The word “dragon” comes from the ancient Greek term derkien, which means “the one who sees.” Dragons can bring good luck, dispel demons, and even grant immortality. They symbolise power, wisdom, and kindness, and bring success in business. They promote career growth and financial success, and protect from unscrupulous partners, competitors, and from wicked people in general. The dragon will also assist you in the fulfilment of career aspirations: to do this, you need to put a figure or a picture of a dragon in your office. As the most ancient of the creatures that inhabit this world, dragons are the possessors and guardians of sacred knowledge. The dragon is a teacher, a master of the land, a keeper of treasures. The gold he guards is the gold of wisdom, power and knowledge.
The dragon also represents supernatural wisdom, hidden knowledge, eternity, the divine power of change and transformation, the rhythms of nature, and the law of being. The dragon, a symbol of divine knowledge, was associated with the heavenly gods and their earthly representatives — emperors and kings. In many cultures, including those of Northern Europe, the dragon represents the greatness, legitimacy and sacredness of royal power.