Are UFOs Chinese Dragons?

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Above is a UFO video taken in Japan.  It looks like perhaps a balloon is slowly falling.  Yet it descends in a strange undulating serpentine manner.  Instead of a UFO, could this be a video of a Chinese/Japanese dragon?  In folklore the Chinese dragon flew thru the skies and was considered to rule over the weather.  Perhaps unexplained lights in the sky are not extraterrestrial craft, but dragons!  Watching this video, imagine it as a celestial Japanese dragon.  I can understand why people living hundreds of years ago may have believed that strange lights in the sky were indeed dragons.

As for real life dragons, they once filled the earth as flying dinosaurs. Some believe these flying monsters still existed until just recently and were responsible for the American Indian legend concerning thunderbirds. Chinese dragons, thunderbird or UFOs, people saw strange flying shapes in the sky. How we interpret flying anomalies depends on the current culture.

2 Responses to “Are UFOs Chinese Dragons?”

  1. Kyle Says:

    If you tilt your head to the right the still shot looks more like a flying turtle. Too the top of the picture is the head sticking out and the bottom is the hump.

    Whatever it was it looks like it’s making an emergency landing.
    I hope the occupants are not seriously hurt and can get to safety.

    I bet the anti-gravity whatchamacallit threw a fit and failed .

  2. Mike Rowley Says:

    I have filmed many flying dragon aparations and one real dragon. North Port devils channel

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