To see a white owl during the day is a good omen, it means you are being watched over and guided by someone wise in the spirit world.

A typical myth is that if a white owl sits on your roof, someone within your household will be very ill, or signifies a death.

Petting an owl is absorbing mystical wisdom.

To be bitten by an owl means your children will be dumb.

(Reader Submitted by Pandora)

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7 Responses

  1. Hi my sister live in Hacienda Heights in Paso Real St. and across the street from her there is a tree with a lot of White owls.They talk all night and my sister said one time that she saw one staring at her in the morning and she and it were staring at each other for a while and I’d like to know what it means.

    A concerned citizen

  2. Greg says:

    I saw a white owl this morning getting attacked by a crow , does that mean anything

  3. kattie says:

    i saw an owl on my porch looking at me cuz every time i turn around it was there for bout 5 min

  4. Rebdomine says:

    I like the last part,”To be bitten by an owl means your children will be dumb.” Hilarious.

  5. say what? says:

    no fair!harry potter has great wisdome!!!!!XD

  6. Maria says:

    Me and my mom were neighbors back in the day(back @22-23 years ago), and one night me and her were talking,I would say around 12:30 at night, inbetween our houses. I live in the Imperial Valley, Southern California, by the way. Anyways, as we were talking we both looked up and there we saw a huge all white owl flying low over us, and neither it or us took our sights off. It stared at us as we stared at it, and it’s wings were stretched out just gliding over us. My mom, because of her superstitious belief, started to tell it off(growing up we were told owls were used for witchcraft). It flew up on a tall tree and stayed there. We were freaked out, never ever had we seen a white owl, just small grey field owls. We didn’t think nothing of it and each of us went inside, but its been years and I just can’t get that out of my head. Did it mean anything,I don’t know. I would love some feedback. We grew up loving animals and would never think of hurting it. I never saw it again. I didn’t even think that white owls would be in our area, that’s what made me wonder in the first place.

  7. Maria says:

    Thank you for any insights.

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