I do like crows, blue jays and ravens. I sort of like seagulls, but they lose their dignity for a french fry (which aren’t good for them). Crows are clever, and dignified. At least as I see them.
I still think of crows as ravens and etc. I think I’m not the only one because I have seen images of big black birds labelled as crows, often. Makes me wonder about any source claiming a raven is a crow or vice versa. Let’s leave it as crows/ravens.
You have come out with Raven as your soul representation. This is a very interesting path for a being. I suppose the most important thing to remember about a persons life when they are under the Ravens wing would be, you have been here before.. you know all about this stuff and what you don’t know you are about to find out. There is really nothing too surprising or amazing to a Raven person.. new things, sure, but as they have been witness to so many massive shifts over the myriad of lifetimes required to lead a Raven life, there are virtually no real surprises. The danger for a raven soul is landing in an area where there are no other ravens and no real competition for them. A Raven needs some powerful reflection and only another Raven can do that for them as they know that they are the only ones who really understand. An old soul does not protect a person from falling into a trap of getting too comfortable and growing lazy. Laziness is deadly for a Raven, they need the power of their wings to carry their great bodies high above the world so that they can gain the perspective that they so need in order fulfill their ultimate destinies here on earth. For each Raven has a particular mission to complete their earth cycle. Find out what it is Raven. You may be comfortable and unshaken, but are you alert and fulfilling your vision?
Interesting. But how much faith do you put into a quiz where they didn’t even proofread. Still, I liked it enough to post it here. 🙂