Story of the day – The Crow

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Story of the day:

I was taking the dog out.. nearly left my camera behind… but grabbed it last minute.

As soon as I step outside, a flock of crows flew past and two of them landed in the tree top just in front of me. You know me… so I began snapping pics and when they flew away I walked the dog around the yard.

I headed over to the tree from yesterday’s ghostly adventure but the sun was already down and I snapped photos anyway but nothing… as I turn to walk away from the tree I noticed a black feather… woohoooo lookie.. this is for me! As I walked around I found loads just in front of that tree.. no where else …. just there in front of that crazy tree!

I just counted the feathers … 11 of them!

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Many Blessings, 
Raventalker

See below for information about the crow and the number 11.

The Crow:

Crows are the keepers of the Sacred Law and to have a Crow totem is very powerful.

Personal Integrity are your watchwords and your guide in Life. If you have a Crow totem, your prime path  is to be mindful of your opinions and actions. You must be willing to walk your talk, to speak your truth and to know your life’s mission.

Crow is a omen of Change.   Crow lives in the void and has no sense of time, therefore, it sees past, present and future simultaneously. Crow merges both light and dark, both inner and outer. It is the totem of the Great Spirit and must be respected as such.

They are symbols of creation and spiritual strength. Look for opportunities to create and manifest the magic of life. Crows are messengers calling to us  about the creation and magic that is alive in the world today and available to us.

Number 11:

Number 11 symbolizes the principles of spiritual awakening and enlightenment, high energy, idealism, inspiration and intuition, illumination, visionary, enthusiasm, creative/creativity, self-expression and sensitivity, and mysticism.  Number 11 tells us that to connect with our higher-selves is to know and live our soul mission and life purpose.

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