A Bronze Raven flying upwards
|Foundry||Ateliers MTW Groningen|
|Lenght raven||64 cms.|
|Width over wings||78 cms.|
|Edition||Limited: 8 samples|
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In Native American culture the raven plays an important role and is seen as a supernatural being.
He is the guardian of ceremonial magic and healing.
The raven is the creator of our world, able to shape shift and change himself into any other creature.
The Kelts also considered the raven a magical bird with predictive abilities.
In addition, the Norse god Odin carried a raven on both of his shoulders: his messengers, Huginn (remembrance) and Muginn (memory).