For one week keep track of all the Chinese type dragons that you see. Note the date, the place and what specific type of Chinese dragon it is.
31 October – 6 November 2010
31 October 2010
During this week, I was using the “Dragons Tarot” (by Severino Baraldi & Manfredi Toraldo) for daily divination. One of the cards I drew was the 10 of Chalices. This Tarot card featured the “Imperial Dragon of water”. I believe that this dragon was a Li-lung since he had no wings but did possess five toes.
1 November 2010
This day I drew The Wheel (XI) from the deck which had two white dragons holding each other’s tails. I thought they resembled the Ti’en-lungs of Chinese dragons.
2 November 2010
I keep a glass-blown dragon in my home by my bedside. This multi-coloured dragon is long with two horns and five toes. I thought that it was another Li-lung.
3 November 2010
One of the cards I drew from the “Dragons Tarot” was the Infanta of Chalices. This card had a white dragon which is presenting the baby girl. I thought it was a Pai Lung.
4 November 2010
While playing Zoo World on FaceBook, I discovered the “Chinese Lucky Dragon” that was featured in this game. According to Zoo World, when the “Lucky Dragon” is flying, you can see a faint rainbow in its tail. The little dragon itself is blue-green, leading me to think that it could be a Shin-lung.
5 November 2010
While playing “Fish World” on FaceBook, I found a dragon decoration. This dragon was long, green, and snakelike with no limbs. It was a Pa Snake.
6 November 2010
One of the cards I drew from the “Dragons Tarot” was the King of Chalices. This card featured the Chinese Emperor with a dragon sitting next to him. That dragon is a Ti’en-lung.