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  1. henry.grey

    Animal totems

    I think it should be mentioned that crows (ravens/crows: Corvus genus) have been viewed as intelligent tricksters in literature worldwide, from ancient times. The oldest one I can think of is the Epic of Gilgamesh. In this story, a dove is send out to search for land, but it merely circle around the boat and returns. Then a raven/crow is released, but it doesn't return. The main character, Utnapishtim, concludes from this, that the raven has found land (and is smart and selfish enough to not return). A similar story can be found in the book of Genesis. In norse and native american mythology, the raven is seen as a trickster too. In norse mythology, Loki, son of Odin, is the worst trickster of them all, and one of his tricks is to turn into a raven/crow. In native american folklore, the raven is seen as a trickster as well. I remember a specific example in the mythology of the Nuxalk people from the Bella Coola area, where the raven is a no-good trickster. See the raven masks here: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&...sa=N&tab=wi The 6th one is a Bella Coola mask. If I saw ravens/crows more than normal, then I would probably consider if someone was playing tricks on me. Just a thought :)
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    Rules or Laws

    Hi Jenn and everybody, this is my first post here. I would like to add what my take has been on being a psychic so far (almost 5 years). I believe you lose your special abilities if you use them for personal gain, or at least that there is a risk that you might lose it, and I can't afford to take that risk. That would explain why psychic lottery "winners" have gone silent, and are not to be heard of. I simply don't dare to try. I hope that answered your question. Love, Henry Grey