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Notes Regarding My Dragons (2010)

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Clarification

I originally had three dragons. Two head mates being Jafira and Veltra. alongside of my dragonkin identity Korageth, later in time, I determined that only one (Korageth) was spiritually legitimate. My head mates Jafira and Veltra were determined to be aspects of my personality, higher self, or psychological dissociative identities portrayed as sentient dragon persona's within my minds eye.

Veltra was an analytical segment of myself and Jafira was an extroverted aspect of myself, In short I was psychologically segmented and it represented itself through my spirituality, upon this realization my head mates faded away.

That is the best explanation for them I have at this point in my understanding.

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Notes Regarding My Dragons and Site.
Disclaimer: My dragons are nonexistent in any physical form and I make no assertion that they entirely exist spiritually or otherwise outside of my own conscious mind and perceptions. Details regarding them are subject to change as more is learned.

Tycosa: Tycosa was a large valley paradise that I would often dream about or fantasize of when I was younger, it was later used as the setting for my fictional stories and the supposed homeland of my dragon persona's.

Terraset: Terraset was the name given to the fictional home world in which Tycosa would be found.

The Tycosian Language: The Tycosian language was inspired one night many years ago. I was probably around the age of twelve when I first wrote them, I begin to generate words and their translations I had two pages, however one was lost, that which remains I put on the site. I make no claim of validity for the Tycosian language, it was simply the ramblings of a child.

My Stories: All my stories are fictional based off of Terraset and Tycosa. My first story, the battle for Tycosa was supposed to be an exaggerated biography of life as the dragon Korageth and was based off of a sequence of dreams, for example the death of Korageth. Other scenes from the story like the appearance of Veltra, Jafira, the Lycona woods, and the great falls were also inspired from dreams not to mention the tower and certain scenes in different stories.

My story titled "Battle for Tycosa" was later revised as more was learned, and rewritten as "Tycosian Dreams" And was later rewritten once again under a supposedly "channeled trance" in 2010 as Korageth's biography. Rashau's Biography was also written under a channeled "trance" about that time.

Regardless, as my actual knowledge is limited controversial and basic, these channeled trance writings are subjective and to be suspect. They are stories and remain fiction and fantasy alongside all my others, nothing more.
About Jafira's Dragons: Jafira's Dragons Past and Present, their mixed origins as possible past incarnations and "head mates" as well as their effect on his spirituality and fictional stories.
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