Dragon's Tail


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Dragon’s Tail

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Dragon’s tail is an alternate term for the south lunar node.

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See how many of them you can pick out with your naked eyes, and then use your binoculars to sweep down to Lambda ([lambda]) Draconis at the tip of the dragon's tail.
In Spenser's Fairie Queene later on in the second day of the dragon fight when Spenser's Dragon returns to attack Redcrosse, he succeeds in chopping the dragon's tail off:
The last person in line is the end of the dragon's tail, the one the dragon's head must catch.
Undeterred, Hopkins, the bookies' outsider, tried again to tweak the Welsh Dragon's tail when he branded him a "conman".
Last year, the youngster's bid to break into the lifeboat service was tracked by TV programme makers for BBC broadcast The Dragon's Tail.
Each shot or flick of the dragon's tail brings another climactic pyrotechnic display on a par with November 5.
And municipal politics, often a dragon's tail that can whip around and smack you at any moment.
In a quiet and intimate upstairs room ideally suited to the purpose - apart from a slightly obtrusive chandelier - Dragon's Tail Productions are presenting no fewer than eight monologues by three Birmingham women writers.
Still, by the 40th shot of a gargantuan wave curling like an angry dragon's tail, all but die-hard fans might well tire of the imagery.
In a simple Chinese game called "Chase the Dragon's Tail," players almost look like that wiggling and winding dragon.
There was also reference to a dragon's tail on the bicep area which is said to pay homage to the WRU's new digital mascot Scorch.
There was also reference to a dragon's tail on the biceps area, which is said to pay homage to the WRU's new digital mascot Scorch.