and the messages they bring you


You are the master of synchronicity. Know in your heart that all doors are open wide. All you have to do is move through them.

If Raven comes to you:

If Raven has come visiting you it can mean any number of things. Most powerful of all is the synchronicity that Raven assures you is pending. He is a master of bending and folding time and space so that you are exactly in the right moment at the right time. As a messenger you are reminded that those around you are reflecting back at you the things you most have to learn about yourself.

Know that when Raven appears that magic is imminent. Raven is about rebirth, recovery, renewal  recycling and certainly reflection and healing. He signifies moving through transitions smoothly by casting light into the darkness.

Raven as Your Totem

If Raven is your Totem animal you are very playful and creative. You have no fear of the dark, or the underworld and understand that there is a divine balance between the light and the dark. You find comfort in solitude and enjoy your own company. Raven seeks stillness and quiet, and prefer it to the constant onslaught of chatter and noise in our daily lives. You are wise and often are used as a messenger for others.  The spirit world uses you as a bridge to the physical world to bring forth its messages.

Raven in Your Dreams;

When Raven comes flying in your dreams he is letting you know that a change of consciousness is imminent. This omen signals you to watch for the clues and that new heights are possible. When Raven is still and silent looking at you he is invoking magic. Raven’s loudly raucous calling at you he is insistent that you take heed – you are missing something important or have forgotten a lesson learned. A Raven flying loops and upside down playfully is telling you to fasten your seat belt because everything has gone into hyper drive. Absolute magic is afoot.

Occasionally Raven can signify an impending death. This is usually signaled by feeding on carrion or preening of its feathers to show rebirth.

Additional Associations for Raven;

  • Introspection
  • Courage
  • Self‐knowledge
  • Magic
  • Creation
  • Rebirth
  • Omens
  • Playful aspects
  • Stir life without fear
  • Brings in the light
  • Shapeshifting
  • Messenger
  • Blending human and animal
  • Transformation of challenges into blessings
  • Sexuality
  • Rebirth without fear
  • Ability to tear down what needs to be rebuilt
  • Renewal
  • Ability to find light in darkness
  • Courage of self-reflection
  • Comfort with self
  • Honoring ancestors
  • Connection to the Crone
  • Divination
  • Change in consciousness
  • New occurrences
  • Eloquence
  • Power of thought

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Please have a close look at the Quotation Box at the top of the page before you make a comment or ask a question. There are at least five different messages that can appear in the box and more often that not your personal guides will see to it that the message is appropriate to what your visiting Raven was trying to convey to you. We try to answer as many comments as possible – but please be sure you have not already had your answer or that the answer is not in the first paragraph. If your Raven is dead – consider that the message is in it’s shadow form – in other words exactly opposite to what the message is saying and that you are somehow not accomplishing what it is asking for.

65 Responses to Raven

  • Every morning for the past 3 days a raven has been cawing at 8am, yesterday I drove into my drive and two just sat staring at me and didn’t even move, so when I heard the cawing outside this morning I looked out my window and the two ravens where directly opposite from me, they looked at me and then looked up to the sky and continued to stare up into the sky, I walked away from the window and their cawing sounded more like a laugh. I think they were pleased I acknowledged them! I’ve read that ravens are messengers?

  • I had a dream of being chosen by a white raven that had ignored the woman he was with and flew down to me. He (she) sat on my chest. I would like to know what a white Raven in a dream means and if it is possible this is my Totem animal.

    Your help is most appreciated

  • I had a very vivid dream that I was looking at a bed and the covers started moving and I knew there was a rat under the sheets. I pulled the covers back and the rat jumped at me and turned into a huge raven that wrapped its wings around my neck and started choking me. I awoke with a loud gasp and can’t get back to sleep now. Any interpretations to this dream ?

  • I came home late tonight and saw two Ravens perched on my neighbors house. I’ve never even seen a raven before and was wondering if seeing two had any special significance?

  • My dog, or should I say best friend was laid to rest this morning. As I was finishing the final parts of his burial, everytime I would start to get upset a raven would land on the tree above me and caw. As I was saying my final farewell for his burial, 2 large flocks of Ravens flew over me…one to the left and shortly after, one to my right. It caught my attention that this might be a sign of something. So here I am. I have heard throughout my time that, a raven can symbolize good and bad. However, I can find no explanation of what flocks mean. Any insight will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  • I had an unusually vivid dream about a raven last night. In my dream, the raven was VERY large. About the size of a bald eagle. I noticed him sitting at the top of a tree looking at me silently. Then, he flew straight to me and landed on me, as though he was familiar with me. I was apprehensive about it at first but the raven was very gentle and did not hurt me at all, but was acting aggressively toward some of the other people in my dream while sitting on my shoulders. There was one person, a female that he took a particular distaste towards. Any insight would be helpful.

  • Ok It was 8 year’s ago for about 2 to 3 weeks….i’m not sure if its was a Raven or Crow but when I sang or wizzled :?: it cawed back at me……I always had someone to talk to any idea what that was??? :smile:

  • Are Ravens like crows….Sooooo aren’t they lost soul


    So when ever you see a raven arn’t they like your lost faimly

  • I with my friend and we were in her church alone and we were being stupid the I heard a loud sound of a door opening and it closed loudly I went to figure out what happened no one was there I checked the halls rooms even the front outside.Then I came back in I walked beside the door that opened and I saw two huge ravens or crows they looked like the size of a toddler and one looked at me and cawed loudly then flew off

  • My Grandfather passed away 4 weeks ago today. Yesterday, my daughter and I went to the cemetery for the first time since the funeral 3 weeks ago. It was a beautiful Fall day, sun shining, no breeze, no one else around. When we approached the plot marker, I laid my hand upon it, and said a few words aloud to my Grandfather. We then heard a Raven a few times in the distance. We could hear his calls becoming louder and he alit in the top of nearby tree. There he gave one more call and then began to make an almost ‘cooing’ sound. I could see his body expand and contract each time he made the sound. He did this for a minute or two and then away he flew. He flew directly overhead and we could really hear the whoosh of his wings as he passed over and then he began to call again as he disappeared out of sight beyond some trees. Can you please share with me what this means?

  • Hi :smile: I just woke up from a weird dream and was hoping to get some guidance on what it might mean… I was in my bedroom and all of a sudden a raven swooped in out of nowhere and caught and killed a rat I didn’t know was there. In my dream I had a black dog and when he saw the raven he started growling like he thought the raven was a threat and he thought he was protecting me. I was afraid my dog was going to attack the raven and was afraid for the raven’s safety but just as my dog was about to attack, the raven transformed into a golden retriever and then my dog no longer saw the raven as a threat. I was relieved and went over to my bedroom window to open it and let the raven fly out, but on my window screen was a type of bee that kinda looked like a hornet but paler in color and without any black markings (but it did have a distinct upside down triangle on its back). I was scared to open the window because of the bee because I’m allergic to bee stings but it looked really docile, maybe even dead, so I opened the window anyway and it stayed put. When the window was open the raven turned back into his raven form and flew up on the sill, with dead rat still in his mouth. Before he left I asked him if I could please touch his beautiful feathers and he generously allowed me to do so before he flew off.

  • Hello everyone.
    The other day my father stated that he saw a Raven, a Magpie and a Northren flicker sitting on the same branch on the same tree, side by side. I was wondering if this means anything?

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