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Does anyone know what the meaning of a dead crow in front of my porch is this a bad thing a or a good thing? It's in my yard but right at my porch step. I believe it is 14 -16" long from tail to head, i thought it was a raven but i believe a raven is a little bigger in size, it does have a black beak so i'm not sure if it is a crow or raven. I'm guessing a crow from the looks of it.

I've had dead animals before but nothing like this one and right on the door step of my front porch, it's right on the grass though right next to the pavement. I know there is a meaning to everything and seeing this dead animal when i woke up this morning is a possible symbol or sign for me since i've been really looking for answers to alot of my questions which are coming but slowly.

I'm sorry if this is a little off topic and it's hard for me since i don't like seeing dead animals because of i love all animals.

Anyone have any thoughts or ideas about this syncronicity

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its an omen! something is coming for you! watch your back!! lol that was a joke :)
Whether you know this or not, everything has a meaning and everything that happens means something. A crow dead in front of my porch maybe means the death of something in my life either internally or externally, it can mean a bunch of different things. So don't say that it means nothings. I hope it is a positive sign instead of negative sign.

But it's not every day you see a dead crow right below your steps laying right in your grass.
I am a light psychic and a dead crow in your life means some one or something(like a habit) will die in your life soon. Judging by the size of that crow it wont be a person or an animal but a mental attachment.

Love and light to you just concentrate on positive
i had a similar experience except, the bird was placed in a plastic bag on it was sitting on our back porch. The bird was all black, i don't know if it was a crow or raven either. It happened years ago, when i was still in elementary school. My mom was the one to find it and then told us about it. Seemed like someone found/killed it and placed it there. Go figure.
Finding a dead crow is good luck says many of the american indian beliefs.The crow is one of the most powerful of all the totem power animals .The crow guides lost souls from out of the dark into the light.Most of them believe the crow to be a good spirit of the light also..
Thankyou all for your help i went ahead and barried it in the earth and said a few words, The bad news i hit some roots from a tree, i felt i wasn't too close to the tree about 9-12 feet out, but i'm sure the tree is ok but the roots aren't.

The size of it was probably 9"-12" long, It was a little smaller than i thought but it wasn't as big as a Raven but maybe a size of a Crow. I also saw a few other crows flying above my home maybe mourning the death of they're friend. They were hanging around the body for a awhile.

So i suppose i took Tony's advice. I've noticed there are so many more animals and birds hanging around everywhere not just because it is spring time but they are everywhere around my area. Alot of Squrrials and tons of Birds. My neigbers does feed the Squrrials with Peanuts so that is probably why.

I just hope no one or a no dog digs up the crow's body.
This was posted by Falcon : http://answerpool.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/501606714/m/633102054


Crows are interesting birds, yes a flock of them is called a murder, but I'm talking about the individual bird.

Crow: Law

There is a medicine story that tells of Crow's fascination with her own shadow. She kept looking at it, scratching it, pecking at it, until her shadow woke up and became alive. Then Crow's shadow ate her. Crow is Dead Crow now.

Dead Crow is the Left-Handed Guardian (female side). If you look deeply into Crow's eye, you will have found the gateway to the supernatural. Crow knows the unknowable mysteries of creation and is the keeper of all sacred law.

Since Crow is the keeper of secred law, Crow can bend the laws of the physical universe and "shape shift." This ability is rare and unique. Crow medicine people are masters of illusion.

All sacred texts are under the protection of Crow. The Creator's books are bound in Crow feathers. Crow feathers tell of spirit make flesh. Crow is also the protector of the "ogallah" or ancient records.

The Sacred Law Belts, or Wampum Belts, beaded by Native women long before the boat people or Europeans came to this continent, contain knowledge of the Great Spirit's laws, and are kept in the Black Lodges, the lodges of women. The law which states that "all things are born of women" is signified by Crow.

Children are tought to behave according to the rules of a particular culture. Most orthodox religious systems create a mandate concerning acceptable bahavior within the contxt of worldly affairs. Do this and so, and you will go to heaven. Do thus and so, and you will go to hell. Different formulas for salvation are demanded by each "true faith."

Human law is not the same as Sacred Law. Mosre so than any other medicine, Crow sees that the physical world and even the spiritual world as humanity interprets them, are an illusion. Great Spirit is within all. If an individual obeys Crow's perfect Good medicine death--going on to the next incarnation with a clear memory of his or her past.

Crow is an omen of change. Crow lives in void and has no sense of time. The Ancient Chiefs tell us that crow sees simultaneously the three fates--past, present and future. Crow merges light and darkness, seeing both inner and outer reality.

For more information, check out "Medicine Cards" by Jamie Sams and David Carson
Hey Everyone my life is actually getting better, but possibly not because of the Crow but maybe because of the Sacred G i use under my bed it's had a huge effect on my life as of so far. Maybe the crow does have something to do with all the good things happening in my life.

I've been much more happier as of lately so i don't know why but i just feel so much more joy.
It sounds like you already got your answer, so there's probably no need for me to write, but when you are ascending nature will often send you clues about what's stepping down into physicality for you. I know, that sounds strange, I found it really hard to believe at first that animals would bother to do anything just to tell me something, especially die - it felt too full of ego to believe such a thing. After observing nature with this skeptically in mind for a long time though, I have come to understand the messages a lot of the time, so I write just because its something you may want to consider. Its not so much that nature would sacrifice itself, maybe it was a bird that was old and was going to die anyway, so it didn't mind doing it in your yard to give you the chance to get a message that may help you out. Often dead animals will appear in front of me (and I don't mean ones on the road, I mean in my own yard, like yours was) if I am somehow heading myself to my own death. I will usually think about this and realize that some series of thoughts I had been having could have in fact done that - maybe too many thoughts of death, or fear of death or violence - focusing on these things I was afraid of would lead me to create this in physicality without my meaning to do that, and nature tried to point this out to me so I could avoid it. People will probably call me silly, but I really don't mind that. I've seen enough to know I'm not making this up. Just pay attention to nature, you will see, it does tell you things.

As for your dead bird, think about the thoughts you focus on and the things you plan for, just to make sure you aren't heading yourself somewhere that you don't want to go. All you have to do is change your mind (your intention), you won't get anymore dead birds, and then what the bird was trying to tell you won't come down into physicality, the better life you then focus on will.

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