|White Dragon of England - England's True Symbol!|
The White Dragon of England is the original native symbolism of the ethnic English, long before the St. George cross was adopted. It is a symbol of our ancient roots and a strong statement of our unique English culture, identity, heritage and of our Anglo-Saxon (English) ancestors. The White Dragon is associated with the Anglo-Saxon English in Welsh myths, and is the opponent and counterpart to the Welsh red dragon. When the Anglo-Saxons first settled on these shores and established England in 449 CE, the banner of the Anglo-Saxon brothers that led the settlement, Hengist and Horsa, was the White Dragon.
“In a world with few certainties, the White Dragon Flag of the English people underlines our kinship with the past. It tells us from where we came and who we are. It imparts a sense of permanence and continuity. It is defining. Unlike St George's Cross, The White Dragon has no dubious religious connections or background unrelated to fact... The present situation with the White Dragon Flag of the Angles, Saxons and Jutes is that there are signs of revival... It is seen at many locations throughout England... It is hoped that the White Dragon Flag will either replace the quasi religious Papal/Norman invention known as the St. Georges Cross or peacefully co-exist with it.” - History of the Flag, The English Flag Society
Angelcynn Módignes! (English Pride!)
"Whet the bright steel, Sons of the White Dragon, kindle the torch, Daughter of Hengist!" - Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832), The Saxon War Song.
"We wave the flag of old England on high; over past glorious battles the white dragon did fly" - Ballads of the White Dragon.
Use this hashtag: #WhiteDragonOfEngland
The White Dragon Flag of England, March 22, 2006
Sons of the White Dragon, February 21, 2017
The White Dragon of Hengist, Descendant of Woden, November 24, 2016
Awakening of the White Dragon, October 7, 2016
The White Dragon as a Sacred Symbol, November 2, 2016
The White Dragon, September 11, 2014
Chedburgh/Bury St. Edmunds: Man flies flag for Saint Edmund campaign, East Anglian Daily Times, July 18, 2013
Liston: Move to mark village’s links to bloody uprising, East Anglian Daily Times, June 20, 2014