What Kind Of Mythical Dragon Is Your Soul?
Find out which mythical dragon represents your spirit now!
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You're the Chinese dragon, a symbol of auspicious power in Chinese mythology that also reappears in other Asian cultures. You command control of a room the second you walk in. New acquaintances find your personality hard to pin down since there's so much to your soul than than the sum of your interests or looks, just as the Chinese dragon is constructed of various animal parts (it might have the fins of some fish, or the horns of a stag, etc).
Your soul is that of the Vietnamese dragon. You are very occupied with thoughts of time, just as these dragons' very anatomy is sectioned into 12 to symbolize the 12 months of the year. Vietnamese dragons can change the weather and are responsible for crops. You too carry great responsibilities and your soul bears the impression of these burdens and duties. You have a great impact on everyone around you and your very presence sways the moods of those around you, just like the weather.
Your soul is that of a European dragon. A lot of European folklore and mythologies have overlapping descriptions of these legendary creatures that usually involve feathered wings, crests, fiery manes, ivory spikes running down its spine, and various exotic decorations. People most likely say different things about you, both consistent and inconsistent, pertaining to your personality. Regardless, only you know your true self and you feel confidence in it. You know to stand up for yourself just as European dragons often have burning or poisonous breath for self defense.
Your soul is that of a Slavic dragon from Russian mythologies. These dragons often represent evil or conflict. You've probably been through a lot in life, so your soul bears the marks of these hardships and weigh you down. Despite being associated with evil, Slavic dragons are also the defenders of crops from demons. These dragons are also known for being multiheaded, just as you may find yourself dealing with conflicting emotions at times. Despite any potentially negative reputation you may bear, you know that deep down you just tend to be misunderstood and have a good soul just like these powerful beasts.
Your soul is that of a Greek dragon. You're instinctively protective of your loved ones, just as Greek dragons took on the role of protecting important objects and places in their lives. The name comes from the Greek "drakeîn" meaning "to see clearly", and reflects how your soul has achieved expert clarity in your life in regards to your priorities. You have your life sorted and in order and that bears marks on your soul.