"Feather Magic" means that the Angels drop feathers in my path all the time. I have loads of feathers from all sorts of birds- just found, dropped in my path. I was taught by a Shaman who told me that the Great Spirit does these things as signs to us.

Apparently, it is rubbing off on Wade. Last night, he worked security inside a carpet factory. This morning, he found a Mockingbird feather in his pocket! He has no idea how it even got there! I know these feathers from my time in Mississippi. Who would think that he would find a non-native bird feather in his chest pocket (which has sealed flaps, by the way!)?

Have you had any experiences like this? And what does it really mean?

Featherly Blessings,


asked 03 Jul '12, 01:27

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edited 03 Jul '12, 04:38

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Barry Allen ♦♦

Many cultures more in touch with nature believe in the spiritual significance of feathers. I think this is really a wonderful sign that all is well and the fact that the pocket was sealed and the bird is not native to your part of the US means that God/the Universe is trying to tell Wade to have no doubt about it!

My own feather story took place a month ago when I first arrived on Inward Quest. Somewhere I read a throw away comment about "blue feather manifesting". I had never heard of it but assumed it meant you asked for a blue feather and waited for one to turn up as a sign of encouragement. Most feathers in this country are either dirty cream or muddy colours - our native birds are not the most colourful and I couldn't remember ever finding a blue feather. About half an hour later I got into the car and found a blue (dyed) ostrich feather on the seat - a remnant from a hat my daughter had been making at school. The feather wasn't what I was expecting but the sign was unmistakeable - have more faith!

"Sacred Feathers" by Maril Crabtree looks like quite a good read.


answered 03 Jul '12, 04:27

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Thanks, Cath- you made my day! I sometimes feel like I am crazy, but I get these feathers every time I need a sign. It;s cool! I am glad you got your blue feather! <3 Jai

(03 Jul '12, 06:10) Jaianniah

@Jaianniah - IMHO you are a real asset to this website with the questions you ask Jaianniah :] Try googling "Sacred Feathers" because that lady has a website - I think you'll find it really heartening.

(03 Jul '12, 06:20) Catherine

Yes many people I know have experience this, some in dramatic fashion. My wife ask God to drop a feather if she was supposed to go on with certain work. 20 minutes later guess what a feather dropped in front of her. I could go on with others. Blessings!!!


answered 04 Jul '12, 16:57

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Blessings to you, too! <3 Jai

(04 Jul '12, 18:17) Jaianniah
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