Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Information On The Raven

Victorian Cherub

Note:This quote comes from Marla Brooks host of Stirring The Cauldren on www.parax.com>.

The highly intelligent Raven has been dreaded as a bird of ill fortune; destruction and darkness. But in the spiritual world he brings protection. His association with destruction does not make him the bringer of it, but the messenger. By heeding his warnings one is able to possibly change the impact of a situation even though they may not be able to change the inevitable. Countless cultures point to the raven as a harbinger of powerful secrets. Moreover, the raven is a messenger too, so its business is in both keeping and communicating deep mysteries. "To have a raven's knowledge" is an Irish proverb meaning to have a seer's powers.

Victorian Cherub

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