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The owl is regarded as a wise creature in a variety of mythologies. Its most famous designation as a wise creature in Western culture comes from Aesop's Fables.

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For the superstitious, an owl crossing one's path means that someone is going to die. However, more generally, this occurrence is a signal to trust one's intuition and be on the lookout for deception or changing circumst...

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White owls symbolize both wisdom and darkness. The Celtic people believed that the owl was a sacred animal.

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