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Animals

Maned Lion

Throughout history, humans have often had special relationships with particular animals or animal spirits. Whether tribal totems or shamanic allies, wizards' and witches' familiars, or simply friends, the animals can provide us with unique perspectives and understandings of the world which we, as human beings, have lost touch with.

Some of us connect with particular animals through the qualities we share with them, others to seek those qualities we lack, which the animal may provide.


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Maned Lion

Cobra

Lion

Caracal Cat

Leopard

Margay

Black Cat

Fox

Wolf

Horse

Giraffe

Coyote

Wolf Helm

Stag Helm

Panda

Monkey

Brown Bear

Black Bat

Black & Red Bat
Birds

Who among us has never wanted to fly on the wings of a bird? Historically, birds appear as totems or shamanic allies quite as often as their furry earthbound cousins. With their intimate connection to the element of Air, and their ability to soar above, and view the wider perspective, as well as examining things up close, birds have much to teach us.


Ceremonial Peacock
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Crow

Blue Jay

Raven
Mute Swan
Mute Swan

Peacock

Black Swan

Golden Eagle

Bald Eagle

Redtail Hawk

Horned Owl

Snowy Owl

Grey Owl

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