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Ravens are one of the most intelligent animals on the planet....
Notice I did not say Bird....I said Animal.
Having worked with and collected skulls for 30 years, I recall comparing
the Raven skull with one from a Seagull.
Now understand, these birds are about the same size. Yet, viewed from
above, the Raven's skull is fully Twice the width of a Seagull's....

The symbolic meaning of the Raven in Native American Indian lore describes
the raven as a creature of metamorphosis, and symbolizes change/transformation.
In some tribes, the Raven is considered a trickster because of its transforming/changing attributes.
Native holy men understood that what the physical eye sees, is not necessarily
the truth, and he would call upon the Raven for clarity in these matters.
Foremost, the Raven is the Native American bearer of magic, and a harbinger of
messages from the cosmos.

Forever fascinating and mysterious, they live a complex life of family
and social strata, they have a language of sounds, and they collect
things they like. They've even been trained to talk.

This is a casting from an Actual Raven Skull that a friend of mine found on
the beach near our homes. Raven skulls are very rare, and some believe
they hide the bones of their dead. Who knows?

This is a One of a Kind Raven, for there are some mottled spots on one side,
shown in the second picture, and although some people would not like this,
others would see it as more authentically representing bone, as bone
frequently has odd spots and stains.

There will be more listings a bit later, for ones that don't have spots...

This piece would bring a special energy to your own personal altar or shrine,
and is wonderful to meditate with.

This is cast in a hard Gypsum Cement called Hydrostone, which is the
material I use to do most of my castings.

The piece measures 4 inches long and about 1.5 inches tall.
It has been finished in a natural look, using acrylic paints and finishes.
Each one is slightly different, so know that yours will be unique in
shadings and small details.

Raven's Skull a Nature Casting