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Ravens are known as the "keeper of secrets", and are the teachers of mysticism. Their black color and diet of dead animals associates them with the vast void of darkness, which is representative of the unconscious. Raven flies to us with heightened awareness and understanding of our consciousness. It is with this new perception we begin seeing into the hearts of others and experience their feelings.

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It is said that ravens were once white, to see a white raven now, is to see beyond the veil, into the past...in a time before Thought and Memory could whisper of all things, both in the world and in our very minds...

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Crows' excellent memory helps them tell human friend from foe

Ravens soar like Hawks and Eagles. They represent intelligence and are humorous tricksters reminding us not to take ourselves too seriously all of the time. They have excellent memories, like crows.