Higher realms may be opening at this time which is a time to expand spiritually and go beyond comfort level. Watch for and keep aware of new opportunities. These chances may prove to be long lasting if you listen to Martin. Meadowlark -- Cheerful journey inward, sublimation, imagination, courageous, going inward for answers. Megapode -- Born of the heat of the volcanic furnace.
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Springing forth, Athena like, fully grown. Mound builders who incubate their eggs buried in the ground.
The association of the birds hatching from the volcanic soil has caused local natives of the South Pacific to see these birds more as evil spirits than totems. Mockingbird , -- Finding your sacred songs and learning your life's purpose, recognition of your innate abilities, overcoming fear, learning through experience. Exposing to mockery those people and , things that can hurt you and in doing so robbing them of the power to hurt you.
Moorhen Marsh Chicken -- Connection to water vegetation, Ability to move above ones environment, Diversity of color and race, Use of voice. Murre -- Dive deep for answers, cold weather activities, no fixed abode. Mynah -- Prolific talker and mimic, ability to learn a new language, traveling with large groups, an aristocratic pet. Nighthawk -- The Nighthawk is not actually a hawk. With its long wings, stubby body and round head, it looks a bit like a bat. In fact, Nighthawks have a lot in common with bats. Like bats and unlike hawks , they feed primarily on small winged insects.
They provide us with knowledge and wisdom that can help us in our real life situations. Nightingale -- Soft tempered, good speaker, smooth movement and voice, keeper of the night. When a nightingale appears it is there to teach you the healing power of song and to move through fear and shadow with grace. Nutcracker -- Cracking open the outer shell in order to find what is hidden inside. Life tied directly to diet, willing to travel long distances, stay at home dad, yearning for the pine forests.
Nuthatch -- Grounding of faith and higher wisdom.
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You need to crack something open to get at the truth. Oriole , -- Ability to see how life is woven together, connection to tree spirits, ability to connect others to the fairy realm. Oriole is the symbol of approaching summer or sunshine, usually within a two-week period. Osprey , -- The osprey is connected to all aspects of solar worship. Osprey teaches how to plunder our resources and the necessity to move outside of our comfort zones in order to do this.
Osprey teaches us to take risks, and to not be frightened of grasping opportunities just because they seem like they're out of our reach. Keen sight in seeing through illusions, freedom of spirit, connection to the Moon, understanding weather especially lightning. Ostrich , -- Learning how to use knowledge in a non-threatening way, become less visible, outrunning adversaries, avoidance and denial. Owl -- The owl is ruler of the night and seer of souls.
The owl is honored as the keeper of spirits who had passed from one plane to another. Often myth indicates the owl accompanying a spirit to the underworld; winging it's newly freed soul from the physical world into the realm of spirit. Bringer of wisdom, revealer of secrets and omens, intuition and clairvoyance. Brings clarity and illumination to dreams, Moon magick. The "night eagle" seeing and hearing that which others cannot. Be aware of omens and portents for the owl brings the power to extract secrets , out of the , darkness.
It is therefore the symbol of Freemasonry and other occult societies. Freemasons also consider the owl a symbol of reincarnation: since it is awake at night they consider it a symbol of the soul that has left a dead body and remains in the night, waiting to re-enter another body that is being conceived. For them the owl symbolizes metempsychosis, which is their theory of reincarnation of the souls. Eurasian Eagle Owl -- The largest owl and the subject of legends from Egyptian hieroglyphs to Tibetan mythology telling of how it captures the souls of the departed.
From these earliest times the Egyptians associated the Eagle Owl with freedom; in particular, the freedom of unobstructed bowel movements. Oxpecker -- Riding through life, perching on other's ideas, flying straight and landing solidly. Oystercatcher -- Large, conspicuous, and noisy. A time to realize that portions of you are being suppressed. Christian legend says that the oystercatcher once hid Jesus in a time of danger and was rewarded by being given the mark of the cross on its back.
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A need to protect children from being taken. A selfless act of concealment. Parakeet --see under "Parrot". Parrot , -- A bird of the sun and its bright colors and sunshine aspect are what gives it its magic. It is a teacher of the power of light and colors and its feathers can be used for healing and to invoke the energies of the Sun.
Some parrots have been taught to mimic human speech and can, on one hand be linked to learning language. On the other hand a parrot can be a sign of insincerity; speaking another's words without meaning them. When Parrot appears, look to your left. Partridge -- A human spirit that has come to live on Earth as animal in order to serve the Goddess.
He was saved by the Goddess and carried to heaven in the form of a bird. Peacock , -- Universal symbol of resurrection. The ability to see the connection between the past, the present and the future and its loud and raucous call, almost like laughter, reminds us to laugh at life.
The peacock's feather in all ages has been considered as a sign of beauty and knowledge; beauty because it is beautiful, knowledge because it is in the form of , the all seeing eyes of the goddess 'Hera '. Pelican , -- Overcoming troubles, rising above emotional turmoil, recovering from loss, sharing abundance with others, forgiveness, letting go of your judgments. Penguin , -- Lucid dreaming and the ability to alter the course of those dreams, out of body experiences and astral projection, leaping from the land the conscious into the water the unconscious , the knowledge of the female within the male.
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Pheasant , -- , A hardy bird that symbolizes warning and concealment. It teaches about fertility and sexuality as symbolized by its tail plumes. The pheasant feeds on grains and grasses and anyone with pheasant energy benefits by incorporating more grains into their diet. Phoebe -- Heightening the powers of observation in the stillness within.
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Finding the balance between masculine and feminine energies; in the power and strength of the sacred feminine as well as the male and create a more solid foundation to build upon. Dont let the flies land on you. Pigeon , -- The pigeon is a determined creature.
It will stay in an area as long as there is food, despite attempts by humans or other birds to chase it away. Pigeons have an excellent navigational ability, and have frequently been employed for communication in various situations. The pigeon sighting can encourage you to be stubborn and hang in there, regardless of what challenges are thrown in your path. Pigeon teaches many lessons of home: love, security, fertility and family.
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Plover -- A shore dweller that likes to vacation inland. One who exhibits extremely flexible behavior when encountering difficulty and intruders that come into its life. One who will seem to walk away from a threatening situation, but turns back at the first opportunity. Taking long non-stop trips to get where you need to be. The plover call to us in desolate places to experience the wilderness, the wild and raw side of Nature. They also represent the wilderness and solitude within, where for some lurk so many of their fears.
Although crocodile eats birds, she never harms the plover. We can call upon Crocodile and Plover medicine to help us form alliances with people who are very different from us, and to help us find allies where and with whom we least expect. Prairie-Chicken -- see under 'Grouse'. Puffin -- Graceful in the water, clumsy on land and in the air, out of water there is difficulty finding equilibrium in life, using body language to convey messages, throwing tantrums when upset.
The appearance of the Puffin signals a time for prayer. Quail -- Living close to the Earth, group nourishment and protection.
Seeing danger and finding peaceful alternatives. Having courage in times of hardship.
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Quails have an intricate system of communication, and much of is revolves around avoiding danger. Quails have an uncanny sense of their surroundings, and are masters at eluding predators. They stay grounded, preferring the comfort of tall grasses over open skies. This reminds us to keep ourselves protected. When Quail comes to call, be smart, communicate your hesitation clearly and be mind ful to stay out of harm's way.