Earth dragons are generally the largest, with rough hides and strong stocky
bodies. They often
oversized front limbs and claws to allow them to dig and build more easily, and
may have smaller wings in order to squeeze into their tunnels. Getting into a
fight with an Earth dragon is not a good idea: they’re physically very powerful
and have incredible stamina. In some
parts of Earth’s territory there are dragons who have spent so many generations
underground that they’ve lost much of their vision and skin pigment, rendering
them nearly albino. These dragons navigate by touch or by sensing vibrations.
Nature dragons rarely grow to any great size, as being too large in the jungle makes
it difficult to hunt or flee. Despite their smaller stature Nature dragons are
plenty dangerous, as many have developed poison glands and some even exude
toxins directly from their skin. It’s very common to see Nature dragons born in
camouflaged patterns and colors that allow them to blend into the forest,
though many are born in bright warning colors. Most Nature dragons have well-developed
claws suited for arboreal life as well as large eyes that function equally well
at night. Very magically attuned dragons will sometimes grow plants directly from
their mossy hides.
dragons can be a little startling to those who have never seen them before.
Their bodies are compact and bulky in order to conserve heat, and even
non-tundras have been known to develop full or partial coats of fur. Like
Nature dragons they have large talons to grip the ice and some have specialized
horns on their heads designed to break through thin ice to reach air or water. Some
are capable of developing thick layers of blubber underneath their scales,
giving them a roly-poly appearance.
dragons don’t have very many distinguishing features due to their rather
undemanding environment, but they are known to have a more elegant appearance
than other flights. Light dragons tend to have slightly longer necks and limbs
and walk with a smoother gait, but have comparatively little stamina and don’t
last very long in fights. Their wings and tendrils, if they have any, are very
long and sensitive to temperature and pressure changes. It’s rare to see dark-colored
Light dragons in any significant numbers. They tend to be slightly more
intelligent than other flights, in a “book smart” sort of way.
Arcane dragons are smallish in size and often spindly in appearance, mimicking
their deity. They are not known for physically being very strong but compensate
with deeper and more powerful magic reserves. Like Shadow dragons, they are
frequently bioluminescent but have less control over it, and some Arcane
dragons are downright glittery. Arcane dragons are by far the most likely to
experience mutations and it’s very common to see dragons of this flight with
extra limbs, wings, tails, and even heads. More monstrous mutations are present
in clans located deeper in Arcane territory. Some barely look like dragons at
all. All Arcane dragons have large, sharp-sighted eyes suitable for stargazing.
dragons are known for being the best fliers and have smooth, streamlined bodies
as well as powerful wings. Many have developed sails and fins to help them
better navigate treacherous air currents, and their lungs are able to function
at much higher altitudes than other flights. Some Wind dragons can fly for days
or even weeks without landing, eating and sleeping on the wing and gathering
moisture from clouds. Their wings display a much greater variety in shape than
those of other dragons: broad wings for soaring, short wings for rapid
takeoffs, curved wings for tight maneuvering. To assist with flying Wind
dragons have large airsacs that make them lightweight, and coincidentally very buoyant.
Most are sadly unable to dive without great effort.
Long, low bodies are characteristic of Shadow dragons, giving some of them a
weasel-like appearance. Shadow dragons are the most acrobatic and flexible of
the flights to better survive in the brambles of their home and have tough,
almost rubbery skin. They are very frequently bioluminescent and can even
control the patterns they display, flashing glowing eyespots to frighten enemies
or going completely dark in order to sneak up on prey. Some Shadow dragons
possess chromatophores that allow them to change color completely, which they
often use for pranks. Even the largest of Shadow dragons are able to move in
near silence, and breeds with feathers have structures similar to owls that
allow them to fly extremely quietly.
Unsurprisingly, Water dragons are suited for aquatic life and many come ashore
only rarely, if at all. Fins and flippers have replaced limbs in many Water
dragon clans and wings have adapted to be more useful for swimming, sometimes
taking on a manta ray-like appearance. Every Water dragon is born with gills as
well as lungs, though some lose the ability to breathe air after several
generations and require spells to survive on land. It’s quite common to see
dragons with large fins on their tails, with some even losing their hind limbs
entirely in a mermaid-like fashion. In the deepest trenches of the Sea of a
Thousand Currents dragons have begun to resemble deep-sea fishes, complete with
glowing lures and mouthfuls of jagged teeth.
Plague dragons are built for wasteland living and are very thin, sometimes
appearing to be starving to outsiders. They have long limbs and broad
vulture-like wings suited for soaring on the desert currents and have powerful
jaws designed to crush bones. Despite their emaciated appearance Plague dragons
are quite strong, and their bites deliver fatal amounts of bacteria to their
unlucky prey. Some have even developed the ability to spray acid from glands in
their mouths and throats. They are generally dull-colored to blend in with
their environment but can boast streaks of bright colors. Plague dragons have a
more feral and animalistic appearance than other flights and often have extra
horns, spines, and rougher scales as well as exposed teeth.
Lightning dragons are capable of storing electricity in their bodies and
releasing it on command through a series of specialized muscles similar to
those of electric eels. Their bodies are long and sleek with coats of jutting
spines that allow them to gauge air pressure and nearby currents. Like Plague
dragons they are adapted to a desert environment and can survive on little
water and food for long periods of time. Curiously, they are much better able
than other flights to handle prosthetic limbs and artificial implants and
experiment freely with these sorts of additions.
Capable of withstanding far higher temperatures than other flights, some Fire
dragons are even able to bathe in lava with no ill effects. Their skin is very thick and rough and
impervious to most damage. Fire dragons are very brightly colored despite their
sooty environment and tend to have compact, armored bodies.
what sucks is my doctors don’t even care that taking birth control severely messes with my tsh and thyroid meds. My obgyn claimed I was wrong for saying that. Then I take BC for a year and go backwards in every way lol and my endo will say, oh what changed? blah blah blah your labs aren’t optimal. Then I go off BC, and have to recover for 6 months. How annoying! I don’t want babies………. My body is cursed. Someone just. Give me a new one with functioning ovaries and thyroid gland
Why is it my the wrong specalist always finds what’s wrong with me?
The Endocrinologist discovered my Pots,
The Gastrologist told me about Fibromyalgia
The Cardiologist came up with Hypersensitive gut,
Chiropractor led my towards Ehlers Danlos,
The Rheumatologist suggested urticaria and a mast cell problem,
And now my Immunologist discovered a heart murmur?
Who should I go to see for my glands on my head and neck? A proctologist?
1. The pineal gland is formed at 49 days within the human embryo: the same time that Tibetans believe it takes for a soul to reincarnate. And the same amount of days that the human embryo becomes either male or female.
2. In the ancient Vedic energy system of the chakras, the pineal gland is referred to as the ‘Ajna’ or ‘Third Eye’ chakra. Modern studies reveal that the gland’s watery interior contains rods and cones - just like those found in the retina of your eyes. Your ‘Third Eye’ has a structure remarkably similar to your two physical ones. This is why when you visualize something strongly enough, you can literally see it “in your mind’s eye”.
3. Your pineal gland is important to your physical and mental health, and its wellbeing has been linked to memory, creativity, intuition and critical thinking skills. It is also sensitive to light and plays an important role in your sleep and waking cycles. When light strikes the retina of your eyes, it travels through a tiny nerve system and into the gland. When the light goes off - like at night - it sends a signal to the pineal to begin secreting melatonin, which activates your nervous system to go into sleep mode.
4. Studies show your pineal gland secretes a substance called Dimethyltriptamine (DMT), which you may be familiar with as a hallucinatory substance found in the South American shamanic brew called Ayahuasca. The interesting thing about DMT is that it causes experiences which can take you well beyond common states of awareness. This is perhaps why the pineal gland is known in many cultures as the ‘Seat of the Soul’, the ‘Gateway to the Universe’, the ‘Mind’s Eye’ and the ‘Doorway to Higher Realms’.
Pineal Gland is a pea-sized gland in the exact geometric center of the brain and comes from the root word “pinea” which is Latin for “pinecone”. Pinecone symbolism appears all over the ancient world from the Sumerian, Greek, and Roman traditions.
It is often associated with the Third Eye or the Ajna Chakra, when activated, leads one to higher realms of Consciousness. The Third Eye gives us perception of the Universe around us through the five senses. Pineal Gland represents the point at which the body receives energy from the Universe that keeps our lives sustained; the main access point between the astral body and the physical body. Without awareness of the Universe, you have no point of reference at which you have self awareness. Without self awareness, you have neither Consciousness nor logical thought.
Pineal gland is thought to secrete a chemical known as DMT, “The Spirit Molecule”. DMT is believed to be released during dreaming, spiritual and mystical experiences, and during the time of death. It’s a chemical compound that, when ingested, has the most powerful hallucinogenic effects out of any other drug.
When activated, the Pineal Gland becomes the line of communication with the higher planes. The Crown Chakra reaches down until its vortex touches the Pineal Gland. Prana, or pure energy, is received through this energy center in the head. With practice, the vibration level of the astral body is raised, allowing it to separate from the physical. Pineal Gland is considered the most powerful and highest source of Ethereal energy available to humans.
To activate the Third Eye and perceive higher dimensions, the Pineal Gland and the pituitary body must vibrate in unison, which is achieved through meditation and/or relaxation. When a correct relationship is established between personality, operating through the pituitary body, and the Soul, operating through the Pineal Gland, a magnetic field is created. The negative and positive forces interact and become strong enough to create the “Light in the Head”. With this “light” activated, astral projectors can withdraw themselves from the body, carrying the light with them.
Consciousness is raised from an emotional nature into an illumined awareness when the Pineal Gland is lifted from dormancy. When our sense of Ego and personality are set aside and we keep our mental energy intact, we can become conscious of the non-physical, our Inner Self, the subconscious, through different practices to activate the “Light”.