Recently, I've noticed an abundance of crows in my area, more so than usual. Today I went to a country club and there were literally hundreds of crows everywhere, extremely out of place. I've been trying to find a goddess for a while, and this is the first lead I've gotten. The most prominent crow deity I could find was Morr?gan. Is she trying to connect with me?
The Morrighan doesn't really seek to connect with anyone. She accepts most. But doesn't call out to anyone. If you've noticed an abundance of crows In your area there are a few explanations.
One, coincidence. I know it sounds like an unbelievable cop out. But they do happen.
Two, you feel a connection to the crow and what they stand for and symbolize. And the Morrighan is who you feel personifies them.
She is my own personal, and family goddess. And I love her and would welcome anyone to follow her guidance. If you want to pick my brain about her and my experience you are more then welcome to PM me.
By: WhiteRav3n / Knowledgeable Feb 14, 2015
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The most prominent crow deity I could find was Morr?gan. Is she trying to connect with me?
If you had to google deities that are represented by crows, then no. You're just grasping for straws.
The Morrigan is my patron. She has been with me for over 15 years before I knew of her. She likes dreams most of all, visions second to that, but what many see physically are split second glimpses of her, a grey cloaked, thin woman, much like the depiction of the shrouded Virgin Mary. But they almost never see her face. The sound of caws without the presence of crows is more her style. People that she calls to feel, at times, haunted by a female presence that isn't alarming but comforting.
She is tough and has high standards. If you do not meet those standards, she will break you and rebuild you to her liking.
WhiteRaven makes good points. Although I disagree about the thin veiled woman, it might simply be a personal, albeit unconscious, choice to have her appear as such.
She is a goddess of battle and war, and should therefore be treated with as much respect as you have. And then some.