In Paganism, the white wolf symbolizes wisdom to keep life in both the spiritual and physical realms in balance. The white wolf, also known as the phantom, is an important symbol to Pagans around the world. It lives in b... More »

Wolves are carnivores and mainly eat large mammals, the exact species varying depending on the location. They also supplement their diet with fruits such as apples, pears, melons and various types of berries. More »

Wolves are carnivorous mammals that belong to the dog family. They are the largest members of this family and can weigh up to 175 pounds when fully grown. There are two types of wolves: gray wolves, which are the most co... More »

In shamanism, the zebra is considered a power animal that symbolizes balance and peace. Zebras also represent individuality and unfiltered clarity. In psychic studies, a zebra's black-and-white pattern and ability to cam... More »

The owl is a well-known figure that symbolizes intuition, change and wisdom. As such, its presence can signify a personal increase in any of these aspects of one's life. More »

In Chinese culture, bamboo symbolizes strength, acceptance of the natural flow and openness to wisdom in emptiness. Other meanings of bamboo in Chinese culture include commitment to continuous growth and living a simple ... More »

In Far Eastern mythology, the white tiger symbolizes both the ruling of the fall season and metals. All four mythical tigers carry magical strength, but the white tiger carries a serene presence as well. More »