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Who doesn't love these creatures?
the dictionary reference to Unicorn says [...]
Who doesn't love these creatures? the dictionary reference to Unicorn says its a
""mythical animal generally depicted with the body and head of a horse, the hind legs of a stag, the tail of a lion, and a single horn in the middle of the forehead". Yes, we have all believed that the unicorn is indeed a mythical creature, only of fairy tales and galiant adventures of fairies, elves, and magic. Every little girls favorite fantasy creature right? Would anyone be surprised to know that Unicorns are referred to in the Bible. The KJV 1611 Version Isaiah 34:6-7 says the following:- 6. The sword of the Lord is filled with blood, it is made fat with fatnesse and with the blood of lambs and goats, with the fat of the kidneys of rams for the Lord hath a sacrifice in Bozrah and a great slaughter in the land Idumea. 7. And the Unicorns shall come down with them and the bullocks with the bulls and their land shall be soaked with blood and their dust made fat with fatness"" Who would have thought, if you adhere to what the scriptures say, that Unicorns were never mythical, mystical creatures after all. WTF. Craig Peter DG's photo.