The dragon is a fantastic beast that appears in almost every mythological tradition throughout the world.

Often depicted as a mix of several different creatures, it represents the four elements of life: air, fire, water, and earth.

The dragon has the wings of a bird and is covered with the scales of a fish or snake.

It is capable of breathing fire, and usually guards a horde of treasure deep within the earth.

In pre-Christian Europe and the Far East, the dragon was seen as a symbol of power, virility, and superhuman strength, and was considered to be a friend of mankind.

In magick, the dragon is wholly beneficent and is seen as the manifestation of life-giving waters (the serpent), and the breath of life (the bird).

Generally, it is considered to be a celestial power and has the attributes of both the sun and moon, masculine and feminine, good and evil sides of nature.

The dragon and serpent are usually interchangeable as representations of the unmanifest and the creation of form and matter.

The dragon represents the highest spiritual power, the supernatural, and the spirit of change.

When you align your forces with those of the dragon, you gain strength and power.

Its magick can help you overcome negative thoughts and it can teach you how to live abundantly