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Birds as Omens and Messages

Updated on January 23, 2018
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Lauren is a beginner psychic, has the gift of insight, has paranormal experiences, the gift of telepathy, and a very emotional empath

Lets start off with the basics!

Birds are just birds. Birds can either make your day or they can make you feel very queasy. It is a different story when you start noticing these birds on a day to day basis. Just ask yourselves, "How does this bird make me feel" "What can this mean" and "How can I understand and accept this message"

Crows

  • Seeing a single crow can mean bad luck. (its okay and that doesn't mean anything bad! You just need to ask yourself how you can make this better.)
  • Seeing two crows can mean good luck.
  • Three crows can mean good health.
  • Four crows can mean wealth.
  • Five crows can mean sickness is coming.
  • Six crows mean death is coming.
  • Crow is an omen of change or a transformation.
  • Crows can also remind us about creation and the magic that is around us.


“People once believed that when someone dies, a crow carries their soul to the land of the dead. But sometimes, something so bad happens that a terrible sadness is carried with it and the soul can't rest. Then sometimes, just sometimes, the crow can bring that soul back to put the wrong things right.”

— James O' Barr

My Experiences with Crows

My experiences with crows have always been both positive and negative. When I was a little bit younger, I noticed there was always a crow that would sit on a branch of a tree close to my bus stop. I looked this up, in a frightened but yet in an intrigued way, and found that this can mean either that this crow wants to be my guardian or means bad luck. Later in the year, I started to see this crow not only where I lived but where my school was and when my family and I went on trips. This is just me telling you guys that we as humans will never get enough answers and the answers also remains within us.

Different Types of Birds

Birds
Meanings
What you can do
Ravens
Ravens are either birds of ill omen or can represent a death of some sort.
Your beliefs or religious customs can affect the way you view the Raven. I suggest that you look more into this and you try your best to understand this message.
Hawks
Hawks are often referred to be a messenger from the Divine. A Hawks can hint that maybe you need to focus on what is ahead of you and maybe to prepare for a leadership role.
Ask yourself, "How can I make a right decision and prepare for what can possibly be"
Falcons
A Falcon's message is to start planning and thinking ahead. You will eventually be called upon a certain act. They may also bear the message of attentiveness.
I suggest you do just that!
Eagles
When an Eagle is present, you are a notice to be courageous and to stretch your limits. Believe that you can achieve anything and that you are capable.
This is a very motivating message and I suggest that you listen!
Owls
An Owl sighting can either be a blessing or a bad omen. If something good happens, then that can mean good fortune. If something bad happens, then that means, of course, something bad is near.
I suggest a positive mind-set and don't expect anything bad to happen! Go with a positive flow!
Cardinals
The cardinal can be associated with many myths and traditions surrounding renewal, good health, happy relationships, and protection.
What or who were you thinking of at that moment? Did you ask for guidance from Spirit or ask for help finding the answer to an important question? Allow your cardinal sightings to bring you a feeling of peace, knowing you are being heard. Let their visits remind you that you are always guided and protected by Spirit.
Doves
Dove meaning could also be letting you know that you need to simply stop and take a few deep breaths.Dove meaning in this message is that you must surrender and allow the wind support your wings.
You have all the answers within yourself, remember?
Blue Jays
If you see a Blue Jay, then that can regard to clarity and strength.
Just hang in there! Your questions will be answered!
Mocking Birds
Seeing a Mockingbird might mean that you are going to overcome an obstacle. Mockingbird’s gifts include finding your sacred song, recognizing your innate abilities, using knowledge gained on the outside to heal the inside, learning through experience, curiosity, attitude, territoriality, overcoming fear, intelligence, power of song, confidence, master imitator.
Mmm, what obstacle is in your path?
Cardinal Bird
Cardinal Bird
Crow
Crow
Dove
Dove

Long Story Short...

Never give up! You are the captain of your ship! You are the only one in charge of steering, no one else. The Spirit World has a funny way of sending us messages. Its up to you to accept and understand these secret messages.

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    • andradelauren09 profile imageAUTHOR

      Lauren 

      8 months ago from Salem, Massachusetts

      Jeffrey Bunyan-

      Thank you for your comment!

      I am sorry for your losses. Birds are really great animals! If you believe that there is something in your house, especially a spirit, then I advise that you follow your instinct and do what's best. Spirits or ghosts don't mess with you unless you allow them to. They may also try to emit a message or warning to you. So be careful and guard your heart!

      -Lauren

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      Jeffrey Bunyan 

      8 months ago

      Just read several writings, especially the one on birds. I am very attracted to them and have two but they died> It is my hearts felt believe that something in this house killed them. I say this because it was brought to my attention that two persons have been killed in this dwelling some time ago and I believe that their spirit remains.

    • andradelauren09 profile imageAUTHOR

      Lauren 

      8 months ago from Salem, Massachusetts

      Mr. Happy-

      Thank you for this very positive comment! I too find crows to be very interesting and mystical! Tell me how that book is! I would love to know...

      Have a great rest of the day! You deserve it!

      -Lauren

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      Mr. Happy 

      8 months ago from Toronto, Canada

      I saw the Crow in the picture of your hub so, I had to visit. I Love Crows, Ravens, Rooks ... anyone from the Corvidae family basically. I get extra happy when they're around and am extremely grateful for them.

      My Walking Stick has two Raven feathers among the others. Took me quite a long time to find them. I was going to just pluck a few of a living bird but thought I'd leave it alone after. Just kidding lol

      Talking about birds, I just started reading a book titled: "What the Robin knows" by Jon Young. It's pretty interesting stuff about bird behaviour. It was a Christmas present. I recommended if You're interested in Birds.

      Alrighty, thanks for the fun hub. Cheers!

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