Tuesday, January 14, 2014


In the 1828 Noah Webster American Dictionary of the English Language, the word "dinosaur" does not exist. Why? Because the word was not coined until 1841 by Sir Richard Owen. So what were the bones and fossils of these creatures called prior to the creation of the word "dinosaur," considering the first dinosaur bone ever discovered was in 1676 (some sources say 1685)?

Interestingly enough, ancient people from all over the world spoke about unusual, reptile-like creatures (large and small) that once roamed the Earth. The people from Europe called them "dragons," and their descriptions sounded awfully familiar to what we know today as "dinosaurs." Dragon pictures are found in Africa, India, Europe, the Middle East, the Orient, and every other part of the world. Dinosaur-like animals have been drawn and written about since the beginning of recorded history.

Scientists agree that legends are almost always based on facts—not just imagination. We have recorded accounts from historians and the like who described, in their travels, creatures they called "dragons." Alexander the Great talked about a giant lizard that frightened his army. Marco Polo recorded having seen dragons when he was in China. Herodotus heard rumours of winged creatures and, showing the mettle of a true historian, went to check it out for himself and recorded it in his work. Flavius Josephus writes about dragons. Many historians recorded these facts but modern humans brush it aside as fables (because of modern sensationalism attached to it). These respectable historians have wrote in their books, "This is what I have seen; this is what I have witnessed." The descriptions in their records sound just like dinosaurs, yet were clearly labeled as "dragons." The words of these reliable historians should be taken at face value. What reason would they have to lie? Why would they make it up? What would it benefit them?

Evolutionists believe that dinosaurs became extinct millions of years before man walked the Earth. However, think of the world's legends regarding dragons. Dragons are drawn on cave walls; written about in ancient literature (including scientific literature); and described in the Bible. There are dinosaur fossils that have been discovered along with human footprints and remains that add proof to the ancient people's history of dragons.

In the 1828 Noah Webster American Dictionary of the English Language, it describes the word "dragon" thus:
A kind of winged serpent, much celebrated in the romances of the middle ages. Johnson.

A genus of animals, the Draco. They have four legs, a cylindrical tail, and membranaceous wings, radiated like the fins of a flying-fish. Encyc.
Even in 1828 we see the ignorance of mankind due to his forgetting of the past and things once known fading out of memory into myth or legend. It demonstrates how our worldview merely consists of the knowledge available to us at that moment. For example: A child is born to elderly parents. In his worldview, all children have elderly parents. Then one day he meets some children whose parents are very young. All of a sudden his worldview must expand to include this new information. Adults are no different. We think we know a thing but all of the evidence may not be available to us. That is definitely the case regarding the falsified over-exposed information regarding evolution. Over time, information once known can be lost. Noah Webster's definition of the word "dragon" demonstrates this amply because in 1840, one year before the word "dinosaur" was coined, there was a book written by Thomas Hawkins called The Book of the Great Sea Dragons. It talked about "dinosaurs," such as the Plesiosaurus, yet called them "dragons." Below is its table of contents:

Clearly, this information was not available to Noah Webster at the time or else his dictionary might have included definitions in-line with the scientific talk from England. In his time, people were already starting to look at the ancient history of dragons as mere "romanticism." Modern-day depictions of so-called "dragons," like that of modern-day depictions of so-called "unicorns," cannot be used to determine what these creatures truly were. Definitions change. Information is lost. We must know what these words meant to the people of the time before we can attempt to apply our modern understanding to them.

The English language contains amelioration and pejoration. Amelioration is words that used to have a negative meaning that now how a positive one, such as the word "brave." Pejoration is words that used to have a positive meaning that now have a negative one, such as the word "silly." If we pick up an ancient book and read it with our modern understanding of what these words mean today, what are we going to gather from that reading? Our information is going to be skewed. We need to know what certain words meant to the people using them at the time. We cannot use our modern understanding and then conclude they must have been off their rocker. How are 21st century children and beyond going to understand early to mid 20th century usage of the words "gay" and "queer"? Understand?

In 1865, twenty-four years after the word "dinosaur" was coined, Lady Emily Tennyson wrote:
July 23rd [1865]
Farringford. Professor Owen arrived. A[lfred] went with him to Brightstone. They spread out their luncheon on Mr. Foxe's lawn and looked at the great dragon (a Saurian reptile dug up at Brooke) which was new to the Professor, and which quite answered his expectations. He never saw one so sheathed in armour, and thought of calling it Euacanthus Vectanius.
Lady Emily Tennyson, wife of Lord Alfred Tennyson
In a letter written to Sir Richard Owen, William Foxe wrote:
"I cannot leave this place while I have any money left to live on, I take such deep [sic] in hunting for old dragons."
Foxe did not move to the Isle of Wight until 1862. He died 19 years later. The earliest his correspondence with Sir Richard Owen could have taken place was 1862. He used the scientific name "dragon" 20-some years after the term "dinosaur" had already been coined.

After the flood, often referred to as Noah's flood, the Earth's climate changed. There was no longer a greenhouse effect, which enabled reptiles to live longer. Also, the ice age came, and since reptiles are cold-blooded creatures that need warm temperatures, many died off. In addition to climate changes reducing the population of dinosaurs, people hunted those that remained because of the menacing behaviour of the large creatures. Even not-so-large dinosaurs were menacing and were hunted.
'dinosaurs', in the form of flying reptiles, were a feature of Welsh life until surprisingly recent times. As late as the beginning of the present century, elderly folk at Penllyn in Glamorgan used to tell of a colony of winged serpents that lived in the woods around Penllyn Castle. As Marie Trevelyan tells us: 'The woods around Penllyn Castle, Glamorgan, had the reputation of being frequented by winged serpents, and these were the terror of old and young alike. An aged inhabitant of Penllyn, who died a few years ago, said that in his boyhood the winged serpents were described as very beautiful... He said it was "no old story invented to frighten children", but a real fact. His father and uncle had killed some of them, for they were as bad as foxes for poultry. The old man attributed the extinction of the winged serpents to the fact that they were "terrors in the farmyards and culverts".'
"After the Flood", Bill Cooper
There is plenty more scientific and historical literature out there wherein, referring to what we know today as "dinosaurs," they call these creatures "dragons." Dinosaurs and dragons are the exact same creature. The historical and archaeological evidence demonstrates that man and dragons/dinosaurs have always lived together. Do not believe the force-fed evolutionary nonsense over-broadcasted. Do your own research, looking honestly at all the data—including that which evolutionists do not want you to know.

If you take an Iguana and place it in a warm, moist climate with plenty of food, allowing it to grow to a few tons, the result will be a dinosaur.

Here is a bit of information you were probably never told. Scientists are broken into three main groups: Creationists, Intelligent Designists, and Evolutionists. Evolutionists are in the minority; they make the most noise, publishing and broadcasting their erroneous and falsified information heavily (repeat a lie loud enough, long enough, and often enough...), but they are still the minority. Most scientists following where their research leads them believe in intelligent design, but do not necessarily believe in a god or the God of the Bible. These scientists are at least honest with their research. If you want to learn more about the two groups working to destroy the pseudoscience of evolution, pick up The Evolution Handbook by Vance Ferrell.