What do Crows Symbolize?

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There are many different things a crow is seen to symbolize, depending on one's culture. The crow is sometimes looked at as bad luck or a watcher over the dead. In some movies, the crow is depicted as a vampires watcher.
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Birds play an important role in the folklore of many cultures, and the same bird can have a very different reputation depending on its location.
The common crow, for example, has a negative reputation in Europe, associated with war and misfortune. However, many indigenous American cultures value the crow's ingenuity and intelligence. Crows are also often a sign of luck in East Asia.
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Too many folks are quick to associate crows with death or other misfortune. Don't let these misinformed individuals cause you undue despair. Here's a helpful answer (from Yahoo Answers
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Many cultures consider crows to be the keepers of the Sacred Law, for nothing
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Crows/Ravens are VERY loyal to their mate. It is believe that when their mate dies, they mourn the loss and can become depressed. Source(s) I have an affinity for ravens.
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