Crow Animal Totem

Powerful, ancient, intelligent birds, black as the blackest night, the crow is all about communication and free falling into the depths of groundlessness, without fear. The crow is never afraid to speak its mind, and has an intricate language all of its own. It is capable of mimicry and passing messages through groups regarding patterns of danger and reward. The… Read more →

Magpie Animal Totem

The magpie is a loud, powerful member of the corvid family, to which crows and ravens belong. Magpies differ in color in different regions, but are noted for their white and black contrasts, which invoke the balance and integration of of light and dark, and thus figure prominently in the mythologies of many indigenous cultures. In China and Korea, the… Read more →

Red Tail Hawk Animal Totem

  If the Red Tail Hawk has crossed your path, you have been blessed with a sign of great power and positivity. Hawks, in general are all about perspective; seeing things acutely from a distance, seeing the big picture and the details within in isolation. The hawk has such acute vision, it is an adept and swift hunter who enjoys… Read more →

Mourning Dove Animal Totem

Greetings from the Oracle all! Mourning Dove Animal Totem ♥ The Mourning Dove is a common yet powerful LOVE totem ♥ Doves are sacred to Aphrodite and a slew of other love goddesses around the world. Doves are a Heart Chakra spirit guide and they come around to ease your heart with their soft cooing. If you hear doves around… Read more →

Beaver Totem Animal

The Beaver is one of the first animals to awaken in the spring; a harbinger of warmth to come, and a reminder that there is much to do and energy to do it! ♥ Every spring, these surreally industrious and mighty rodents bend branches, uproot and mow down great trees, and spend hours upon hours pushing forward in their work… Read more →

Crocodile Animal Totem

On this day, 12 Imox (Waterlily Crocodile) I bring to you a few words on the crocodile totem: A transcendent symbol of the earth, many ancient cultures have revered the crocodile as a primordial ancestor. In Mayan cultures past and present, mountains are seen as the back of the great earth monster, embodied in a giant croc. These animals are… Read more →

Mayan Day, 6 Ts’ikin/ Eagle

Today is the day 6 Ts’ikin (Eagle), according to the Mayan calendar. The sign of the Eagle is a powerful call to perspective: It brings the power of the hawk’s eye to reveal our realities and contexts from a great distance. The Eagle unifies heaven and earth, also bringing stability and abundant harvests. An excellent day for negotiation and mediation,… Read more →

Animal totem wisdom, The Pelican

Pelicans are grandiose and powerful flyers, sailing on coastal headwinds; they are capable of flying so close to the water that the tips of their enormous wings practically touch the sea. Among the many messages from the pelican are those of Persistence and Good Cheer: The pelican persists in diving, time and time again, into the sea, with great force… Read more →

Eccentric Mayan Flints

2 Flint Blade

Today is the day 2 Tijax (Flint Blade). Complimentary qualities of dark and light as seated in the number two assist the power of the flint blade in slicing away all that is no longer needed, illness, negativity, bad luck, and difficulty. A purifying bath, a fire, a good house smudging are indeed in order on this fine day, 2… Read more →