for Darwinist controlled Archaeology departments all around the world, that is a No No, of course.

Confused?

So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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