Owl – Native American Astrology

The Owl is the twelfth sign of the zodiac of Native American astrology. Owls are known to be the friends of everybody in the world. Owl people are generally very flexible, natural and warm. They want to live life to the fullest and whole-heartedly love all kinds of adventure. But is must however be noted that at times these individuals can turn out to be reckless, thoughtless and as well as careless. It is due to the dynamic and the adaptable nature of the Owls, that they excel in almost all kind of jobs.

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Owl – Native American Horoscope

If you are an Owl individual, then you are born at the ‘Time for Long Nights’. Owl people have certain distinctions and peculiarities of their own – like, the direction which suits you the best is Northwest; the West wind brings you luck and your conventional totem animal is the grizzly bear. As far as your emotions are concerned, you people are warm, kind hearted and generous.

Basically you people are very objective in whatever you do; versatility, adaptability and conscientiousness are the keywords, which describes you best. Owl natives are generally adventurous, jovial and independent. What requires attention is your power of concentration, your enthusiasm and also your optimistic outlook towards life. You believe life is a form of education and thus you always try to learn what life has to teach you and for this purpose you take even the minutest thing into consideration.

Lucky Color – Gold
Lucky Stone – Obsidian
Lucky Tree – Mistletoe
Element – Fire with Earth
Lucky Day – Thursday
Lucky Time – 7am-9am & 7pm-9pm
Goals – Communication
Compatible Signs – Falcon and salmon
Polarity Totem – Deer
Positive Attributes – Versatility, adaptability and conscientiousness
Negative Attributes – Restlessness and impetuous
Animal Symbol – Owl
Clan – Hawk
Sub-Desires – Determination
Sexual Nature – Adventurous
Nature – Sincere
Function – Changing things
Avoid – Greed and overindulgence

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