Witches and owls
Witches were often linked to owls. One Greek & Roman superstition believed that witches could turn themselves into an owl and then they would swoop down. Owls represent spiritual influence, wisdom and knowledge in Greece, Rome, and in Celtic mythology while in Africa the owl is associated with witchcraft, wizards. The owls most often believed to be shape shifted witches were, the Great Horned or Screech Owls. So among the Cherokee, the same word.
Occasionally, they attack people in their beds. The Owl is associated with lightning because it brightens the night and with the drum because it breaks the silence. Much love to all we are all made from same creator there is only one creator not. Owl has been coming around a lot more lately. All of a sudden, we hear this screech through the trees coming at us.
Witches and owls - diesem
Driving home on Poetry Road at precisely 10pm I noticed something unusual dead center ahead. So, there is witchcraft here literally from all over the world. In England, it was believed that if you cooked an owl's eggs until they were ash, it could be used as a potion to improve eyesight. Over the years people have adapted the owls meaning to many different things. I live in front of a lake and often see and hear different birds; I would hear an owl in the early morning and at dusk, it was comforting to hear. If a person answered with a similar whistle and did not hear a response, then he would soon die. Members of many of the warrior societies of the plains tribes, such as the various dog soldier societies, also wore owl feathers or used them on their ceremonial objects, such as the Arikara Young Dogs Society, and the Hidatsa Dog Society.