This was on my mind a few days ago and I was thinking about how much astrology is in mythology and religion. I was just casually thinking about the Griffin (actually it's a dragon) in Welsh mythology and having never looked into it before. I went to Wikipedia for a quick answer Ophichius /Opinicus/ Griffin/Opincus. It seems common misunderstanding has confused the Griffin with a dragon. I am just one of many that confuse the two mythical creatures, lol.
The mythical unicorn/ Monoceros as shown in a previous blog post is a constellation too. Well at least we know that the wild Haggis of Scottish humorous mythology is not a constellation in the night sky and is actually food. So, you don't need to get your planisphere out to check for that. Seriously though, mythology is a great subject that reveals so much to us of human history, if we have the keys to understanding it. It also hides the truth of human origins when examined closely.
This is the Welsh Red Dragon, represents the constellation of Draco.