Some Fantasy For Fun
Wow! I think it’s so cool how there have been so many different species of creatures on the earth, some which have even now become extinct.
I love to see all the many different references of the two mystic-type creatures in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible, properly called, The Book of the Lamb of God, which cite many instances, both figuratively and literally, of dragons and unicorns.
There are 43 total instances, between the Old and New Testaments, where they are dually mentioned.
The earth is much older than just the human years described in Holy writ, but the earth was indeed created by Jesus in the way described. There had to be an era of dinosaurs, in which the earth flourished while sustaining their life. Much later, human kind was put upon the earth.
We are grateful for records of such relevant events as the worldwide flood, and other destructive happenings. We are grateful to know that the continent split, and pieces drifted. We are grateful for all truths, in all areas of study.
We know that all things have a spiritual side to them, for all things were created first spiritually, before they were physically manifested.
Perhaps one fun speculation to make, is from the folklore of humankind. We may not have these extinct creatures, but people still tell stories, and pass them down through the generations. Perhaps there is probable truth in them.
One fun guess, is how there were firebreathing dragons. It’s possible that a creature could produce a poisonous flammable venom, which if sparked inside the oral cavity, could produce flames.
Another fun thought. The healing properties of unicorns. If unicorns were indeed a pure, innocent and righteous creature, whose bands stayed together and avoided humans, who, by virtue of their innocence and sacred kindness, had a healing agent coursing through their veins, which would heal the mortal wounds of mankind, would not this be reason for unwise and selfish people to try to take advantage of this holy beast, and slay them for personal use and gain? If so, wouldn’t this be a plausible reason for them to stay away from mankind, and be dubbed, “wild.”
I don’t think scientists have it all wrong when it comes to the physical aspect of things. For example, the timing of the earth, age wise, or even the explosion which they say took place.
In my definition, it would have occurred as God commanded it to be so. My thoughts go with the possibility that while we were living during our pre-mortal lives in heaven, that the earth had already been created, and was being inhabited by these majestic dinosaurs. Maybe that’s around how long the pre-mortal term of our lives lasted, before life for mankind began on earth?
I did some resent follow up searching, and there was some evidence in findings of there indeed being a unicorn found, but it was much different than the icon it has become today. It was even described as I would think an ox could look, and called “ugly,” which I can see, if one was expecting a white horse with a horn on its head.
This description fits the example given by Joseph Smith the prophet, by virtue of his prophetic mantle, that the unicorn was in form “a wild ox.”
From this description, it must have had the horn, but been a creature which roamed away from humankind, thus being called wild. If men did indeed try to spill the creature’s blood for personal use, I can see why they would avoid humans.
Men can observe the same things, give them different names, and / or attach different meanings to it. Thus through the ages, legends have changed.