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Originally posted by Stuey1221
Originally posted by toblerone65
The other thing about crows was said at the tower of london - when the crows leave so the tower will fall - but so far they have not - and of coruse it has not - if i remember correctly even today they even have one assigned beefeater - to feed and look after the crows just to make sure - as they say - U never know
Isnt it ravens?? ive only been there.. 8 times lol
I read a book about native american symbolism and language years ago. I remember the Raven was called Wigit and meant trickster and I think it was used as a totem symbol but I'm not sure what tribe that was and I've tried looking it up since but to no avail. Sounds good though so I've kept it as my user name on various sites since. I like these big black birds. Did you know they stay together as couples for years and years? I think it was movies like The Birds and The Omen that made us modern day folk feel suspicious of them.
Originally posted by univhealthcarecanta
I am wondering, with regard to the Native American symbolisms for crow, where one can find specifics on the Cherokee outlook toward crow and raven, please?
Shira D. (Universal healthCare Cantaora)
See the links posted earlier by Pisky. Here's the last verse of The Crow. I'd take comfort from it. They are symbols of creation and spiritual strength.
Originally posted by ebesekaIt is really scary just thinking of it, and I really don't know what to make of all these.... can someone help me out there please? Should I be scared or comforted? HELP!!