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    "They slept until the black raven, the blithe hearted proclaimed the joy of heaven" - Beowulf Ravens are the most intelligent of all avian species. The Raven symbolizes the void - the mystery of that which is not yet formed. In Native American tradition, Raven is the guardian of both ceremonial magic and healing circles. This pair...

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