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In Celtic folklore, a pair of Crows are often associated with battlefields and war. They are considered omens of impending conflicts or guides for warriors in the midst of war. Two Crows flying together might be perceived as an omen of victory or a sign of divine guidance during times of conflict. In Norse mythology, a pair of Crows is closely linked to Odin, the All-Father and chief god. Odin is depicted accompanied by two Crows named Huggin and Muninn who represents thoughts and memories respectively. These Crows fly across the world and gather information to bring them back to Odin.

The Two Crows

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