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In Celtic mythology, the goddess of war Morrigan was embodied in the image of a crow in battle. In some Western epics, crows are also the species that signal the death of heroes in great battles. They often travel in pairs, and often appear before the woman who is the mother or wife of the heroes to spread bad news.
Today, people in the West still love crows as the embodiment of bad luck. The French believe that crows are the souls of evil priests. The Germans regard the raven as the embodiment of the cursed soul. As for the Swedes, crows cry at night signaling that the souls of the dead are not fully buried. Although scavengers and often signaling death, crows are Bhutan’s national bird. It represents Jarog Dongchen, one of the most powerful guardian deities in this country. In Eastern culture, the regals of the crows appear in many legends, with more mysterious and noble colors.