Owls represent watchfulness, wisdom, healing, and the ability to soar soundlessly from this world to other realities around the globe. If you observe those with Owl as their birth totem, you’re sure to see these magical and mystical traits.
If you were born between November 22 and December 21 in the Northern Hemisphere or May 21 to June 20 in the Southern hemisphere, your Native American Zodiac birth totem is Owl. This corresponds with Sagittarius (North) and Gemini (South). Those born under this sign have tenacity bordering on being stubborn as well as an uncanny sense of purpose that makes them excellent at securing their heart’s desires through hard work.
In keeping with traditional Western astrology, they also possess a keen eye for detail which may help navigate complex situations such as business dealings where one needs to be cognizant of small details like contracts and other legal documents.
Owls are considered to be wise, loyal, and intelligent. But they can have a few quirks. Like their tendency toward being possessive at times or getting overly dogmatic when things don’t go right for them, that is until the famous wisdom kicks in! That’s when Owl discovers genuine humor, independence, and a thirst for understanding those things beyond our regular insights, as well as how to apply that “outer voice” into this deep-rooted passion of advice-giving with time and maturity.
With optimism at their side, Owl can also become great leaders because they’re non-disabled enough when flying off into new adventures.
Owl people may become walkers between the worlds, and this thirst for Shamanic traditions. These mysterious beings are keenly intuitive with little patience for insincere artificial types; keep it accurate, or they’ll punish you with fantastic insights into even the most hidden of mysteries, including those that haunt all ages.
If friends or partners are an Owl, prepare yourself: enjoy some glorious adventures! Owls know how to laugh spontaneously and make choices while endeavoring always to remain true to their ethical beliefs.
The Owl is a creature of winter and long nights. Its refreshing honesty acts as a balance to the darkness, making them an enthusiastic companion for these dark times. Their element reflects their passion: fire! According to Native American Zodiac signs, they are part of the Falcon clan, which includes people who have tremendous confidence, bravery with just enough pluck that fires up everyone around them like no one else can do it.”
A spooky and wise owl needs powerful clairvoyance to see the positives in the negatives. The sacred stone for Owl is Obsidian, which allows a bird of wisdom to recognize and transform negative energy into something magical like Mistletoe. Humans have long used this flower as an agent of love spells or peacemaking because it thrives on negativity- transforming that energy through its natural powers.
Owls are finicky creatures. They don’t do well in confined spaces, and they’re not particularly fond of following rules, but what Owl doesn’t love to learn? This passion for learning can lead Owls into a wide range of professions where they will quickly rise above others- ideally, their jobs offer travel opportunities since these free spirits need plenty of room to fly around!
Owlets make excellent freelancers because they get bored quickly, so finding any job with variety or an opportunity for them to flex some creative muscle is rewarding.
Birth dates, Northern Hemisphere:
November 22 – December 21
Birthdate, Southern Hemisphere:
May 21 – June 20
Corresponding Zodiac Signs:
Sagittarius (North), Gemini (South)
Birth Moon: Long Snows Moon
Season: Month of Hibernation
Direction: North – Northeast
Complimentary Spirit Animal: Deer
Compatible Spirit Animals: Deer, Falcon, Otter, Raven, Salmon
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