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Ladybugs swarming and Crows amassing: Evil wind blows nobody good.

 
WTF
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Ladybugs swarming and Crows amassing: Evil wind blows nobody good.
Check here:

[link to www.ruralmysteries.com]

swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.
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Check here:

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swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.
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Insects have been swarming since insects have been created

Birds have been flocking too.

It's what they do.
"Everybody lies."
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it's called winter
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you are right OP. they will soon see.
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It seems to be only the crows that are forming such huge flocks of thousands. There have been some reports of crows attacking and killing sheep. Beware. These are evil times we are living in.
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... come on now, lol... they are not crows.... those just be starlings is all.
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WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE
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01/07/2009 09:20 AM
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The snow is blowing wildly out there.

Don't know what to do.

Don't see one ladybug or crow!!
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01/07/2009 09:39 AM
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Freaky Times
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It seems to be only the crows that are forming such huge flocks of thousands. There have been some reports of crows attacking and killing sheep. Beware. These are evil times we are living in.
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bullshit
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Re: Ladybugs swarming and Crows amassing: Evil wind blows nobody good.
Check here:

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swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.
 Quoting: WTF 225509


I once paid money for ladybugs to eat the stupid aphids.

The ladybugs were gone within two days. Bad move.
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It seems to be only the crows that are forming such huge flocks of thousands. There have been some reports of crows attacking and killing sheep. Beware. These are evil times we are living in.
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Like in the movie, The Birds, the crows went for the eyes!


The symbolism of the crow

In the christian culture, the crow means nothing good. But you'll be surprised to see what he symbolizes in other civilisations.
A bad bird
The crow is seen as a negative omen only recently and mostly in Europe.

For the Celts, the crow was sacred and meant the flesh torn by fighting. As he eats carrion, the welsh poetry uses the metaphor "the crow pierced you" to say "you have died". They thought crows escorted the sun during his nocturnal path, that is to say in Hell. So they were a symbol of evil, contrary to swanns, symbolizing purity.

In Babylon, the crow was the name of the 13th month of the calendar, and he had a very negative value.

For the Greeks, the crow was too gossipy. That's why Athena replaced him with the owl, to stay with her. The crow was also devoted to Apollo. The god sent him to the aquatic world, to bring back water. The crow discovered a fig tree whose fruits were not ripe yet, so he waited near the tree to eat ripe figs instead of accomplishing his task . He was punished for his disobediance and egotism : Apollo placed him in the constellations, but the hydra prevented him from drinking the cup : he is condemned to thirst.

In the Bible, the crow is sent by Noah to search earth after the flood. But the crow didn't told Noé that the flood was finished. So he is considered selfish. Saint Golowin thought that in Paradise, the crows had multicoloured wings. But after Adam and Eve were driven away from the Paradise, the crows started to eat carrion. So they became black-feathered. At the end of time, the crows will find their beauty again and sing harmoniously to praise God.

In the Middle-Ages, it was said that crows neglect their young; as he eats carrions, he is seen as a bad omen.

In India, in the Mahâbhârata, the messengers of death are compared to crows. In Laos, the water soiled by crows can't be used for ritual purification.

The crow, symbol of the supreme God
It is mostly in nomadic civilisations (hunters and fishers) that the crow has a positive meaning. He lost this meaning with the sedentarisation and the agrarian developpement.

For Tlingit Indians (North-West of the Pacific), the crow is the main divine character. He organises the world, gives civilisation and culture, creates and frees the sun... For Haïda indians (North-western coast of the Canada), the crow will steal the sun from the sky's master, to give it to the earth's people. Raven has also a magic canoe : he can make it change its size, from the pine needle size, to big enough to contain the whole universe.
In North America, he is the personnification of the Supreme Being. When he flaps his wings he creates the wind, the thunder and the lightning.

In Mithra's cult, he can fight evil spells.

Scandinavians legends show two crows, perched on Odin's seat : Hugi, the Spirit, and Munnin, the Memory. They symbolize the principle of creation. In the same way, these birds are the companions of Wotan ("the God with the crows").

The crow was sacred for the Celts. He was associated to the creation of Lugdunum (Lyon), city of the God Lug. Lug is the great solar god. He has the form of a crow and is assimilated to Apollo.

The crow is also in the Bible: he brings bead to man, alone in the desert.Prophet Elie, Saint Paul hermit, Saint Antoine... Saint Vincent had been defended by crows against the attack of carnivores; the crow is also seen at Saint Benoît's feet and in Saint Oswald's hands. Here, he symbolizes divine providence. He is also linked to Saints Boniface and Meinrad : their two tame crows allowed to find their corpses.

The crow has also a role in the asiatic mythology : in China and in Japan, he shows love and filial gratitude.According to chinese legends, ten red crows with three paws flew away from the East Blackberry Tree to bring light to the world. But they brought an unbearable heat to the Earth. Yi The Good Archer killed nine of them, and saved the world. The last Crow is now in the Sun.

So the crow is a solar symbol. He represents the creative principle.
Guide and messenger of the Gods
The major meaning of this black bird is to be a guide and the Gods' messenger.
In Black Africa, the crow warns men that dangers are menacing them. The crow is their guide and a protector spirit.

For Mayas, he is the messenger of the God of lightning and thunder.

In Celtic civilisation, he has prophetic functions. Bodb, Goddess of the war, takes the form of a raven to observe the battlefields. The crows' fly and cawings told the future. The crow was also linked to Bran, God of the sailors (bran means crow in gaelic) : the sailors had crows on their boats. They released them at sea. They flied in the direction of the earth. The same idea is in the Bible (after the flood Noah released first a crow),in India and in Norway.

In Greece the crow foretold the future : a raven stood near the Pythie of Delphes during her prediction. It is generally said in Greece that the white crow guides messengers. This function of messenger of the Gods (especially Apollo's messenger), may have its origin in a greek legend. Coronis was unfaithful to Apollo, and a crow informed him. According to Ovide, the crow was originally white. Apollo made him become black to punish him for bringing bad news. Apollo even took a form of crow to guide Santorin's people to Cyrena. And two crows showed Alexander the Great the road to Amon's sanctuary.

Hugi and Munnin (Thought and Memory), are Odin's companions. In scandinavian mythology, they travel all over the world and come back to tell Odin all the events that happens on earth.

In the mithraic cult, Sol(the God Sun) entrust the crow with telling Mithra to sacrifice the bull.

In Japan, crows are also divine messengers, and in China they are the faerie queen Hsi-Wang-Mu's messengers. They also bring her food and are a good omen.


So we can say that the crow is a creator,a guide and a devine messenger. He also guides souls through their last travel and goes through the darkness without moving away from the road.
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Re: Ladybugs swarming and Crows amassing: Evil wind blows nobody good.
Check here:

[link to www.ruralmysteries.com]

swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.


I once paid money for ladybugs to eat the stupid aphids.

The ladybugs were gone within two days. Bad move.
 Quoting: C. 587594


... they musta all come here then MS C... lol, and cuz I've just gots tons and tons of 'em. In facto... most everyone in town will ask me why I never cut down and/or burn out all of my Pampas Grass every year... and I tells 'em that I don't do it cuz Pampas Grass is one of the ladybugs most favourite of all places for to settle on in and wait out the Winter.
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Crow: Mysterious Pagan Symbol
Sign of Law, Creation, Magick, Prophecy, Cunning and Trickery


Most European traditions view crow as bad omens, problems and death. Many American Indian tribes believed Crow was both keeper of the sacred law and trickster.

Crow is a member of the corvid family which includes ravens, magpies and blue jays. They are found worldwide. These birds are highly intelligent, adaptable and omnivorous. They can be taught to communicate with people and to count. Crows are mischievous and like to steal shiny items, but are suspicious and shy.

Crow has been likened to the trickster of Native American power animals. There was a man who hated crows because he thought they prevented him from trapping rabbits. He decided to try to frighten them by putting mirrors on the ground facing skyward so the birds would see their reflections and be scared away. Crow is a curious bird and was fascinated by the mirrors and decided to explore them. One by one, they desecrated the mirrors’ surfaces, then flew into a tree and cackled at what they had done.

Some crows live in flocks called murders and musters, nesting in tree tops. There are sentinels that warn of danger. These animals have a complex language. Other crows are solitary or live in pairs. They will kill sick animals and eat carcasses they find, which is beneficial to the environment.

They are called by different names in Great Britain such as carrion crows, rooks and jack daws. While it is rare, white crows have been found.

Symbolism and Superstitions of the Old World

The Celts believed that Crow was an omen of death and conflict. She was associated with death transitions. Another belief was that the birds were faeries who shape-shifted to cause troubles. Magickal qualities included bringing knowledge, shape-shifting, eloquence, prophecy, boldness, skill, knowledge, cunning, trickery and thievery.

In the Middle Ages, people believed that sorcerers and witches used the symbol of Crow’s foot to cast death spells.

In most of England, seeing a solitary crow meant anger, but in Northamptonshire, it meant ill fortune. Crow, cawing in a hoarse voice, meant bad weather. A death omen was a crow cawing thrice as it flew over a house. The Irish believed that Crow flocking in trees, but not nesting were souls from Purgatory. Finding a dead crow was a sign of good fortune. Russians believed that witches took the shape of Crow.
Crow Medicines and Legends of the New World

Some American Indian tribes believed Crow was the keeper of the sacred law and could shape-shift. Crow protected the sacred writings of Great Spirit.

Crow is an omen of transformation. The bird has been associated with the Ghost Dance movement of 1890. Crow has no sense of time and lives in the Void, having the ability to the past, present and future at the same time. The Alaskan Athapaskan tribe believed crow created the world.

Crow is considered to be the entrance to the supernatural and is associated with illusion. Along with Coyote and Raven, Crow is considered trickster. According to the Alaskan Tanaina Tribe, Chuylen, Crow, can shape-shift into a young handsome man. In this shape, he can trick people into getting what he desires. When he is in the shape of a crow, he does the same to animals.


Raven, Enigmatic Pagan Symbol

Sources:

Andrews, Ted, Animal Speak (Llewellyn Publications, 2002)
C.
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Check here:

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swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.


I once paid money for ladybugs to eat the stupid aphids.

The ladybugs were gone within two days. Bad move.


... they musta all come here then MS C... lol, and cuz I've just gots tons and tons of 'em. In facto... most everyone in town will ask me why I never cut down and/or burn out all of my Pampas Grass every year... and I tells 'em that I don't do it cuz Pampas Grass is one of the ladybugs most favourite of all places for to settle on in and wait out the Winter.
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That's why you're the man. I don't even know what Pampas Grass is? If the beetles like it, and they are not harming it, YaY!!!!! Don't mow it. But, you knew that. :)
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Check here:

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swarming bugs, crows, etc.

Something is coming.

Evil winds blow nobody good.


I once paid money for ladybugs to eat the stupid aphids.

The ladybugs were gone within two days. Bad move.


... they musta all come here then MS C... lol, and cuz I've just gots tons and tons of 'em. In facto... most everyone in town will ask me why I never cut down and/or burn out all of my Pampas Grass every year... and I tells 'em that I don't do it cuz Pampas Grass is one of the ladybugs most favourite of all places for to settle on in and wait out the Winter.


That's why you're the man. I don't even know what Pampas Grass is? If the beetles like it, and they are not harming it, YaY!!!!! Don't mow it. But, you knew that. :)
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... lol, and again, and as per that thar other thread too... if I only knew how to post those pic thingies I would show ya what Pampas Grass looks like... and I am more than most sure, and especially with you being in Florida there... that you know Pampas Grass very, and very well too. And no... ladybugs don't hurt Pampas grass at all... they only go after the 'bad guys' in the garden, and so to speak.

... and too, and btw... here's 2 little insect kinda factoids for ya too... the most poisonous spider in the world???... well, lol, it's the Daddy Long Legs spider. Thing is though, is that its mouth just ain't big enough for to bite most anything. And two... the most vicious killer of all the insects out there???.... is one of our bestest garden friends ever... and yes, it's the ladybug.
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There have been reports of crows shooting bees out of their mouths. Oh, and they are carrying bird flu. The crows and the bees.
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Ladybugs? Lady freaking bugs?...I ask for DOOM and this is what you bring me?



Wake me up when Godzilla strides ashore breathing fire.
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perhaps the crows are amassing BECAUSE the ladybirds are swarming?

clever bastards them crows are. never turn their nose up at a free meal!
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There have been reports of crows shooting bees out of their mouths. Oh, and they are carrying bird flu. The crows and the bees.
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What an awesome sight that must be! Presumably this is yet more proof of the flat earth scam :P
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Werd to dat, OP.

Been noticing an unusual amount of ladybugs here in N Texas this winter.

I think this can all be attributed to the changing of our magnetic field.
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We have been having some unusual activity here concerning Crows hanging around two very old coffins that were donated to our paintball field. Seems they are awaiting something that was once inside to come out again. Read about it here on April 1st... www.mtdoompaintball.com

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