Armin Fuchs

Armin Fuchs

Posted on 10/16/2008

Photo taken on October 16, 2008

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crow's flight

crow's flight

KYZ, Thomas Listl, uxxa....a little bit lazy..... and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo

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Jason Elkins
Jason Elkins
oh a fave of faves. love it!
9 years ago.
Armin Fuchs has replied to Jason Elkins
... mmm ...
9 years ago. tête dans les nuages.... tête…
nice compo !
8 years ago.
Armin Fuchs has replied to tête…
thank you!
8 years ago.
m h
m h
Crow Medicine

Crow is the left-handed guardian. Crow knows the unknowable mysteries of creation and is the keeper of all sacred law. Crow medicine people are masters of illusion. Do not try to figure crow out. It is the power of the unknown at work, and something special is about to happen.

Crow is also the guardian of ceremonial magic and healing. In any healing circle, Crow is present. Crow guides the magic of healing and the change in consciousness that will bring about a new reality and dispel "dis-ease" or illness. You can rest assure when ever crows are around, magic is near by and you are about to experience a change in consciousness. Crow can give you the courage to enter the darkness of the void, which is the home of all that is not yet in form. Crows are also the bringers of messages from the spirit world, and is thought to dwell beyond the realm of time and space.

If you have a crow as a totem, you need to be willing to walk your talk and speak your truth. You must put aside your fear of being a voice in the wilderness and "caw" the shots as you see them. Crow is an omen of change. If he keeps appearing to you he may be telling you that you have a powerful voice when addressing issues that you do not quite understand or feel that they are out of balance.
6 years ago.
Armin Fuchs has replied to m h
Well - very good and useful to know!
Thanks a lot, Havran :-))
6 years ago.