These crows were minding their own business and I just observed them. I love the corvids family which includes ravens, crows, jackdaws, jays, magpies and rooks.
Corvids are the brains of the birds world and are intelligent. Some like the New Caledonian crows use tools to resolve problems.
In terms of symbolism, the crow is an ambivalent symbol, for some it means bad luck and death, for others, it is a symbol of Magick and mysteries.
The crow medicine is about intuition, creativity, cooperation, integrity, balance between the physical and spiritual world, personal transformation, will power, adaptability, mischief, alchemy, magic, shamanism, the craft and shape shifting.
Crows are the sacred birds of the Celtic Goddess the Morrigan, who could shapeshift into different animals, notably a crow on a battlefield.
Nephthys, the Egyptian Goddess of death had the crow and the falcon as her symbol.
Odin, the Norse God of life, death, knowledge and healing is often represented with wolves, bears and ravens (not crows..ravens are bigger)
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