The Unicorn – mythical, magical, real?

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The unicorn has always been considered a mythical and magical creature with special powers, especially in the middle ages. There is a famous set of seven tapestries in the Metropolitan Museum in New York titled The Hunt for the Unicorn. They are believed to have been made in Brussels between 1495-1505. Most of the seven are twelve feet by twelve feet in size. Each depicts a scene from the story of the hunt. These tapestries are considered to be among the finest medieval art treasures in existence today.

During our research on Atlantis one of the questioners asked whether animals such dragons, unicorns and Pegasus actually existed. In their reply Mr. LePar’s psychic source, The Council, gave detailed information about the unicorn.

Questioner: We just have a few questions to finish up on Atlantis. The first question was, You have confirmed before that such things as centaurs did exist before as creations of man. Did other animals that we think of today as just being mythical such as dragons, unicorns, and Pegasus, the winged horse, also exist?

The Council: Well, a winged horse is a bit far-fetched, wouldn't you say? Especially, since the evolvement of the horse can be very easily documented. Dragons, well, dragons really are in the eye of the beholder, if we may use a familiar term. Many animals that man had or still has in his existence could, in the eyes of some, appear to be what is commonly referred to as a dragon. The unicorn is the only animal that we would say did exist as man knows him, but a winged horse, more a figment of the imagination. Dragons, that can be an iffy situation. You have not had an animal that can breathe fire from its nostrils, but there have been some animals that are serpent in nature or appearance that do have a footed ability or that did have feet and had what could be referred to as fins or wings but were not truly able to fly per se. So out of your list the only thing that we would acknowledge as truly real would have been the unicorn.

Questioner: Thank you. On unicorns, how long has it been since there was one on earth?

The Council: In the area of, in your earthly understanding or your earthly time, in the area of approximately 17,000 years.

Questioner: Was the unicorn the result of experiments or playing around by mankind? Or did it evolve on its own?

The Council: The unicorn in its original manifestation came from the very early days of Lemuria. It originally was a creation of the Sons of Light or the Sons of the One God or the Law of One. It was considered a cherished pet and is basically a very early form of a horse; now this is at the time when the horses, or what you refer to as horses, were quite small, somewhere in the area of, shall we say, twenty to twenty-four inches in height, that is at the shoulders or front hoof area. The Sons of the Law of One found an unusual fondness for the ancestors of your present day horse. They were a gentle animal, very loving in nature and very peaceful. From appearances, looking upon the small creatures, they had a great deal of affection for man, had a great deal of closeness to man, and were somewhat protective of man. They were very communal in their own group or in their own families. They were a very gentle-natured animal, but they had very little means of protection from the more ravenous creatures of that time. So in an effort by the Children of the Law of One to offer the creature a means of protecting itself through their mental abilities utilizing the genetic structure of the animal itself, they made the necessary changes wherein some of these animals would be born with a horn in its forehead. Although they did not attempt to create this in all of these little creatures, they did attempt to influence the genetic structure of some of them. Those that were born then with the horn in the forehead became the guardians of the rest of the herd. The horn had a brilliance to it, much as gold has a brilliance to it, and it would catch the play of light; and as it moved its head then this light would reflect off of this horn, and it would scare other predators away. At times, it was actually used in protection but not all of these creatures carried the horn, only some.

Questioner: Did the ones who had horns, did they grow larger so they would be bigger than the rest of the herd and similar to what we think of a unicorn today?

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