The Owl …. “and its many meanings” …. !!


~~April 9, 2014~~

Intuition, ability to see what other do not see
The presence of the owl announces change
Capacity to see beyond deceit and masks

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The traditional meaning of the owl spirit animal is the announcer of death, most likely symbolic like a life transition, change.

The owl sees in the dark: As a spirit animal, the owl guides you to see beyond the veil of deception and illusion; it helps see what’s kept hidden. It also symbolizes the ability to cut through illusions and see the real meaning of someone’s action or state of mind.

When the owl is one of your power animals, you have a strong intuition and can access information and wisdom that’s usually hidden to most. The spirit of this animal encourages you to look beyond deceiving appearances into the true reality of a situation or a person’s motives.

The owl is a strong spirit guide for discernment and making decision based solid foundations. Call on the owl totem when you have to assess a situation or are going through confusing times.

If you have an owl as a totem or spirit animal, you probably like to explore the unknown. The mysteries of life are a fascinating field of interest. As the owl guides your steps, you are likely to develop an appreciation for life’s magic.

When the owl shows up in your life, listen and look out for the subtle signs that are around you. Your animal spirit guide is a great helper to be attentive to what usually goes below your radar, but is now of particular importance.

The owl is also a guide to uncover your hidden potential and abilities. Check whether you need to reveal more of your intuitive nature.

Owl spirit animals are symbolic of death in many traditions. In most cases however, it should not be taken literally: If the owl is associated with death, it can be viewed a symbolic death, meaning a transition in life, important changes that are taking place or about to happen.

When the owl shows up in your life, pay attention to the winds of change. Perhaps you are about to leave some old habits, a situation that no longer serve you or bring something new in your life.

When you dream about an owl, your spirit animal may be contacting you to warn you about a danger or threat hat you need to pay attention to. It can bring a wise insight about important matters that you should not ignore.

When an owl appears in a dream, it could also mean that the intuitive part of you is calling for attention: Pay attention and listen to the subtle signs in your life, to what is important, but not necessarily obviously so.

The owl could also be a animal spirit guide offering you insight about a moment of transition. Since this totem animal is often associated with death, when an owl shows up in a dream, it could mean that you are receiving guidance regarding personal transformation, change.

In many dream interpretations, the owl can represent a deceased friend or family member who comes back in the dream in the shape of a spirit animal.

AllO

“Magic Owl”
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~~SOURCES~~

http://secretswithinthefog.wordpress.com/the-protector/

http://www.thewhitegoddess.co.uk/articles/mythology_folklore/owls.asp

http://www.whats-your-sign.com/animal-symbolism-owl.html

http://seekyt.com/japanese-lucky-owl-symbolism-and-meanings/

http://tatoobild.com/owl/owl-spirit-animal-owl-totem-meaning.html

MeetO

~~OWLS IN NATURE~~
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An owl is a solitary, mainly nocturnal bird of prey. Owls belong to the order Strigiformes, in which there are 222 known species.

Owls are classified in two families: the typical owls, Strigidae, and the barn owls, Tytonidae.

Diet/Feeding 
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Owls mostly hunt small mammals, insects, and other birds, though a few species specialize in hunting fish.

Distribution/Range 
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They are found on all regions of the Earth except Antarctica, most of Greenland, and some remote islands. Though owls are typically solitary, the literary collective noun for a group of owls is a parliament.

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External appearance 
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Owls have large forward-facing eyes and ears, a hawk-like beak, and usually a conspicuous circle of feathers around each eye called a facial disc. Although owls have binocular vision, their large eyes are fixed in their sockets, as with other birds, and they must turn their entire head to change views.

Owls are far-sighted, and are unable to clearly see anything within a few inches of their eyes. Their far vision, particularly in low light, is incredibly good, and they can turn their head 180 degrees around. 

Many owls can also hunt by sound in total darkness. Different species of owls make different sounds. The facial disc helps to funnel the sound of prey to their ears. In some species, these are placed asymmetrically, for better directional location.

Owls are more closely related to the nightjars (Caprimulgiformes) than to the diurnal predators in the order Falconiformes. Some taxonomists place the nightjars in the same order as owls, as in the Sibley-Ahlquist taxonomy . 

Behavior 
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Owls’ powerful clawed feet and sharp beak enable them to tear their prey to pieces before eating, although most items are swallowed whole. Their muffled wings and dull feathers allow them to fly practically silent and unseen. Some fish-eating owls, which have no need of silence, lack this adaptation.

Scientists studying the diets of owls are helped by their habit of disgorging the indigestible parts of their prey (bones, scales, fur, etc.) in the form of pellets. These “owl pellets” are often sold by companies to schools to be dissected by students as a lesson in biology and ecology, because they are plentiful and easy to interpret. 

Owl eggs are white and almost spherical, and range in number from a few to a dozen dependent on species. Their nests are crudely built and may be in trees, underground burrows or barns and caves.

Most owls are nocturnal, but several, including the pygmy owls (Glaucidium), are crepuscular – hunting mainly at dawn and dusk. A few owls, such as the Burrowing Owl (Speotyto cunicularia) and the Short-eared Owl (Asio flammeus), are also active during the day. 

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~~Best Slow Motion Owl Footage – Set To Music – Must See!~~

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~~Published on Feb 7, 2013~~

Best Slow Motion Owl Footage set to music.

The owl video footage was filmed 1000 fps (Frames Per Second). Music was created by Torrey Desmond Rogers who creates music for film, media & video games.

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Owl in flight slow motion flying footage bird of prey extended version

We ALL are connected through NATURE!! 

We ALL are ONE!! 

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40 thoughts on “The Owl …. “and its many meanings” …. !!

  1. Reblogged this on Quarksire and commented:
    Intuition, ability to see what other do not see
    The presence of the owl announces change
    Capacity to see beyond deceit and masks
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  13. I find my spirit in tune with owls a connection I work at night ,to me they are the watchers of the world.and deserve the title wise.I have a large collection of owls in different forms,amazing site regards john bidgood

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