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Native American Raven legend

A similar story is told by the Southern Utes, and my father told it to me several times after having worked medicine with them. I know it by heart. ❤️<<<Ravens and Crows always were some of my favorite creatures of the Earth.

Ravens are often confused with crows.  Ravens live here, and are a part of the magic of the connections with nature at this place.

Ravens are often confused with crows. Ravens live here, and are a part of the magic of the connections with nature at this place.- Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Love this bird! - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

The Messenger? ~ Unknown (silverwitch)

In North America, the American Crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos) is a common sight. The Crows is an all-black bird, even on the legs and bill an.

Crow - symbolizes balance, release from past beliefs, skill and cunning

°Crow Feather - symbolizes balance, release from past beliefs, skill & cunning

Spirit guides ....leave a comment of which guide you see for yourself. All in fun! I think mine might be the Horse. Stop by my Shop www.etsy.com/shop/teolddesign

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Feather Folklore... Raven - Symbolizes Creation and Knowledge, Bringer of Light...

°Raven Feather - symbolises creation knowledge, bringer of light

Appearing throughout the myths and legends of many cultures throughout history as well as many more modern stories, the Raven is often held to be sacred. Within Native American lore, the Raven is considered to be a great mystery, a source and guardian of ceremonial magic and healing circles. In Japan and India, Amatrasu and Brahma are said to take the form of the Raven, while in traditional Hebrew culture the Raven is said to represent destruction, and deceit while also being protector…

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