The Spiritual Messages And Symbolism Of BirdsIf spotting an eagle with its wings proudly spread is a sign of success, crossing the eyes of a crow is a bad omen. This is what ornithomancy teaches us! Whether they fly peacefully, in this or that direction, or even close to you, birds reveal your future. Listening to their humming songs and learning to identify their species also helps you decipher the messages they want to communicate with. Want to know what your life has in store for you? The answer in the sky... and in this article!
According to an Amerindian legend, birds are messengers for earthlings who wish to be. Thanks to their distant vision, this animal, which symbolizes freedom can see everything and therefore knows everything. Carefully observe the signs and the type of bird that pass by, because they hold precious information about your future. Why not also take a look at the symbolism of ginger cats?
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What does each bird mean and represent? What is their omen?
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An omen of triumph
Eagles are associated with all areas of daily life (love, career, family ...) and announce the success of your desires. Symbol of power and glory, it is also the bird of prophetic gift par excellence.
Something to look forward to
The Lark is generally a beneficial bird that will bring good news to anyone who crosses its path.
A double meaning
On the one hand, the cry of the Owl close to a complaint of agony delivers a fatal message. But it is also the bird that sees at night, that is why it also symbolizes wisdom and the Roman goddess Minerva.
There is love in the air
Seeing birds pecking at each other predicts an upcoming wedding, and if they are turtledoves or doves, the wedding will be a happy one. These birds come to prove the sincerity of feelings and the serenity you must feel.
Quite the opposite!
Meeting a seagull on your wedding day would be a bad omen and would bring bad luck to the couple. Beware, therefore, not to cross a seagull if you are set to say ‘I do’ in the next couple of days.
Bird of misfortune, really?
The raven is a prophetic bird, but it announces very unpleasant news. Its cry is a very bad omen. A raven coming down on the roof of a house or landing on a windowsill is a sign of impending death.
⚠ It is common to see a Raven on a windowsill. Although, don't think the worst, because when the Raven sees its reflection in the glass, it is simply trying to defend itself from a possible rival!
Encountering a Raven also tells us to take a step back from the daily grind, to look at it from a higher perspective.
Stay on your guard
This bird differs from the crow by its small size and flat skull. If you come across one, be prepared to fight for your property or something important to you. Also beware of certain people who may be dishonest.
On the other hand, if you see two crows flying together, you will soon receive a sum of money.
Gone are the financial worries
The cuckoo's song has a reputation for favoring winnings. If you have a coin in your pocket on the day you hear the cuckoo song, be sure to have money in your pocket all year round.
Usually, the cuckoo omen helps, comforts and is even perhaps the messenger of reconciliation with someone close to you.
There is joy!
If the cuckoo's song promises money, the nightingale's song is a promise of joy, quite simply.
Your goal is not far away
If a heron crosses your gaze, the goal that secretly occupies your mind may well be achieved.
Seeing it on one leg should encourage you to go further. You will advance with courage and daring but be discreet so as not to attract the jealousy of others.
The bird of good news
Apart from announcing the arrival of spring, it informs you about a loved one. Crossing a swallow is also a very happy omen.
Don't be fooled
This bird is one of the most common if you live in a big city, the message it spreads is very controversial. Before, it was known a messenger bird and crossing one was a good sign and announced a joyful visit.
But this positive reputation has been altered, as it is common to meet crippled dead pigeons in the streets, which reverses the meaning of the omen. Finding a pigeon feather at home is a dire message.