Are Owls spirits visiting?

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MadMan15
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Are Owls spirits visiting?

Unread post by MadMan15 » Sat May 16, 2020 4:53 pm

Something I have often wondered is, do Owls have any signifigance to persons who have passed away?
I ask this as, at the times themselves, I didn't really think much of it, but the continuation of instances have instrigued me to wonder about it. Both times my Grandparents passed away, there was owls present. First my grandmother passed and on that night and for a few days after, we had an owl sitting on the washing line, also colliding with the backdoor. Even more strange was, being away when sadly my grandpa died, however the same night an owl was sitting on the lamppost right outside the house we were in. Upon returning home for the funeral, and the night the funeral happened, we then had two owls this time sitting on the washing line. It seems now every year on both Grandparents birthdays there is an owl sitting on the washing line, whereas any other time of the year you rarely see an owl around. So I'm wondering if there is any signifigance, as I'm aware that some people do believe owls signify life and death. Just my two cents. Cheers Adzo

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Re: Are Owls spirits visiting?

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sat Mar 16, 2024 12:47 pm

I resurrected this one from the archives as an answer for MadMan15.


The owl in history has a chequered past it can signify Knowledge and wisdom but more often than not it is associated with the occult and Moloch. Moloch, or Molech in the original Hebrew text of the Bible — is a Canaanite god associated with the sacrifice of children.


In the Middle East, China, and Japan, the Owl is considered a bad omen and an evil spirit.

For Christians, the Owl traditionally signifies the Devil, powers of evil, bad news, and destruction. Similarly, in the Old Testament, the Owl is an unclean creature that stands alone as a figure of desolation.

Isaiah 34:14
The wild beasts of the desert shall also meet with the wild beasts of the island, and the satyr shall cry to his fellow; the screech owl also shall rest there, and find for herself a place of rest.

In some texts, the screech owl finding for herself a place of rest is a reference to the demonic entity Lilith.

In Australian Aboriginal myth, the Owl is the messenger of bad news. Yama, the Vedic God of death, sometimes sent out the Owl as his emissary.



BOHEMIAN GROVE and the owl.

The owl known as Moloch is riddled throughout history the more commonly known occultic owl is the 40 ft statute at Bohemian Grove, and more recently mentioned in Hillary Clinton’s leaked emails as well as seen on rich elite paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s island.
The Cremation of Care is a ritual performance undertaken at the yearly Bohemian Grove club, where a human effigy is sacrificed to an approximate 40ft stone owl (Moloch)

Some people think the giant 40-45 feet high concrete statue at Bohemian Grove looks more like the devil as the owl statue has horns.
If you look it up on Google Maps you find out that the body of water in front of them is Moloch's Lake. :twisted:
Luke 21:26
Men's hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

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