If you frequently dream of black Crows, do you know what these creatures actually represent and how to interpret their appearance? These creatures regularly leave us with a sour impression and put us on edge. But, is our interpretation of correct, or does this bird represent something deeper?
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What is a spirit animal?
A spirit animal is linked to magic and acts as a guide between two worlds. Indeed, these creatures reflect our personalities and their mission using their symbolism is to deliver us an important message. If you regularly see Crows, it could be because this is your spirit animal.
According to certain Amerindian traditions, each individual is linked to one or more spirit animals throughout their life. They guide us along our paths when we need it most. Once we identify our totem animal, they also stay with us and can be requested when we require help. The other animals often appear and disappear from our consciousness at different stages of our lives, sometimes when it is often tumultuous.
What is the symbolism of the Crow?
The Crow corresponds to the beginning of autumn and therefore to Libra, to whom it brings new light.
1. They are magical beings
Shamanic tradition states that these birds represent magical people. These animals are very typically associated with mystery and creation, which is why they are linked to witchcraft. If you dream of these creatures, your spirit animal is attempting to reveal something to you, for example a message or a hidden truth from a higher power.
2. Change is around the corner
Symbol of destiny and of personal transformation, this bird is a symbol of metamorphosis. It may sound a little grotesque, but this bird turns the putrefying flesh into a dish of choice.
3. Death isn't far away...
As one of the top scavengers, these birds are symbols of death as well as of survival. They are under no circumstances afraid of death.
4. Determination and boldness
If you repeatedly see these creatures, it could be that you share the same qualities. These are brave animals and are very adaptable creatures. Their adaptability can at times lead them to be ruthless and even eat eggs that they stumble across in nests. Their need to survive can encourage them to become manipulative and sneaky.
What does the Crow represent?
Here is the million-dollar question! Knowing exactly what this bird represents is tough, but thanks to certain characteristics, we are able to establish a solid base. The Crow’s appetite and scavenging nature represents death, as well as their high intelligence and wisdom. Did you know for example that the Nordic God Odin was advised by two Crows, which represented thought and memory?
In certain cultures, this animal is portrayed as a messenger. In ancient tradition, this creature acted as a messenger between the people and the Gods. In many myths, ravens have the reputation of being guardians of wisdom. However, they are also said to be horrible at keeping secrets. The totem animal of the raven derives this symbolism from knowledge of the Welsh hero Bran, the blessed, whose name means raven. Bran was the holder of ancestral memories, and his wisdom was legendary.
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