“The Seraphim…have six wings, two to cover their eyes, two to cover their feet, two to fly with.
Interesting thing is, the word “seraphim” means literally “fiery serpent”. Sounds to me like dragons.
So the seraphim are not some “angelic” human beings..they are huge, fiery, six-winged dragons.”
Source: Thanks to micahredding.com/blog
Just been on a storytelling course, so lots of ideas for giving Thumbs that little extra bit of edge and magic.
And, as far as I can tell, dragons are still reasonably popular, so that’s good.
Curse of the Demon Columbia Pictures 1957
Alien: Ridley Scott / 20th Century-Fox
Banners flap and billow like lines of giant’s laundry in the dry summer breeze. Sunlight flashes off helmets and breastplates. Trumpets blare, muscular horses strut and stamp on the cobblestones, sending up sparks in the dry heat.
The people gawp at the soldiers, chests out, banging swords on shields. There are monsters, exotically costumed devils dancing around the squares. Fire breathers, jugglers, flag throwers, tumblers all vie to out-do each other, throwing their batons higher, belching out flames, spinning dizzy somersaults. Colour is splashed across every street, bunting hanging from balconies and high windows.
The word “dragon” comes from the ancient Greek word “draconta,” meaning “to watch”…