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Japanese Dragon Symbol and Myths

Japanese dragon myths are both strongly inspired by Chinese and Hindu dragon myths, and still very much unique. It’s fair to say that Japanese mythology has ...

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Revenge and Retribution- The Goddess Nemesis

Nemesis (also known as Rhamnousia) is the Greek goddess of retribution and revenge on those that demonstrate pride and arrogance, especially against the ...

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North and South American Dragons

The dragon myths of the North and South Americas aren’t as famous worldwide as those of Europe and Asia. However, they are as colorful and fascinating as ...

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Middle Eastern Dragons and What They Symbolized

The many dragons and serpentine monsters from the ancient Middle Eastern cultures are among the oldest in the world. Some of them can be traced back to over ...

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Vritra and Other Hindu Dragons

Dragons are not as prominently figured in Hinduism as they are in other Asian cultures but it’d be wrong to say that there are no Hindu dragons. In fact, ...

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Tetractys Symbol – What Does It Mean?

The Tetractys is a rather unique symbol both because of its appearance and its history. It’s made up of 10 identical dots arranged in four rows forming a ...

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Masonic Symbols And Their Meanings

Masonic symbolism is as widespread as it’s misunderstood. That’s largely because the Freemasons have been the subject of countless conspiracy theories while ...

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Nordic (Viking) Symbols – A List with Images

The Nordic cultures and peoples have brought us some of the most colorful and unique myths and symbols we’ve seen. They’ve inspired lots of later art and ...

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Ancient Roman Symbols – Origins and Symbolism

As one of the biggest, most long-lasting, and defining empires in world history, Rome has left its mark across multiple continents, including the Americas, ...

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15 Egyptian Symbols – And What They Signified (With Images)

The symbols of ancient Egypt are some of the most recognizable and iconic visual images in the world. Egyptian symbols are much more than just an old ...

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