Behind the Mystery of the Mythical Raven TPD3382
Who has never been enthralled by the cunning raven in silence? Ravens capture our imagination, as such every culture that has meet them has either revered or reviled them. Its black plumage, shaggy throat feathers, croaking call and striking features has long been considered a bird of mystery. Old World Pagans believed that a raven symbolizes healing and protection. It brings in deep healing and signifies the death of one thing to bring in the birth of another. It is a source of power more often depicted as a messenger between the living and the dead. Its symbolic significance holds profound respect not just from the Pagan beliefs, but to all of us also. Watching a raven is comparable to watching people from a distance. You barely know what will happen. Ravens think, figure things out, and they are far more fascinating than almost any other species. It is this similarity to humans that makes them mysterious. They can also, like humans, be extremely relentless.