Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Cherokee Screech Owls


Screech Owl Feather

I have a friend that lives in my building. One night he and I were talking outside and he told me about experiences he has had with screech owls. Now, my friend is two thirds Cherokee and the Cherokee legend says that they believe that the screech owl acts as a consultant to keep them in line and that a screech owl could also bring on sickness as a punishment. Also the some Cherokee women would bathe their children's eye in water with owl feathers in it because they thought it would help the child stay awake.

In my friends case he would at times see screech owls and. He told me that the owl would speak to him but that he could not understand what it was saying and also, that he would respond in a language that he didn't understand either.

The one thing that he did understand and know for sure was, Every time he would see a screech owl and would speak that strange language with it, someone he was close to would die within a few days. He told me that a screech owl had made it's home in a large bird house that his son built in the back yard. The owl only stayed in the bird house for about a week but the one night the owl was screeching very loud and my friend went into his strange language mode and then the owl was gone.

Two days later my friend's wife was talking to her mother on the phone and all seemed well. However, during their phone conversation, my friend's wife's mother died. she never said anything about feeling ill at all. She just died while talking on the phone. Since his mother-in-law was a very healthy women and not over sixty years old an autopsy was performed and the report came back as cause of death undetermined.

Another time he saw a screech owl and in a few days his best friend died. Yet another time three days after he saw and heard another screech owl, his cousin died a very fast and unexpected death. My friends cousin was laughing at a joke that was just told and he very simply dropped dead.

Believe me when I say to you that when my friend sees a screech owl, he becomes very worried about himself and his loved ones. Even though there are a few cultures that consider the screech owl to be a good omen or a protector  of fertilely and power. My friend only sees sadness and death when he sees and hears one.


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7 comments:

  1. Very interesting, although I feel badly for your friend. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Hmm something's not right here. The owl is clearly a Harbinger (spirit warning of doom or death) but I dont think he/she is causing the harm. But those deaths are not normal either. Ask your friend to go to a Cherokee Clergyman or Shaman and ask about this, he should also have a recorder with him at all times to record the language he is speaking. He may actually be speaking Cherokee.

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  3. "two thirds" Cherokee?

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  4. Mexicans and other latin cultures believe the same stories about the white owls. When I was younger, my nieghbor was telling us kids scary stories and that one in particular always stuck in my mind. I have seen and heard the owl screech at night and one time it came to my window in the middle of the day. My aunt passed away days later. In my experience, it doesn't always mean death in just my own family but also death of a someone I don't know but I'm linked to through friends. Also i never heard owls speak to me. You guys may want to read about a demon named Lilith, supposedly she was the first wife of Adam before Eve, anyways she is evil and is also known as night screecher, its very creepy.

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  5. Interestingly this happens to me, everytime I see an owl someone I am linked to dies whether its a friend, relative, or an acquaintance. So everytime I see an owl I am terrified, only once has an owl spoken to me when I was a young boy, now its usually just when I see or hear them....

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  6. Mexicans are descended from Native Americans as well, that's why they hold the same beliefs.

    But what they fear isn't the Owls thenselves but Hags (Demon witches) who take on the form of Owls or other predatory birds at night, or sometimes balls of fire.

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  7. I believe that this is a Curse placed either on his family (Generational Curse) or on himself.


    If it's a Generational Curse this may help : http://www.smg-ri.org/pwsm-ri/Ritual-Prayers/Breaking-Generational-Curses.html

    Although it's a Catholic Ritual non-christians can change the name of Christ to whatever God they believe in.

    And non-catholic Christians can still use it. All it does is mention Christ and the Cross.

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