Graham Hancock in his book Supernatural states that in !961 the American anthropologist Michael Harner took part in an ayahuasca ceremony in the Amazon.
Harner was one of the first westerners to have participated in the indigenous sacrament.
This is his account of his amazing insights after imbibing a strong dose of Amazonian holy medicine:-
“The creatures showed me how they had created life on the planet in order to hide within the multitudinous forms and thus disguise their presence. Before me, the magnificence of plant and animal creation and speciation – hundreds of millions of years of activity – took place on the scale and with vividness impossible to imagine. I learned that the dragon-like creatures were thus inside all forms of life, including man. They were the true masters of humanity and the entire planet, they told me. We humans were but the receptacles and servants of these creatures. For this reason they could speak to me from within myself. In retrospect one could say they were almost like DNA, although at that time in 1961, I knew nothing of DNA.”
This is a recurring tale of life having migrated to Earth, fleeing something after a journey lasting ‘aeons’. What is referred to as directed panspermia. A theory championed by one of the discoverers of the structure of DNA, Professor Francis Crick.
I have to mention here the great work done on the topic by Jeremy Narby in his book DNA: The Cosmic Serpent.
” Quetzalcoatl is an Aztec sky and creator god. The name is a combination of quetzal, a brightly colored Mesoamerican bird, and coatl, meaning serpent. ” – from WIkipeadia
Author Steven McFadden, in his book Ancient Voices affirms that: “Quetzalcoatl is said to be the embodiment of the serpent rainbow beam of cosmic intelligence–the electric sperm of the universe fertilizing the womb of the Earth.”
This makes me at once think of the theories of panspermia, that postulates that life on Earth came from other sources outside our own planet.
In legends and myths there is mention of flying, magical reptilian creatures,in English we call them dragons.
Far from occurring in only one culture, we see the appearance of dragon-like creatures in many of the worlds folklore.
Why is this?
Is this pervasive myth based on remnants of a collective memory of such creatures?
Is the dragon really some sort of dream manifestation of an ancient and innate fear of snakes?
Who is to say why the whole world mythologizes a similar looking creature.
The Ljubljana dragon, the protector dragon of Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia from Wikipeadia