As a symbol across many cultures, feathers have always represented a connection to spiritual realms and to divinity. And because of their connection to birds, they have always been a symbol of flight and freedom, not just physically, but also in a mental or spiritual sense.
What do 3 feathers symbolize?
The symbol of three feathers was popular in ancient Christianity, especially among the Medici, who used them as an emblem representing the three virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity. For me wearing a feather gives me a sense of peace and connection to the spiritual realms.
What does finding a feather mean?
Finding a white feather could mean any of the following: Angels are near: The first meaning is simply that angels are nearby. This could be someone they know who passed on or a patron saint. Watching over you: The most common meaning is that a loved one is watching over you.
What do white feathers symbolize?
The white feather is a widely recognised propaganda symbol. It has, among other things, represented cowardice or conscientious pacifism; as in A. E. W. Mason’s 1902 book, The Four Feathers. In Britain during the First World War it was often given to males out of uniform by women to shame them publicly into signing up.