Raven Beeswax candles offered in Black & White.
Measures approx. 4inches in height
In later Norse mythology, Odin is depicted as having two ravens Huginn and Muninn, serving as his eyes and ears – huginn meaning "thought" and muninn meaning "memory".Crows are also considered ancestors in Hinduism,
The raven also has a prominent role in the mythologies of the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. The raven in these indigenous peoples' mythology is the Creator of the world, but it is also considered a trickster God
The raven god or spirit Kutcha (or Kutkh, (Кутх)) is important in the shamanic tradition of the Koryaks and other indigenous Chukotko-Kamchatkan peoples of the Russian Far East.
Kutcha is traditionally revered in various forms by various peoples and appears in many legends: as a key figure in creation, as a fertile ancestor of mankind, as a mighty shaman, and as a trickster.
The ancient Slavs had many animal totems, but only this bird had a special relationship. ⠀
✨ The Slavs respected those who enjoyed the patronage of this bird, but were wary of them. ⠀
✨ If your totem animal is a raven, then you will probably prefer loneliness and solitude. These people have a solid inner core. They are not afraid of threats; they cannot be forced to do something against their will. People with a raven totem are completely fearless. ⠀
✨ If you start using this totem, expect quick changes in life. Regular appeal to the totem helps to quickly develop efficiency, tact and punctuality. Also totem reinforce intuition. With him you foresee danger in advance. This is not an easy gift. ⠀
✨ Raven is a unique bird. When using a totem, remember that it must be used wisely and for the good.