The Cooper and the two Dragons

In Switzerland lived a man, a cooper by trade, who one day climbed the soft slope of a nearby mountain to a forest of oaks and birches to find wood. It was autumn and the ground was covered with a thick carpet of dead leaves. The cooper deviated soon from the path, in search of … Read more

Childe Wynde

Childe Wynde The castle of Bamburgh, where lived the kings of Northumberland, of an austere appearance, was perched on a granite headland at the end of a vast strand, a small village nested against its sides. During a certain time, these already lugubrious places were transformed into a source of pain and desolation. That occurred … Read more

The Drac of Beaucaire

Through the vineyards and the olive groves of the South of France, at the foot of the proud castles of the lords of Provence and along the villages with the tiled roofs of their vassal, ran the Rhône whose majestic course could not, it seemed, conceal a dragon. And, however, in its depths, close to … 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