The Draconity FAQ

Version 1.2b, December 1999*, by Baxil (version history)

A text-only version is available.

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"I am a dragon."

  Do these four words describe you or someone you know? If so, chances are good that you're curious about what that statement really means.

  Many people wonder about the psychological basis for draconity. Perhaps you're concerned about the spiritual implications of calling oneself a dragon. Or what sort of community resources are available.

  In this document, I would like to try to address all these concerns in a straightforward and informative way. Whether you're coming to terms with your own draconity, or concerned about a friend or relative who is, I hope you find this useful.

  If you have a question (specific or general) that is not answered in this FAQ, please refer to the "Contact/Copyright Information" section at the bottom of the document. All sincere inquiries are welcome.


Questions Covered In This FAQ



General Questions


The Psychology Of Draconity


Draconity And Religion


The Social Side Of Draconity


Miscellaneous Questions


Contact/Copyright Information

  To contact me, e-mail (This is a permanent mailing address, and should always either reach me directly or be forwarded to my current location.) Due to limited Internet time and volume of mail received, I cannot promise a timely reply, but I do read my mail regularly.

  If you have a question not covered in this FAQ, put "Draconity FAQ question" (or something similar) in the subject line of your message, and I will attempt to give you an answer within 1-2 days. Particularly relevant questions may be added to future versions of the Draconity FAQ unless you specify that the question is private.

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Like most of the Internet, only a tiny fraction of the e-mail I receive is a legitimate attempt to contact me. To make your letter stand out, please add the phrase [TWEB] to the subject line of your e-mail. (Include the braces.) This will give it a pass through my spam filters. Otherwise, I may not notice your e-mail.


This document is © me (Tad "Baxil" Ramspott), 1998.

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The Draconity FAQ by Baxil is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Please e-mail me if you share it with others -- I'd love to see how my thoughts spread (and let readers know what other languages it's available in)!


Footnotes and References

Dr. John Simmons, Beliefs and Believers, Governors State University
On a widespread level. There will always be dragons, of course, who bring their racial identity into a personal spiritual framework. When I was younger I did so under the name Thidereanism. I still hold to its principles, but don't find its structure important any more.


  The URL of the official Draconity FAQ is (or, and the text-only version is at If you are reading this elsewhere, what you're reading may be outdated; check the listed URLs for the latest version.

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