Once upon a time in Japan, a certain emperor became seriously ill. He was unable to sleep at night because of a terrible noise. As soon as the sun set, a dark, black cloud came in from the East, and it settled on the roof of the palace. It was discovered that this was no … Read more

St. Magnus

Origin: St. Magnus war a monk of the monastery St. Gallen (Switzerland) who died around 750 AC.  Name of the dragon: Boas  Type : worms and drakes  Mission: Free the land from dragons and paganism  Myth: together with his companions Tozzo and Theodor, Magnus left St. Gallen to prosylete the heathens of the Allgäu region … Read more

St Margaret

Margaret was born in Antiochia as the only daughter of a priest of the ancient pagan religion. After her mother’s death, she was brought up by a woman where she got in contact with Christianity and converted to this new religion. At that time Olybrius, governor of Antiochia, saw Margaret and at once fell in … Read more

St Georges

Mission: St Georges defeated the dragon to rescue the king’s daughter from becoming the dragon’s tribute, and as a result is believed to have converted the people to Christianity.  Myth :Saint George was originally a Roman Calvary officer who was known for his courage in war. In the Western version of the legend, which developed as part … Read more

Utter Pendragon

Uther Pendragon (French: Uter Pendragon; Welsh: Wthyr Bendragon, Uthr Bendragon, Uthyr Pendraeg) is a legendary king of sub-Roman Britain and the father of King Arthur. According to Geoffrey of Monmouth in the Historia, the name means "dragon’s head" . Utther would have killed a red dragon and earns both his name and colors (still Wales symbol).  … Read more


Perseus was the son of Zeus and Danae. Danae’s father, Acrisius, King of Argos. Disappointed by his lack of luck in not having a son, Acrisius consulted the oracle at Delphi, who warned him that he would one day be killed by his daughter’s son. Danaë was childless and to keep her so, he imprisoned … Read more