Jep. Where ever I go, there is always a pair of jackdaws near. When I still lived with my parents they 'lived' in the tree across my _ Never
paid any attention to them. Then I 'moved' to the other side of the house and I noticed the birds seemed to move with me. I decided to name them
Puc and Pin.
My partner first noticed when I moved out of the house to another city. Two jackdaws decided to make their home on our roof. This became a reoccuring
thing. I'm back in my hometown now (different house, not back at my folks) and two jackdaws again keep 'stalking' me. Oh and I dream about them
from time to time but not very often.
It bugs me that I can't figure it out. Thanks again!
Moving effortlessly in the water, Walrus can teach us to ‘ride the emotional’ waves inevitable in our lives, to pick our battles wisely when
in defensive mode, and that as long as we are close to the people we love, we will be protected from a cold and lonely heart.
Pray mantises seem to like being near me.I'm going to post a pic just now,of a Mantis that "followed my son home from school".It got onto him at
school,into the car,all the way home,and it may well still be in the house somewhere-it really did'nt want to get off him.
I kept getting a message to continually observe the Jackdaw.
I watched several videos.
After observing several Jackdaws, I came to a few thoughts.
These are incredibly intelligent black birds.
You are very intelligent.
To pair up with another, as you have done, together you and your mate make a great couple. Part of the message with two jackdaws is to let you know
you have chosen correctly. They follow you to keep you aware of spirit. The dreams also suggest a higher nature, which goes right along with spirit
animal guides and totems.
Smaller of the black birds, they often have to rely on their high intelligence to get the upper hand, and safety in numbers is the key when they need
to get something done. 1 jackdaw suddenly can become two jackdaws, then 4 jackdaws. They will concede to larger birds of prey, but not without a
You can accomplish great things with the help of those around you. The jackdaw continuously suggests you need to work on being a team player when the
They will defend the nest, which is build of many larger sticks and twigs, and will not feed their young on the ground, like most birds do, which to
me to suggest you are working on your nest,(but you already said that) and as you do, the jackdaws will do as well. They mimic your actions as you do
theirs, keep observing them as you move around.
One of the keys to understanding spirit totems and guides is in careful observation and then allowing the messages to soak into your subconscious
where it comes out as answers to what you are being told.
As you become more in tune with this the messages become more clear.
They are highly adaptable birds due to their high intelligence.
In the winter they tend to congregate together much more so than in the summer, and they all share in survival, which goes back to being a team
player. When things get cold, and the wind picks up in your life, you need to look to others around you for warmth, as this is the pattern of the
Their love of shiny objects is something they share with the raven, both species love bling.
It is a little known fact that fires can start from this love,
which suggests a love of thrill and danger.
Be careful with your bling as it can bring fires you do not mean to start.
Traits of the jackdaw as I see it:
Team player, in pairs anything can be accomplished.
Pride in what one creates
A love of children and raising them, although overly cautious.
Striving out, leaving the nest to build your own.
Caution with fire (shiny objects bring this to you)
Curiosity, but unlike the cat, it brings gain and wealth (also bling)
Vocal ability while in movement.
(Chewing gum and walking and the same time, not everyone can do that)
Great communication skills.
The poster above the post I am replying to said they were called a bird on a wire . This is what I have seen two birds on a wire ( black coloured
birds ) perched watching.
There is a movie called bird on a wire . Does it explain anything.
There is a song called bird on a wire.
Must be other people have seen these birds.
woops I stuffed that up , I tried to use the quote button but to no avail Darkblade I was replying to you trying to quote another poster , tried to
use the quote button as I have a hard time remembering names. I think my time on here is finished.
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I first encountered the praying mantis in New Jersey, they are attracted to tennis court paint! Freaky bugs!
If there ever was an alien species on this planet, they would be it!
I love them!
Mantis Kung Fu! Chu-Ka!
Power of calmness, stillness, silence, time of meditation, inner reflection, stillness in healing or in creativity, teaches how to manipulate
surroundings with skill, direct the body's energy to empower the body. Are you taking some quiet time for yourself? Are you being patient with those
around you? Are you moving toward your goals? However slow it may take, patience and perseverance is the key. Are you allowing the time to stop and
pause in between tasks? Are listening carefully to yourself, others and your surroundings - in other words are you paying attention? Praying Mantis
can teach you how to balance these energies.
I have 5 crows that hang out in my back yard a lot. They have been coming for about a year now, and I throw out food to them every once in awhile.
Here recently I have been visited by a green grasshopper. The first two times it looked like the same grasshopper, it was green and tiny. Then this
last time it was a big green grasshopper. It just crawled into my hand and I let it out into the grass. I have never been visited by grasshoppers. And
when I looked up the meaning, it interested me.
It said grasshoppers only move forward, not backwards or sideways... It got me thinking quite hard...
There is a slight difference between crows and ravens, but it is in the blackbird family, so pretty much the same thing with some difference in
When I get a chance after work I will look that up for you along with grasshopper!
I don't think grasshopper has been covered on the thread.
Because I am not in an area with ravens, I now get crows myself...lol
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