Celtic Raven Kilt Pin -- I pinned it for my friend who actually has a "pinning pins" board.  :)

Celtic Raven Kilt Pin -- I pinned it for my friend who actually has a "pinning pins" board. :) >>> make the hilt of her sword be a raven? is ravens.

What Does It Mean When You See a Raven or Crow? Symbolism, Differences - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

Raven and Crow Symbolism and Meaning

Ravens and crows are so alike, yet different. They have interesting symbolic value and are such curious creatures. Read more about ravens and crows and what it means when you see them frequently.


Crows and Ravens Although crows and ravens are part of the same family (Corvus), they’re not exactly the same bird. Typically, ravens are quite a bit bigger than crows and they tend to be a bit.

Like humans, a smart species of corvid, the New Caledonian crow, can infer behaviors of animals hiding nearby, according to a study published in PLOS.

Crows have human-like cognitive ability


Great role model of strength, intelligence and wisdom. She is Athena in Greece, and Minerva in Rome. Powerful guide and inspiration!

Crow Bird Stencil

Bird Silhouette Stencil Templates Crow, Milliande Free Printable Stencil Templates of Birds m Crows Flying, Sitting and Crow Stencils Template to Print

The raven is a keeper of secrets and can assist us in determining answers to our own "hidden" thoughts...areas in our lives that we are unwilling to face, or secrets we keep that harm us.  The raven can help us expose the truth behind these often distorted secrets and wing us back to health and harmony.

I love crows and ravens. Let me know if there's anything you can incorporate crows or ravens into.

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