This is presented in a rather ponderously dramatic manner, but anyone familiar with the Monkeys series may appreciate and recognize the references.
It helped to contextualize for me how the dragons have long made up their own mythologies to instill fear, love, and to control the masses. They represent themselves as benevolent lords…so long as you don’t step awry and tick them off. They make themselves larger than life so they cannot be questioned or resisted…they are their own “forces of nature” mankind must submit to for favor, else perish.
I suppose the biggest revelation for me is that these worldwide mythologies didn’t occur as organic observations by the populaces trying to understand their world, the people were seeded with these storied explanations, and when the method was seen to work, it just spread repetitively across the globe. Perhaps that was apparent to many of you already, but for me, it set things in proper sequence, which reveals the magick trick behind the mysteries. Previously, once I’d recognized the patterns across mythologies, I’d thought, well, these people must have seen the same entities – thus these entities must have been supernatural, embodied beings in some manner.
Classic case of “which came first..?” the gods or the man who created the gods to justify himself?
These myths and monsters help to solidify the dragons’ perceived legitimacy, as they purport to act and weild power and authority above their own – they are “divinely” inspired and that is universally recognized in all its manifestations (religion, science, etc) as unquestionable. Not everyone is convinced by the same appeals, which is why they have a manifestation for everyone.
Only Father and Yeshua are able to divinely inspire, the rest are men who wanted to purchase the truth, hoard it and then dole out tales for their own greedy ends.