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Mythological Creatures Actually Existed

Updated on November 20, 2014

Hard To Believe? Of Course!

Drilled into our brains through fanciful stories of grandeur and fascination, mythological creatures have been categorized as nothing more than creations of the imagination, characters in made-up stories for children with no real basis in fact. But, this is not the case. Not at all.

One must be able to expand one's mind and be open to all possibilities in order to process the information I am about to relay. It goes without saying that believing in such things as mythology could bring about ridicule and embarrassment. The proof of what I am about to discuss will be given at the end so as not to distract from this condensed version of history.

The Beginning

From the very beginning of Earth, this planet has been cared for, tended to, and loved by many different types of spirits, beings and other worldly helpers. Some are of this dimension, most are not. Some are visible to us, or were at one time, while most are not. Exceptions to these rules do happen and have occurred in the past where one of these creatures was actually seen by a person, hence the beginning of the myth.

Most of what you have been told about in mythology, whether it be fairies, gnomes, trolls, elves, leprechauns, centaurs, unicorns, dragons, etc., have all existed at one time or another on this planet. Whether it be by genetic experimentation (centaurs, minotaurs), or tending to the gardens (fairies, elves), waters (nymphs, mermaids), and animals (gnomes), all have purpose and meaning or would have never existed in the first place.

This planet has been cultivated for millions of years and will continue log after we are gone. Their job is never finished and they do a beautiful job.

The Centaur


Back in the ancient days of Atlantis (yes, it really existed), many experiments, including cloning and creating, were being done both to benefit science and humanity as well as for creative purposes, i.e. to see what would happen. Some experiments brought forth creatures that were useful and handy to have around. Other experiments created strange creatures that served no purpose other than to be an oddity.

Most beings that were created were made by manipulating the DNA or combining genes. Most were allowed to exist but a few were terminated due to radical ideas gone wrong.

Centaurs were being handy at carrying heavy loads and keeping a sharp mind, but that same mind also created confusion for the being as it tried to understand it's own existence. Centaurs also could not procreate to sustain their species or increase their numbers.

Centaurs were considered freaks and only good for manual labor. These creatures did not agree with this treatment and tried to rebel but were wiped out. All that remained were the stories which, over the eons, became the myths of today.

The Dragon


Whether fire-breathing, winged, or creature of the water, dragons actually existed in our history. The dragons of the seas kept to themselves while the fire-breathing dragons led a very short existence. The winged dragons were plentiful and of every size and shape. Most were domicile and some were fierce and vengeful.

Dragons were not created but were natural creatures of the Earth that had long and relatively peaceful lives. Though they lived for hundreds of years, they were eventually hunted out of existence and became a part of folklore.

Video: 25 Most Legendary Creatures From Greek Mythology

The Unicorn


Unicorns were another product of animal experimentation with DNA by the people of Atlantis, they did not occur naturally. Unfortunately, unicorns served no real purpose other than to be looked and admired for their unique beauty. They were used as horses so led a rather boring existence.

Unicorns were allowed to exist only until they died off naturally, which took many hundreds of years because they were able to procreate. The rich history of these once-fine animals has been lost through the ages, unfortunately.

The Fairy


Fairies, along with pixies, elves, leprechauns, and all manner of earthly beings, help to take care of nature, i.e. plants, trees, grasses, etc. They are usually helpers from another dimension that take care of Mother Nature quietly and inconspicuously. They make sure the flowers bloom, the ferns grow, the trees reach to the sky, the seeds grow, the pollen gets spread, etc.

These types of creatures are usually unseen and unnoticed as they go about their daily rituals. They nurture and help grow all of Earth's landscape, to keep it healthy and alive. Some are not entirely invisible to our curious eyes and have been seen thus creating the myths relating to these marvelous beings.

The Ultimate "Real Fairy" Video

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The Convoluted Universe: Book One

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There is not much in the way of authoritative sources when it comes to the subject of mythology. There is no concrete proof to be had. But, if one hears the same story over and over from many different sources, would that not be proof enough?

My single source for all these claims comes from a series of books by Dolores Cannon titled, "The Convoluted Universe." There are four books in the series, each one a massive tome in its own right, and they shed light on many wonders as well as answer many questions. A master of hypnotic regression for over 40 years, Ms. Cannon (who passed away earlier this year - 2014) took hundreds of people to past lives, spiritual existences, and even other worlds. In the process, she received many answers to some burning questions that she put into book form.

The telling of the mythological beasts story was especially eye-opening and, at first, very hard to believe. The story is quite compelling and is told from many different perspectives, seen through hundreds of pairs of eyes, and experienced in similar ways through many hypnotic regression sessions. It is verified, documented and retold.

The Convoluted Universe: Book Four

The Convoluted Universe: Book Three


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      Joanne Lombardo 

      4 years ago from Prescott AZ

      Hey Jim, nice hub, well researched and written and I truly loved the fairy video. Thank you for the enlightenment.


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