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||two crows, one means love, one means lost, together they are a reminder of my…

||two crows, one means love, one means lost, together they are a reminder of my…

As I toured the area where the Inuit resided I encountered the Raven Father. The Raven Father was a key figure in Alaskan Inuit mythology. They created him with the created of the world. First he created dry ground, then man, various species of animals, plants, and women. In that order. The Inuit believed that if anyone killed a raven it would bring about terrible weather.

As I toured the area where the Inuit resided I encountered the Raven Father. The Raven Father was a key figure in Alaskan Inuit mythology. They created him with the created of the world. First he created dry ground, then man, various species of animals, plants, and women. In that order. The Inuit believed that if anyone killed a raven it would bring about terrible weather.

The Raven Giclee Print on Stretched Canvas of Dark Gothic Crow, Black Bird on Panel Ready to Hang, Black and White by GrayArtus on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/231637488/the-raven-giclee-print-on-stretched

The Raven Giclee Print on Stretched Canvas of Dark Gothic Crow, Black Bird on Panel Ready to Hang, Black and White

The Raven Giclee Print on Stretched Canvas of Dark Gothic Crow, Black Bird on Panel Ready to Hang, Black and White by GrayArtus on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/231637488/the-raven-giclee-print-on-stretched

I came to see you. I was flying south for the winter anyways, and it would of been rude not to. Whats that you just wrapped around my claw????

I came to see you. I was flying south for the winter anyways, and it would of been rude not to. Whats that you just wrapped around my claw????

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