Native american zodiac signs raven

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Native American Zodiac Sign: Raven

September 22 – October 22 (Northern Hemisphere) 
March 21 – 19 April (Southern Hemisphere)

Element: Earth and Air
Western Zodiac: Libra ♎
Color(s): Brown, Blue
Traits: Peace-loving, Diplomatic, Friendly, Intelligent, Fun & Playful
Compatible Spirit Animals: Deer, Otter, Owl, Salmon
Associations: Magic, Insight, Prophecy, Shape-shifting

Those born under the sign of the Raven (also sometimes designated as Crow), is the diplomat of the zodiac. They tend to have a positive outlook on life and strive for balance, unity, and harmony. Many Native American tribes believed Raven was originally a white bird but because of various decisions and sacrifices, it eventually became black. For instance, the Tlingit and other native tribes along the Pacific Northwest, held the belief that Raven was white until he stole the sun from one who wanted to keep us in darkness. The soot from the smoke hole where Raven had stolen it and the scorching sun in his beak had turned his beautiful white feathers coal black. As a creator and giver of light, Raven is honored and this often reflected on totem poles and in native art.

Ravens can be curious to a fault, however, their intelligence and ingenuity makes them highly adaptable and successful in a new environment or situation. Those born under this totem animal are naturally sociable and like to hang out with other Ravens – they tend to seek out their own kind, known as “a murder of ravens” – and desire to be accepted in the group.

Raven is part of the magic realm and those born under Raven clan often have a strong ability to connect with the spirit world. Receiving messages from the other side and bringing them to light can help you shape-shift your lives dramatically. Many tribes consider the raven as a guide to the shaman/medicine man. Because of this ability, Ravens can also help others. When Ravens walk their truth path, they can be great communicators, providing balance and unity and giving the world the gift of true inner light and wisdom.

Raven Totem Animal Career: Ravens are well suited for careers dealing with justice and equality, conflict resolution, and in communications. Ravens are wonderful at working in teams and encouraging others. In fact, they thrive in an environment where they can work together with others. However, Ravens will often ignore their own ideas in favor of someone else’s because they want to be liked. One caution for those in the Raven clan is to trust and honor their decisions.

Raven Totem Animal Challenges: While Ravens are excellent at avoiding and resolving conflicts, their peace-loving diplomacy might not sit well with some. Some may not see their easygoing and playful attitude as charming. In the animal kingdom, ravens are of misinterpreted. Also, under extremely difficult situations, Raven’s balance can become upset and they can become moody, spiteful, bossy and vindictive.
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 Below is a listing of the animal, bird, fish or reptile for various birth dates. 


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Goose
December 22 - January 19

Otter
January 20 - February 18

Wolf
February 19 - March 20

Hawk
March 21- April 19

Beaver
April 4 - May 20

Elk
May 21 - June 20

Woodpecker
June 21 - July 19

Salmon
July 20- August 21

Bear
August 22 - September 21

Raven
September 22- October 22

Snake
October 23 - November 22

Owl
November 23 - December 21


December 22 to January 19

Earth
A time for renewal

Animal Totem
Goose

Personality
Hardworking,
Reliable, Serious

Positives
determination, ambition, perseverance

Sub-Desires
integrity

Direction
North, NorthEast

Mineral
Peridot

Emotion
Concentrate on oneself

Negatives
pessimisms, egoism, demanding, rigid

Needs to Work On
express yourself, sociability

Wind
North Wind
Buffalo Totem

Plant
Blackberry Bush

Intentions
Confidence

Best  With Other...
beaver, brown bear, raven

Try to Avoid
pessimism, self-doubt

Element
Earth with Air

Color
White

Best Times
best day: Saturday
best time of the day: between 9 and 11 am, between 9 and 11 pm

Goals
preservation

Life
adaptation


January 20 - February 18

 

Earth
A time of purification

Animal Totem
otter

Personality
independent, dynamic, friendly, unconventional

Positives
good perception, inventor, reform-conscious

Sub-Desires
wisdom

Direction
north

Mineral
turquoise

Emotion
detached

Negatives
eccentric, unpredictable, tactlessness, stubborn

Needs to Work On
courage, tolerance, inventiveness

Wind
north wind
totem: buffalo

Plant
fern

Intentions
imagination

Best  With Other...
raven, falcon, deer

Try to Avoid
eccentricity, stubbornness

Element
air

Color
silver

Best Times
best day: Saturday
best time of the day: between 11am and 1pm, between 11pm and 1 am

Goals
knowledge

Life
creative power


February 19 - March 20

Earth
a time of stormy winds

Animal Totem
wolf

Personality
artist, gentle, sympathetic, generous

Positives
adaptability, sensitive, understanding

Sub-Desires
identity

Direction
north north east

Mineral
jade

Emotion
deep feelings

Negatives
unpractical, non-committal, anxious

Needs to Work On
creativity, understanding, intuition

Wind
north wind
totem: buffalo

Plant
plantain

Intentions
understanding

Best  With Other...
woodpecker, brown bear, snake

Try to Avoid
lethargy, timidness, the unpractical

Element
water with air

Color
blue-green

Best Times
best day: Thursday
best time of the day: between 1 and 3 pm

Goals
freedom

Life
love


March 21 - April 19

Earth
a time of awakening

Animal Totem
falcon

Personality
vehement and powerful, spontaneous activity

Positives
affable manner, adventure, openness for new things, enterprising

Sub-Desires
cognition through experience 

Direction
north east

Mineral
opal

Emotion
fast and varied

Negatives
impatience, egoist, boastful attitude, egocentric

Needs to Work On
patience, sympathy, perseverance

Wind
east wind
totem:eagle

Plant
dandelion

Intentions
new start, activity

Best  With Other...
salmon, owl

Try to Avoid
intolerance, vanity, arrogance

Element
fire

Color
yellow / green

Best Times
best day: Tuesday
best time of the day: between 3 and 5 am
top form: in the morning
relaxation: in the evening

Goals
leadership and initiation

Life
to individuality by cognition


April 20 - May 20

Earth
a time of growth

Animal Totem
beaver

Personality
methodical, perseverance, inventive, headstrong

Positives
objectivity, staying power, strong will

Sub-Desires
exemption of obligations

Direction
east

Mineral
haematite jasper

Emotion
sensitive, hypersensitive

Negatives
no flexibility, possessive, intolerance

Needs to Work On
flexibility, sympathy, initiative

Wind
east wind
totem:eagle

Plant
clover

Intentions
possession, property

Best  With Other...
woodpecker, brown bear, goose

Try to Avoid
stubbornness, material greed, inflexibility

Element
earth with fire

Color
yellow

Best Times
best day: Friday
best time of the day: between 5 and 7am
between 5 and 7 pm

Goals
possession means security

Life
recognition and possession of lasting values


May 21 - June 19

Earth
The Time of Blossom

Animal Totem
deer

Personality
moody, obliging, communicative, fast and awake

Positives
humor, friendliness, intellect

Sub-Desires
to make the spiritual conscience perfect

Direction
south east

Mineral
agate

Emotion
sensitive, but not far-reaching

Negatives
laziness, restlessness, instability, despondency

Needs to Work On
sympathy, concentration, perseverance

Wind
east wind
totem:eagle

Plant
mullein

Intentions
versatility, open to everything

Best  With Other...
raven, otter

Try to Avoid
superficiality, moodiness, inconsistency

Element
air with fire

Color
orange

Best Times
best day: Wednesday
best time of the day: between 7 and 9 am
between 7 and 9 pm

Goals
concinnity, connecting

Life
coordination


June 20 - July 19

Earth
a time of long days

Animal Totem
woodpecker

Personality
sympathy, sensitive, emotional, protecting

Positives
sympathy, imaginative, thrifty, affectionate

Sub-Desires
to live in the here and now

Direction
south south east

Mineral
rose quartz

Emotion
romantic, motherly, fatherly

Negatives
moody, possessive, resentful

Needs to work on, forgive, agility, intuition

Wind
south wind
totem: mouse

Plant
dogrose

Intentions
devotion

Best  With Other...
snake, wolf, beaver

Try to Avoid
possession, self-pity, envy

Element
water

Color
roseate

Best Times
best day: Monday
best time of the day between 9 and 11 am
between 9 and 11 pm

Goals
development of feelings

Life
assimilation


July 22 - August 21

Earth
a time to mature 

Animal Totem
salmon

Personality
enthusiasm, self-confident, pride, full of energy

Positives
creativity,
magnanimity, generosity

Sub-Desires
stability in feelings

Direction
south

Mineral
carnelian

Emotion
intensive, passionate

Negatives
arrogance, intolerance, despotic, dogmatic

Needs to Work On
ability to judge, emotional stability, tolerance

Wind
south wind
totem: mouse

Plant
raspberry

Intentions
rule

Best  With Other...
owl, falcon

Try to Avoid
boasting, arrogance, indifference

Element
fire with water

Color
red

Best Times
best day: Saturday
best time of the day: between 11 am and 1 pm
between 11 pm and 1 am

Goals
rule

Life
to find a certain goal


August 22 - September 21

Earth
a time for harvest

Animal Totem
brown bear

Personality
modesty, diligence, practical, fussy

Positives
accurate, high ability to judge, moderately

Sub-Desires
perfection

Direction
south south-west

Mineral
topaz

Emotion
analytical, warmhearted

Negatives
workaholic, hypocritical, prudish, grumbler

Needs to Work On
tolerance, optimism

Wind
south wind
totem: mouse

Plant
violet

Intentions
applicability

Best  With Other...
goose, beaver

Try to Avoid
grumbling, skepticism, hesitance

Element
earth with water

Color
brown and violet

Best Times
best day: Wednesday
best time of the day: between 1 and 3 pm

Goals
the examination, permanent effort

Life
learn differentiation


 September 22 - October 22

Earth
the time of falling leaves

Animal Totem
raven

Personality
tolerant, good-natured, charming, friendly

Positives
diplomatic, romantic, idealistic

Sub-Desires
beauty, harmony

Direction
south west

Mineral
azurit

Emotion
sensitive

Negatives
gullible, indecisive, frivol, resentful

Needs to Work On
inspiration, impartiality, perseverance, determination

Wind
west wind
totem: grizzly

Plant
ivy

Intentions
justice

Best  With Other...
otter, deer

Try to avoid
inconsequence, insecurity, hesitation

Element
air with earth

Color
blue

Best Times
best day: Friday
best time of the day: between 3 and 5 pm

Goals
partnership

Life
harmonization


 October 23 - November 22

Earth
a time of frost

Animal Totem
snake

Personality
mysterious, ambitious, determined, intensive, impulsive

Positives
imaginative, purposeful, sharp-sighted

Sub-Desires
spiritual unification

Direction
west

Mineral
amethyst

Emotion
concealed

Negatives
resentful, mysterious, distrustful, stubborn

Needs to Work On
creativity, tolerance, adaptability

Wind
west wind
totem: grizzly

Plant
thistle

Intentions
introspection

Best  With Other...
woodpecker, wolf

Try to Avoid
egocentric, envy, despair

Element
water with earth

Color
violet

Best Times
best day: Tuesday
best time of the day: between 5 and 7 am, between 5 and 7 pm

Goals
satisfaction

Life
sensitivity


 November 23 - December 21

Earth
The time for long nights

Animal Totem
owl

Personality
adventure, independent, warmhearted and jovial

Positives
conscientiousness, adaptability, versatility

Sub-Desires
determination

Direction
north west

Mineral
obsidian

Emotion
warm

Negatives
tactlessness, restlessness, impetuous

Needs to Work On
optimism, enthusiasm, concentration

Wind
west wind
totem: grizzly bear

Plant
mistletoe

Intentions
objectivity

Best  With Other...
falcon, salmon

Try to Avoid
greed, excess, exaggeration

Element
fire with earth

Color
gold

Best Times
best day: Thursday
best time of the day: between 7 and 9 am, between 7 and 9 pm

Goals
communication, understanding

Life
edification

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Raven Totem


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Ever cawing with tact, talkative Raven is the diplomat of the Native American Zodiac. Raven people have a positive outlook on life that’s contagious, along with a ceaseless quest for harmony.

Raven Birth Totem Overview

Raven is the Native American Zodiac sign for those born between March 21-April 19 (Southern hemisphere) and September 23-October 22 (Northern hemisphere).

In Western Zodiac Signs, this birth totem corresponds to the signs of Aries and Libra, respectively. This Western partnering is one that gives whole new meaning to the phrase, “opposites attract.”

Raven, also sometimes designated as Crow, has a sensitive, romantic side.

The main challenge for Raven is trusting in their decisions.

While they seem to be naïve toward others, they are likewise idealistic and curious to a fault. Beware of “pretty shiny items” – things are not always as they appear.

Ravens spend a good amount of time trying to find the right partner. Sometimes, however, they obsess and miss other opportunities both in relationships and situations.

Certain necessities may also go by the way side until the situation becomes so blatant that Raven simply can’t ignore it any further.

The Native American Zodiac depicts Raven as preferring the company of other Ravens.

They do not do well going solo, and continually seek out a Murder (group of Ravens) with which to “hang out”.

Raven totem people love making others happy but may forget to feed the inner-self and strengthen that same happiness.

Once Raven matures enough to give themselves time, he/she will uncover all manner of personal aptitudes that can now shine through to the surface.

Raven Traits, Personality and Characteristics

Raven resonates with the Cardinal direction of West, the West wind and the Element of Air. Raven’s season is the Month of dead Leaves.

Native American tribes, including that of the Hopi, consider Raven a companion to the Medicine Man/Shaman who assists in spirit walks.

Raven sees beyond the here-and-now into the realms of magic, Nature Spirits and Angels. As a result, Raven people prove highly adaptable, and often find themselves seeking out Occult paths at early ages.

Raven has much potential to help others with their true vision, and are happy to offer aid as needed.

A challenge for Raven is the fact that they want to make others happily so badly they often change their stance to avoid hard feelings.

This empathy helps them tune in, but not at the expense of loosing harmony. When Ravens walks their medicine, they are the keeper of great insights, a sense of justice and balance.

The Element of Air drives Raven toward rapid mood changes and high energy levels. They want to communicate and do so very well.

Ravens are part of the Butterfly clan along with Deer and Otter. All these Native American Zodiac signs love keen minds and enjoy anything that inspires fresh ideas.

The Raven’s sacred stone is Azurite, which is perfect for walking between the worlds.

Azurite promotes psychic clarity, its energy charging through the walls of negativity and falsehood.

Carrying this stone gives Raven improved selectivity. Add to that the properties of Ivy – devotion, good fortune, and well-being and you have a paradigm for success!

Raven Totem Love Compatibility

The “R” in Raven stands for ROMANTIC!

Raven has a deep-seated desire to find that one true love.

While they search for this person, Raven will focus on preparing a space for him or her – something beautiful, yet cozy. Don’t be surprised if your Raven partner uses Feng Shui in the home.

Ravens make dependable partners provided they have a strong monogamous relationship. Such fidelity is rewarded by Raven’s on-going quixotic efforts. This includes in the bedroom where they seduce and attend with attention to little details other lovers miss.

The best Native American Zodiac signs for Raven companions are Owl, Otter, Deer, Falcon and Salmon.

Raven Totem Animal Career Path

Raven is well suited to careers that focus on justice and equity.

This birth totem knows how to talk to a wide variety of people, encouraging honest and open communication. Raven is not a loner at work. The idea of self-employment is enough to ruffle feathers.

The caution for Ravens in group work settings is that they may put down a perfectly good idea in favor of someone else’s because they want people to like them.

Raven’s symbolism is that of a messenger, so any job in communications also sets Raven up for a comfortable life with all the tasteful things of beauty they enjoy.

This doesn’t mean Raven is selfish – in fact they will gleefully share their hard earned rewards with family and various charitable groups.

Raven Totem Metaphysical Correspondences

  • Birth dates, Northern Hemisphere:
    Sept 23 – Oct 22
  • Birth date, Southern Hemisphere:
    Mar 21 – Apr 19
  • Corresponding Zodiac Signs:
    Libra (North), Aries (South)
  • Birth Moon: Ducks Fly Moon
  • Season: Month of Dead Leaves
  • Stone/Mineral: Azurite
  • Plant: Ivy
  • Wind: West
  • Direction: West
  • Element: Air
  • Clan: Butterfly
  • Color: Blue
  • Complimentary Spirit Animal:Falcon
  • Compatible Spirit Animals:Deer, Falcon, Otter, Owl, Salmon

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Native American Zodiac Signs \u0026 Their Meaning

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Links in this article take you to our sister-site (WhatisMySpiritAnimal.com) where you can get the in-depth description of your Native American Zodiac Sign.

Throughout the world various cultures used some type of Astrological correspondences to help them in everyday life. From when to plant and reap to what type of personality you might have as influenced by your birth sign, this precursor to the science of Astronomy proved a valuable tool to the ancients. Among some of the most popular Zodiac configurations we find Animals appearing in the stars. Native American tradition is one that feels each person gets a specific animal upon birth that affects and guides h/her characteristics and skills throughout life. Here is a brief overview of Animal Totems in Native American Zodiac & Astrology.

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Native American Zodiac Bear

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: August 23- September 22
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: February 19 – March 20

Native American Astrology depicts the Bear Totem as having strong masculine traits. This does not mean that a woman can’t have a Bear Totem. It may simply manifest differently in personality traits and aptitudes. In general terms Native Americans portray this sign as warm, thorough, optimistic, tolerant and honest.

Those with Bear Totems have a strong internal drive to understand the mysteries, and more importantly use them wisely. This is a wonderful goal, but one that sometimes gets sidelined by procrastination. Of course, when confronted with this issue Bear will simply say they were being careful and moving at a practical speed.

If this is your Native American Animal Sign, you tend toward being rather quiet. You prefer to experience life through careful observation. You never lose sight of the details, and mentally sort them into tidy mental folders for future integration. The most powerful influence in Bear’s life is the physical nature. You will go to great lengths to make sure mundane needs are adequately met. Thus the Challenge for Bear is getting in touch with the spiritual self, and accept that there is more to the world than what we can experience through our senses.

As with Bears in the wild, Bear people need times of solitude to meditate and recharge. This is especially true after times of change – something that makes Bear feel uncomfortable. By going to a safe place of retreat you can digest those transformations and accept them as a new part of your life. In this quietness you will rediscover your inner voice and higher self, both of which you’ll need to progress along the Path of Beauty.

Visit our sister-site to learn more about the birth sign and totem of the Native American Zodiac Bear.

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Native American Zodiac Beaver

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: April 20 – May 20
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: October 24 – November 21

The phrase Busy as a Beaver has some solid foundation in Native American characteristics for those with a Beaver Totem. Beaver holds a lot of nervous energy. This manifests as persistence and willfulness. Beaver people take pride in completing a task and making the effort something valued for many years to come.

Those born under the Native American Zodiac sign of the Beaver seek out financial security. They see money as a means of releasing other burdens and obtain freedom. Even with this goal, they roll with life’s punches pretty well because they’re secure in themselves. And, through acts of compassion, Beaver can help others find that same confidence.

Beaver medicine vibrates with energy of hearth and home. Beaver people take great pride in creating a safe haven for his family. That take similar pride in any task given them; do it once and do it right is Beaver’s motto.

If the Beaver is your sign, you may have some deep-seated pains and uncertainties that you’ve pushed away (in part by keeping too busy to recognize them). At some point in life’s journey Beaver will have to resolve these things, in part by letting someone else share your emotional space.

This sign is very industrious, and eventually see beyond work (the dam) into a greater world. Life is so much more than money or possessions. In building your dam, think of how you transform the landscape of your life and the proverbial rivers of your heart. Recognizing this in positive ways provides personal growth and allows Beaver to flourish and continue toward enlightenment.

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Native American Zodiac Deer or Stag

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: May 21 – Jun 20
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: Nov 22 – Dec 21

Native Americans portray Deer people as good-hearted, humorous and spritely. Among any group of people Deer uses laughter to level the playing ground. Combine that with an amazing oratory ability and you will find it difficult to ever be bored by a conversation with Deer people.

If Deer is your Totem, you enjoy a delightful gathering of people where you can mix and mingle. As you wander and talk, you never lose track of where you are in relationship to others in the space. Really, you are just darn likable, and often take on the task of nurturer in intimate relationships.

The Dear Totem embodies sensitivity but also an inner restlessness. It’s hard to quite your ever-busy mind. Deer loves mental challenges and learning, but may find it hard to turn off the internal chatter at the end of the day.

Most people when they think of Deer medicine they focus on gentility. Nonetheless Deer can be very strong and mindful. These people want to manifest ideas and know it take conscious action to do so. Additionally the Deer Totem has global mindedness that urges them onward toward unifying diverse factions, even those conflicts within her own soul.

If your friend has a Deer Totem, realize you will rarely hear them coming. They are very stealthy and enjoy the element of surprise. Don’t worry, you will find other signals so you’re not always startled upon her arrival.

A common theme among Deer people is the desire for coherency and consistency in a tumultuous world. They have a talent for bringing people together when working for a greater good.

Visit our sister-site to learn more about the birth sign and totem of the Native American Zodiac Deer or Stag.

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Native American Zodiac Falcon

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: March 21 – April 19
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: September 23 – October 22

Those with a Falcon Totem have metered judgement particularly when everything around seems chaotic. They are leaders who act quickly where others delay. Falcon has a strong persistent, resourceful personality that loves a good competition. This is why Falcon people are often drawn to sports professionally or as a pastime. Alternatively they may seek out pioneering projects filled with adventure from which they learn much.

Falcon people are often misunderstood in their self-importance. This is not really ego but a matter of experience. More often than not Falcon is correct in their observations. As a partner and friend Falcon’s Totem energy embraces passion, support and just enough fire to keep things interesting.

If this is your Totem, the Falcon in you is very expressive outwardly. You seem always on the move. The challenge, however, for you is taking serious time to explore your inner self for answers to your life path. Without taking this step Falcon cannot achieve the heights for which they wished. On the other hand, after digging deep, Falcon finds greater wisdom that they use for trail blazing. This is a leap into Falcon’s future in all its wonders.

When soaring on the warm winds, Falcon is beautiful and graceful. From this perspective you can discern so much more. Once something catches your eye, you can now move speedily toward manifestation. Enjoy the moment, and remember to integrate your lesson diligently.

Falcon people have keen eyes. Not much gets by their attention. They have an intense need to live honorably. Additionally when on the ground, Falcon walks carefully understanding the sacredness around.

Visit our sister-site to learn more about the birth sign and totem of the Native American Zodiac Falcon.

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Native American Zodiac Otter

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: January 20 – February 18
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: July 22 – August 22

Those born with an Otter totem are complex individuals. You can never quite get a handle on how they respond or think at any given time. Quirky and a tad eccentric, people in Otter’s circle may not always feel comfortable with the unconventional thought process Otter uses in daily life. Nonetheless Otter medicine has a “go to” spirit that embraces tasks with quick-mindedness and creativity. Beyond that Otter people are very insightful, making them excellent friends and life partners. Otter people love to nurture not just people but situations. No matter the setting these individuals remain honorable, honest, considerate and faithful.

If this is your birth totem you may find yourself incredibly curious about unique philosophies or religions that you can really sink your teeth into. You love to feed your mind and contemplate mysteries, and then put your insights into action. This sometimes results in giving spontaneous lectures (Otter loves the sound of their own voice). Depending on how others receive this information you may need to redirect the Otter so that other opinions come forward.

The spirit of the Otter loves to cavort, sometimes to extremes, and also sometimes where it’s a tad inappropriate. Because of this Otter may become distracted from the matter at hand. In this case Otter usually takes a subtle bit of advice good heartedly.

Generally speaking people born with an Otter Totem remain on the cutting edge of any new flavor of technology, science or even fashion. It’s the idea of taking a subject to new heights using imagination as a guide. As situations require, Otter people will give up a bit of their free-spirit to work for a greater good. The sweet frisky nature of Otter is contagious and endears them to many.

Visit our sister-site to learn more about the birth sign and totem of the Native American Zodiac Otter.

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Native American Zodiac Owl

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: November 22 – December 21
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: May 21 – June 20

Owl as a Native American Zodiac sign is a tad elusive. Owl energy is very friendly and vivacious. Unfortunately sometimes Owl people get so zealous as to become careless, resulting in “no happy endings here, folk.” Even with that detriment, people with the Owl Totem are incredibly adaptable. They can adjust to various new faces and careers relatively easily. In the work place and at home Owl listens closely to others and wholeheartedly supports those they respect.

If this is your birth Totem, you tend to be optimistic about life in general. You seek to understand the human experience and how spirituality affects daily life. Perhaps this is why Owl asks the age old question, “who?”. You have a deep abiding desire to find your truest self in answer to that call. Owl traits aren’t always comfortable. You sometimes crave personal status, and because of this you embroider the truth to assuage ego. This is one of those inner conflicts for which Owl people should remain aware.

The Owl Totem is quiet and observant. They can take people by complete surprise. Those people, however do not surprise Owl who has set sight on bearing, verbal hints and gestures for complete disclosure before ever moving into a new person’s space. This is a protective maneuver more so than one of nosiness.

Owl Totem has some beautiful attributes, so celebrate them. You can see the good in people and situations that everyone else has given up on. As the saying goes if you want the change, be the change (that’s probably Owl’s mantra). Additionally Owl is ever on the move gathering up as much knowledge and trivia as possible. This sometimes becomes superficial so if you have this birth sign make sure you dig a little deeper into your acquired data.

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Native American Zodiac Raven

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: September 23 – October 22
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: March 21 – April 19

Somewhat like our friend the Salmon, a Raven Totem has a lot of energy but it’s focused mainly on one thing: entrepreneurial endeavors. This is an excellent seat for Raven in that they have enough charm to proverbially sell ice to Eskimos. People born with Raven Totem have a solid tripod underneath them composed of brilliance, diplomacy and idealistic outlooks. While that combination makes Raven sound nearly hyper active, this bird has a laid back, dreamy gentleness about them.

Those who enter into relationships with a Raven person receive patience and insightfulness. In an odd dichotomy, sometimes, in the heat of the moment, Raven caws out selfish demands only to realize that their frustration lies elsewhere. Raven will humbly apologize when shown well-founded information (and they will really mean it too).

If this is your birth totem you probably love adventure. You are fast to passion, not wanting to wait. You find yourself constantly on the go, and often don’t set down for a long time. You love the feel and freedom of the wind, but that also distracts you from landing and looking within for knowledge and wisdom that come from past incarnations. Without those insights, you rarely become the leader and trail-blazer for which you hope.

The challenge for those with a Raven Totem is finding a balance between innovation and practicality. Many Ravens don’t achieve this until their 40s or 50s, where they face their life lessons and refuse to repeat mistakes. This is when Raven starts to soar quickly, gracefully and assuredly toward whatever life holds for them in the future.

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Native American Zodiac Salmon

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: July 22 – August 22
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: January 20 – February 18

WOW! Salmon Totems are incredibly energetic. You swear they never sit still. When you meet a person with a Salmon totem you’ll find their zeal very catching. In a group of people Salmon always comes to the forefront with ideas that everyone oddly agrees with, even if the process seems unlikely. Better still, Salmon people often experience success because of their keen-minds and cool perceptions.

If this is your animal Totem, your life seems focused on personal goals and anything that gives your life purpose. When coupled with other likeminded people, Salmon is charitable, empathic and ever the calm voice in any storm. Life partners find Salmon to be very intense, sensual and passionate.

Salmon Totem’s medicine focuses on finding the deeper meaning to life and leaving behind a lasting memory of how that search impacted others or the Earth. Salmon wants to acknowledge people who are often under the water working, unseen. Too often such people receive few accolades. Salmon fully intends to fix that.

People with Salmon Totem have deeply emotional lives. Sometimes those waters are rough. Even so, Salmon forges toward “home” with resolve, particularly when building a family. Salmon is a poet, a bard, an artist who when they deliver themselves to the water come out with brilliant creations.

Because of Salmon’s natural environment people born under this sign are often drawn toward flowing water to think, meditate and refresh their spirit. This is a very healthy undertaking for Salmon, and one that should not be neglected. Without it, the Salmon’s energy lessens as does their ability to see goals thru to fruition.

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Native American Zodiac Snake

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: October 23 – December 21
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: May 21 – June 20

Native American stories claim that the vast majority of Shamans bear a Snake Totem. This is because Snake represents the healer and spiritual guide. Snake is a curious Totem in that they enjoy a few secrets. This naturally encourages others to seek whatever it is that Snake has hidden.

It is not surprising to find Snake people working in medicine or spirituality. They can keep cool in tense situations while also being kind and insightful. Beyond this, Snake people are creative, funny, supportive and passionate when they travel the right circles. Snake has definite drives that they express readily. These drives change as the person grows and sheds their skin for a new awakening.

Snake people do not like having their mind stagnant. They know that their focus on change and progression requires on-going input. This sometimes interferes with Snake’s relationships. They’re very physical and zealous. It’s difficult to release to that energy when your inner voice is calculating the next best move in life’s chess board.

Teachers to the Snake are well to remind them to put down the past pains and contentions. These hinder Snake Totem’s growth dramatically. You will never be able to embrace the next great horizon if your hands are full of yesterday’s gunk.

Spiritually speaking, many born under the Snake totem have a higher calling. In this case their passion and aspirations focus on higher realities and the insights they hold. As with Native American Shamans, the Snake may seek a life of service to a belief system and its adherents.

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Native American Zodiac Snow Goose

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: December 22 – January 19
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: June 21 – July 21

In the Native American Zodiac the sign of the Snow Goose represents action and ambition. These people are go-getters that always have a goal and a plan by which to achieve it. Snow Goose’s drive comes from inner conflict particularly about self-assurance. Every time they begin to feel less than successful, another prospect or competition comes into their lives. They always have higher standards for themselves than anyone else they know.

If you are born with a Snow Goose Totem you have a great sense of humor, express love liberally to others, and engage all five senses when interacting with others and the Earth. You use resources wisely and have a core of determined energies. Even when things seem impossible, Goose keeps purposefully moving forward (albeit at a slower pace than they like).

In terms of hearth and home, Snow Goose dives deeply into the task of nest-building, wanting it to be safe, sound and lovely. The problem becomes that the nest, rather than the people in it, becomes the singular focus. This is a true test for Goose people throughout their lives. They must find ways to connect purposefully with others, and balance that against the latest project. Once achieved, the soul of the Snow Goose blossoms with integrity, sincerity and love.

Stories and lore often depict the “silly Goose”. Truthfully, however, a Goose totem stimulates many positive characteristics. Snow Goose remains faithful when they give their word. When one among the Snow Goose’s circle gets hurt another remains diligently beside them until help arrives. This has a secondary affect other than emotional support. Snow Goose protects one who is wavering, deeply hurt, or spiritually lost wrapping them in downy comfort.

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Native American Zodiac Wolf

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: February 19 – March 20
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: August 23 – September 22

Wolf people seem to be a bundle of contraries at first impression. They like freedom and alone time, but also enjoy a loving relationship that deeply moves two spirits toward the sacred marriage. Those with the Wolf Totem are giving and tender. When Wolf gets too caught up in generosity, however, it can become obsessive. This is one thing Wolf people can check themselves on from time to time.

Wolves do run in packs, and the human Wolf appreciates a small circle of people that they trust. To this Circle, Wolf offers strength and a keen awareness of survival. Additionally, if this is your birth totem you are smart, loyal and have a flair for words. Trust your instincts, they rarely (if ever) go awry.

Wolf medicine involves pathfinding, in their own lives as well as acting in the capacity as a guide for others. This is where the compassion, mystical insights and gentility of Wolf really shines. Wolf is a seer who is honest to a fault. If you ask Wolf a sensitive question prepare yourself for a candid response.

If this is your birth Totem, you always have one paw in two words, the mundane and the spiritual. You are very attuned to your inner voice and may even communicate with Angels and Devas. You are a gifted teacher particularly in the area of care giving and inspiring everyone to walk their true path. See, Wolf is deeply passionate and a person of faith that translates into how they live, which is very noble indeed.

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Native American Zodiac Woodpecker

Northern Hemisphere Birth Dates: June 21 – July 21
Southern Hemisphere Birth Dates: December 22 – January 19

Of all the Native American zodiac Totems, Woodpecker is the most mothering. People born with this totem practice active listening, using empathy and compassion as helpmates. When you need a supportive person in your life, look to Woodpecker. As you might guess, Woodpeckers make awesome life partners, parents and friends.

In terms of finances, Woodpecker is a frugal bird. They will always plan out their budget using as many money saving resources as possible. This characteristic ties directly to the nurturing nature of Woodpecker. They want to protect those they care about, and this is part of the package. The better they manage their world, the happier Woodpecker people become. Give them the space for accomplishment and watch this bird soar.

As a young adult through to the age of 25 or so, Woodpecker people seek out the perfect partner to whom they can give all their devotion. Woodpecker is willing to give up some energy for self to make their partner happy and secure. The caution to Woodpecker people is remembering that no one person defines your happiness. That must come from within.

If this is your Native American Animal Birth Totem, you have a strong connection with the Earth Mother. One way to support that link is through drumming to the beat of our heart. This is one of the methods Shamans use to go into trance so they can walk between worlds. Such a journey fulfills Woodpecker as it provides soulful substance. These spiritual adventures also often provide Woodpecker with emotional distance to better understand difficult matters of the heart.

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Last Updated on April 16, 2020 by Sloane Marie

Unlike some of the Native American zodiac signs, the Raven totem is known for being a diplomat. This astrological sign is naturally full of tact and is talented at maintaining a harmony in their life. It seems like the diplomatic Raven can talk to just about anyone, and their positive attitude is attractive to the people around them.

Want to learn more? You are invited to read through all of our detailed collection about all of the Native American astrological signs as well.

Overview of the Raven Totem in the Native American Zodiac

Someone falls under this totem if they were born between September 23 and October 22 in the Northern hemisphere. In the Southern Hemisphere, the corresponding dates are March 21 to April 19. This means that the Raven roughly matches the Aries and Libra in the Western zodiac, depending on which hemisphere you were born in.

Known as the Crow totem or the Raven totem, this Native American zodiac sign is known for being curious and diplomatic. At the same time, the Raven struggles to trust their own decision-making skills. They have the talent to make wise decisions, but they often second guess themselves.

This sensitive soul has a romantic side and is quite the idealist. In life, Ravens spend a lot of their time trying to discover the perfect partner. Sometimes, they become too focused on their goal of romantic happiness and miss out on other events, opportunities and relationships in their life.

To other people, the Raven may seem naive. This is slightly misleading though because the Raven is guided more by their sense of idealism than naivete. They do have a tendency to be distracted and entranced by things that appear beautiful on the exterior, so it is important for the Raven to make sure that things are actually what they appear to be.

In Native American astrology, the Raven totem also has a tendency to ignore problems and hope for the best. They often wait until the situation is so clearly a problem that they just cannot ignore it anymore.

Unlike some Native American zodiac signs, the Raven totem dislikes being alone. They typically prefer being around other Ravens, and they hate having to go out on their own. The Raven loves to make people happy. At times, this can lead the Raven to forget their own needs. They become so focused on the happiness of others that they forget to recharge their inner self and find that same happiness in their own lives.

As a Raven matures, they learn how to navigate these problems. They discover their unique talents and abilities. A matured Raven shines brightly with their own inner abilities.

The Personality of the Raven Totem

This Native American zodiac sign is connected the the Air Element, the West Wind and the direction of the West. They are also linked to the Month of Dead Leaves. For many Native American tribes, the Raven or Crow is thought of as a companion who helps the Medicine Man on his or her spirit walks.

The Raven has a talent for seeing beyond the earthly world and the present. They can commune with the magical realm and spirits. These tendencies mean that the Raven can often adapt to the world around them and will seek out a spiritual path from an early age. The Raven is also able to help those who want to seek out their own vision in life.

Since the Raven naturally wants to make everyone happy, they are often a pleasure to be around. The only problem is that their desire for harmony means that they ignore their own beliefs. They may capitulate to what other people want just because they want everyone else to feel happy.

Luckily, the Ravens natural empathy helps them understand what others really need. A fully realized Raven is a source of great insight. They help to ring balance and justice into the world around them. Like the other members of the Butterfly clan, the Raven loves inspiring ideas and has a keen mind.

Because of their connection to the Air element, the Raven is subject to rapid changes in their emotions and moods. They are talented at communicating and have a high energy level.

The sacred stone for the Raven totem is Azurite. This stone helps to give the Raven a sense of psychic clarity that cuts through lies and negativity. It helps them to navigate between the different realms. With the addition of Ivy, the Raven is able to pursue good fortune and well-being.

For a career, the Raven should seek out a job that helps them develop equity and justice in the world. Because of their natural communication abilities, the Raven can work with just about anyone. They are great at taking part in a team and are known for their honest communication. At the same time, the Raven has to be careful when they work in groups. They may ignore their own good ideas because they want other people to like them.

As a messenger, the Raven does well in any job that involves communication. The Raven might work hard to enjoy a comfortable life, but they are also happy to share their good fortune. Often, the Raven totem will distribute the fruits of their labor to their loved ones and charities.

Dating a Raven Totem and Love Compatibility

The Raven is a dependable, loving partner. Once they find the person they care the most about in the world, they will be strictly monogamous. This Native American astrology sign partners well with Deer, Owl, Falcon, Otter and Salmon totems.

When dating a Raven, expect a relationship that lasts forever. The Raven’s main goal is to ind a life partner that they can stay with forever. If you want to make your Raven happy, make sure that he or she has a cozy, comfortable home life. Once the Raven totem finds the one they love, they are an attentive lover, seductive in the bedroom and extremely loyal.

The Raven Totem in Native American Astrology

Birth Dates in the Northern Hemisphere: September 23 to October 22
Birth Dates in the Southern Hemisphere: March 21 to April 19
Color: Blue
Season: Month of Dead Leaves
Plant: Ivy
Corresponding Western Zodiac Signs: Libra in the Northern Hemisphere, Aries in the Southern Hemisphere
Stone or Mineral: Azurite
Clan: Butterfly
Birth Moon: Ducks Fly Moon
Direction: West
Compatible Spirit Animals: Falcon, Owl, Deer, Salmon and Otter
Complimentary Spirit Animal: Falcon
Wind: West
Element: Air

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