18 things about black Crows that you might not of known!

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Crows are very vocal birds. They are sly and often deceptive in their actions. Crows have been known to build false nests high in treetops to confuse predators. The height of their nests give them the opportunity to watch everything that is going on around them. Many cultures think of crow as the keeper of knowledge for nothing escapes their keen sight.

Each caw has its own meaning.The striking black color of crow represents the color of creation.Crow is associated with magic, unseen forces and spiritual strength. If crow flies into your life, get out of your familiar nest, look beyond your present range of vision, listen to its caw and act accordingly. Take heed.

CROW SYMBOLS

ONE CROW
Regrets
Suffering
Thoughts and Remembrances

TWO CROWS
Happiness

THREE CROWS
Pure love or marriage
Devotion and happy love

FOUR CROWS
A baby

FIVE CROWS
Money

SIX CROWS
Trouble
Turmoil
DIFFICULTIES

SEVEN CROWS
A Journey

EIGHT CROWS
Grief
Evil

NINE CROWS
Sorrow

TEN CROWS

Payment Due

ELEVEN CROWS
Love

TWELVE CROWS
New Beginnings

  • If you hear cawing in the distance, that means that death is very near.
  • If a crow is in your house, that means that you’re going to get bad news.
  • Finding a dead crow on the road means good luck (how grotesque!)
  • Crows in a churchyard is a sign of bad luck.
  • Medieval superstition claimed that witches used crow’s feet to cast death spells.
  • The Greeks said “Go to the Crows” the same way we would say “Go to Hell.

Books that you might find interesting.

Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans

In the Company of Crows and Ravens

Crows: Encounters with the Wise Guys of the Avian World

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