I'll admit I had a few giggles too...
But, my first thought was of Native American meanings behind when animals appear to you, so I looked up some of the meanings for you:
"Pigeon comes to teach us how to find our way home again; he is the foundation of the family, the nurturer, protector and teacher that provides for
the young in every way that is necessary. He helps us to return to our roots, using them to keep clarity and focus. He guides us in learning how to
harness the energies of our home and family in order to get through the tough times and find our way again. With pigeon in charge, we won’t be lost
and vulnerable for very long. He shows the value of family strength, stability and how to utilize it properly. From Pigeon we also learn to set and
work towards our goals in life; to focus and persevere through anything.
If you have Pigeon as your totem, you may have experienced a difficult childhood, constantly being challenged to find security and a clearer
understanding of difficult situations and events that you’ve experienced. Pigeon helps you to find more stability within the home life that gives
you what you may have missed in the past.
Pigeon’s medicine is the ability to become and stay attuned with nature; to stay focused on where we want to be instead of how we are going to get
there. He hones our sensitivities and vision in order to help us to achieve our goals in life.
Pigeon’s natural homing abilities remind us that we need to stay in contact with family and friends no matter how far away we are from them; that
this foundation can carry us through even the toughest of times in our lives. That home is our safe place and that we all come from a clan and
heritage is important to who we are and who we eventually become; we are never really alone.
Pigeon people are often protective and nurturing of family and friends and will watch your back because like the birds, they tend to prefer a 360
degree view of situations, at all times. They have an instinctive tendency to look to their ancestry or heritage in order to really learn more about
themselves, which is why many become genealogists.
If you have Pigeon as your totem, you are never really alone nor are those whom you love and care for, every day."
And a site with info about other animals/birds etc. www.spiritfeather.com...
One I really like are the Medicine Cards www.medicinecards.com...
Did you perhaps need this message delivered in a somewhat forceful and repetitive way?
edit on 12-11-2012 by curiouscanadian777 because: add