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The Owl is an animal that symbolizes wisdom, intelligence, mystery, and mysticism. On the other hand, this nocturnal bird of prey can symbolize bad omen, bad luck, spiritual darkness, death, darkness, and witchcraft. The owl is the symbol of wisdom, an image that represents the teacher. It is a wise animal that possesses many admirable abilities. How beautiful to realize how many similarities there are between the owl and the good teacher. The owl is a small animal, just like the teacher, who is little seen by society and often not noticed. The owl has sharp eyes that can see in the dark. The good teacher also has attentive eyes capable of seeing what almost nobody sees, and is able to see the darkness that exists inside each student, their difficulties, fears, and insecurities. The owl doesn’t fly high, but teaches its youngster to fly far. The good teacher helps his pupils to soar high, which will make a difference for all their lives. The owl protects her young with all her strength, and just like her, there are good owl teachers, who defend their students as if they were their own children!

Mystical and Spiritual Meaning of the Owl: The owl is a nocturnal bird of prey, which has talons and sees in darkness. For this reason, it can symbolize the moon, mysticism, and good omen. The symbologies attributed to this animal vary greatly from culture to culture. Many associate this bird with spiritual symbolism. For the Australian aborigines the owl represents the soul of women. On the other hand, many beliefs associate the owl with death, disaster, bad luck, that by means of a noisy scream and piercing gaze, they warn that something bad will happen. Nevertheless, in some ancient cultures the owl represented the ruler of the night, guardian of the underworld and protector of the dead. Symbology of the Owl for the Aztecs and in Medieval Europe – For the Aztecs, the owl symbolized the “God of Hell”. Some believe that they are animals that come to earth to eat the souls of the dying. In Europe, during medieval times owls were considered witches in disguise. Even today, the owl is the deity of death and guardian of cemeteries.

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Owl Symbolism in Greco-Roman Mythology – In Greek Mythology, the symbol of Athena (goddess of wisdom and justice) was an owl. This is because she possessed a mascot that, according to legend, revealed to her the secrets of the night through her power of clairvoyance, inspired by the moon. Athena corresponds to the Roman goddess Minerva (goddess of the arts and wisdom), who was also represented by an owl. Because of its ability to see at night, the owl was invoked by the Greeks and Native Americans as an oracle of occult knowledge with clairvoyant power. In other words, when men sleep, owls unravel mysteries, for they “see the whole. Moreover, in Greek mythology, the owl represents the figure of Askephalus (when he is metamorphosed), son of Akeron and the Nymph Orpheus, and guardian of Pluto, the God of the Dead. Importantly, from Greek, the term “owl” (Gláuks) means “bright, scintillating”, while in Latin (Noctua) represents the “Bird of the night”.

The owl is the symbol of wisdom, an image that represents the teacher. It is a wise animal that possesses many admirable abilities. How beautiful to realize how many similarities there are between the owl and the good teacher. The owl is a small animal, just like the teacher, who is little seen by society and often not noticed. The owl has sharp eyes that can see in the dark. The good teacher also has attentive eyes capable of seeing what almost nobody sees, and is able to see the darkness that exists inside each student, their difficulties, fears, and insecurities. The owl doesn’t fly high, but teaches its youngster to fly far. The good teacher helps his pupils to soar high, which will make a difference for all their lives. The owl protects its young with all its strength, just like it, there are good owl teachers, who defend their students as if they were their own children!

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