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What is the Meaning of a White Feather?

White Feather

Finding a white feather on the ground may not seem like a ground-breaking discovery, but such a find can actually be a sign sent by your angels. It’s important to be able to tell the difference between a normal feather and one sent directly to you. Once you know that it’s an angel sign, then what? We’ll consider the white feather meaning and explore how this is connected through different cultures all around the world. We’ll examine all the different meanings that such a sign can carry in order to provide you with a complete overview of its significance.

Where will you find it?

The location where you find white feathers does play a role in determining whether it’s likely to be an angel sign or not. If you’re walking through a forest where there are lots of white birds and you find such a feather, it’s likely to just be a feather.

Angel signs of this type appear in unexpected places and white feathers are no exception. You might be sitting in your home when a white feather blows through your door or window, or perhaps you find one on your desk even though you’re sure there wasn’t one there a moment ago.

The location isn’t the only thing that can change. White feathers can appear in many different forms. They can be large, small, thin, thick, fragile, sturdy, and some of them can even appear with unusual patterns of shapes.


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What do feathers Symbolise?

When you find such a feather, one that stands out from any other feather you’ve seen, you can feel confident in the fact that it’s a sign from your angels. There are also different colors of a feather that you could find, such as black, orange, blue, and even gold.

If you find a feather but aren’t sure if it’s a sign or not, hold it in your hand or to your heart and focus on its energy. Listen to what your subconscious mind is telling you and feel whether it’s from your angels. If you can trust in your intuition, even just for a moment, you’ll be able to discover the truth.

What does it mean when you see a white feather?

Now that we’ve established how to tell if your feather is from your angels or not, what does it actually mean? The white feather meaning isn’t always straightforward. There are some common meanings that we can take away from such a discovery, but you’re going to have to trust your intuition in order to learn the true meaning.

Finding a white feather can usually be taken as a sign that your angels are watching over you. More often than not, it represents the presence of an angel. When you find one, it means that one of your angels has just visited you, or perhaps is still visiting you here within the physical realm. You can always take a moment to thank them for their support.

Another common meaning behind white feathers is that a loved one is watching over you from the spirit realm. It’s possible that this white feather is simply a sign of that, but in some cases, it can reflect their desire to make contact with you. Either way, when you find a feather in this instance, you’ll likely feel familiar energy. You’ll find yourself thinking of someone in particular or remembering a moment from your past involving that person.

Finally, feathers can simply represent a good omen. They can remind us to remain strong, positive, optimistic, and determined. No matter what you’re going through in life, this symbol should provide a sense of comfort. It’s telling you to remember that everything is going to be ok!

Across Cultures

All around the world, different cultures have slightly different views on the meaning of a white feather. Interestingly, despite how different one culture can be from the next, the white feather symbolism remains pretty consistent throughout. Within Christian cultures, it’s typically viewed as a symbol of peace and purity. This is something we find almost everywhere.

The incredible thing about this fact is that many of these cultures were born and raised completely isolated from one another. They believed in different Gods, different religions, held different views about life, death, and the afterlife, and yet somehow came to view feather symbolism in almost the exact same way.

Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptians viewed feathers as a sign from the Sky Gods or from Ra, the Sun God who often took the form of a falcon. Ancient Egyptians would view these feathers as being a reminder that the Gods are always watching over us. Feathers also represented Ma’at, the Goddess of truth, justice, law, and harmony. This connects to the Ancient Egyptian mythology surrounding the boundary between life and death.

Famously, the Ancient Egyptians believed that after death, the weight of your soul was determined via your heart and if it was heavier than a white feather, it meant you were impure and would not pass over to the afterlife. A feather of this color can, therefore, be viewed as a symbol of purity and morality.

What do feathers represent in Native American culture?

Native tribes in South America, as well as Native American tribes in North America, view the white feathers from different birds to have different meanings. For example, finding a snowy owl feather means that wisdom and insight will play a major role in your life, and are aspects of yourself that should be focused on.

Feathers from a dove represent love, peace, and prosperity, which is something we are all familiar with. They also connected feathers of this color to the moon, and so viewed them as a symbol of sight: the ability to see things for what they truly are.

Both Ancient Egyptian and American ceremonies would often use feather as part of the ritual. As connections to the spiritual world, they were viewed as keys that could help unlock spiritual abilities and forge new spiritual pathways. If they believed that the feather represented a deceased loved one, they could use it as a guide for reaching out to that person beyond the divide between the spiritual and physical worlds.

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