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"Satanist groups therefore sometimes refer to themselves as draconian, that is, as following or worshipping the dragon. (5)"
5. Cf. Draconis Blackthorne, Dracomeroth: The Draconian Bible, www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/2669/D
Books.html; www.geocities.com/Paris/Bistro/1368/drac onianchurch.html
Here is My definition: The term "Draconian" is defined in two parts: 1. Fierce; Strong; Wise./2. Of "The Dragon"; Of The Devil; Of Satan; Satanic.
Obviously, I personally have used the term "Draconian" to refer to a mode of thinking and acting when necessary, and is resonant with 'Lex Talionis'. although I Am not speaking for all Satanists. However, I do think the iconographic connection with The Dragon is appropriate.