The meaning of feathers

WHITE 
White feathers symbolize purification, spirituality, hope, protection, peace, and blessings of the Moon
 
RED 
Red feathers symbolize physical vitality, courage, good fortune, and life. 

BLUE 
Blue feathers symbolize mental abilities, peace, protection. And psychic awareness. 

YELLOW
Yellow feathers bring cheerfulness, mental alertness, prosperity, and blessings from the Sun

GREEN
Green feathers symbolize money, prosperity, growth, health, and fertility. Green and red mixed feathers affect financial matters. 

ORANGE
Orange feathers bring attraction, energy, and success


PINK 
Pink feathers attract love. 

GREY
Gray feathers symbolize peace and neutrality. 

BROWN
Brown feathers give stability and respect. They also symbolize the home and grounding.

Brown feathers striped in black, like the tail feathers of a pheasant, give a balance between the physical and spiritual life. 

Brown feathers banded or mixed with white bring happiness and give the kind of protection that enables one to go unnoticed amidst those who would harm them. 
 
Brown and red mixed feathers bring healing to animals. 

BLACK
Black feathers give the mystical wisdom that comes with true spiritual initiation.
Black, iridescent feathers give mystical insight. Black and white mixed feathers give union and protection. 

Black (or gray) feathers banded or mixed with white give hope, balance and harmony. 

Black mixed with purple means deep spirituality. 

Black, white, and blue mixed feathers brings change. 

PEACOCK FEATHERS 
The “eye” on the end of the peacock tail feather protect against the “evil eye” and stimulates inner clairvoyant vision. 

ROOSTER FEATHERS
The rooster’s two prominent tail feathers (called sickles) are symbols of the God and Goddess. 

The black ones are sacred to the God because of their resemblance to the curved horns of the Horned God. They are also a symbol of male virility. 

The white ones are sacred to the Goddess because they resemble the tool (the sickle) with which grain (sacred to her) is reaped. They also resemble the waxing and waning Moon. 

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