Knocking down nesting birds or hurting birds is frowned on and is reputed to bring bad luck upon a house, but when a bird dropping falls on your head, it’s a sign of good luck. Birds also have specific meanings in feng shui and when displayed in the home can bring about recognition and renown, love and fidelity, and even inspire a departed lover to return.
Feng shui-wise, attention is usually paid to numbers, colors, as well as the symbolism of specific birds. Placement in the right direction is also necessary to bring prosperity and good luck. According to feng shui, you should place such artworks in the North and East directions as it brings luck and many helpful friends in your life.
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The Luckiest Birthdates for Every Chinese Zodiac Sign Taylor Markarian You'll have good fortune if you were born on these days—but even if you weren't, they're still the luckiest days of the.Read More
A hummingbird is considered to be a totem by many of the ancient tribes. Its physical abilities and way of living has associated this tiny bird with mighty beliefs. If you have been drawn towards this little-yet-magnificent bird, then this BirdEden article will help you explore into its spiritual significance a little more closely. Get ready for a brief explanation of what does a hummingbird.Read More
A more sophisticated approach to finding a bird with specific field marks is to use the Step by Step Search. You can also try the Wizard to find a bird, which uses a question and answer approach, but again it does not give you the flexibility of the Step by Step Search.Read More
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What a Heron Symbolizes: The Meanings are Compiled Right Here. Herons, known for their beauty and grace, reflect different meanings in different cultures. Peruse through this Mysticurious post, which has done a compilation of the symbolic meanings of herons.Read More
Chinese superstitions. Today, most Chinese people do not believe in superstition but generally speaking, there is still adhere many superstition elements and principles in Chinese tradition. It is world-wide known that Chinese keep tradition of old people. Here are the most popular Chinese superstitions and believes.Read More
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Sailors believe that bird droppings should never be removed from the vessel until after the next rainstorm, which will probably take care of most of the cleanup anyway (source: Martinelli). While most superstitions about bird droppings are positive, some older British tales warn that if the droppings come from a rook, it's actually a punishment rather than a blessing.Read More
The untidy nest of twigs is built by both birds in a tree or shrub. Roots, hairs and fibres are used to line the nest. The male and female usually pair for life. The eggs of the Jay are about 32 mm by 23 mm in size, and are smooth, glossy, and pale blue-green or olive with buff-coloured speckles.Read More