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After having read a few books with themes of witchcraft in them (ie. Terry Pratchett's Carpe Jugulum), I have come to want to use some of the symbolism found in those books in my own writing.

What I really would like to use is the symbolism behind a specific number of crows- allegedlycrows—allegedly it would foreshadow an event or something of the sort. However there are many variants, and I was wondering what the most common ones were.

After having read a few books with themes of witchcraft in them (ie. Terry Pratchett's Carpe Jugulum), I have come to want to use some of the symbolism found in those books in my own writing.

What I really would like to use is the symbolism behind a specific number of crows- allegedly it would foreshadow an event or something of the sort. However there are many variants, and I was wondering what the most common ones were.

After having read a few books with themes of witchcraft in them (ie. Terry Pratchett's Carpe Jugulum), I have come to want to use some of the symbolism found in those books in my own writing.

What I really would like to use is the symbolism behind a specific number of crows—allegedly it would foreshadow an event or something of the sort. However there are many variants, and I was wondering what the most common ones were.

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Symbolism of number of crows?

After having read a few books with themes of witchcraft in them (ie. Terry Pratchett's Carpe Jugulum), I have come to want to use some of the symbolism found in those books in my own writing.

What I really would like to use is the symbolism behind a specific number of crows- allegedly it would foreshadow an event or something of the sort. However there are many variants, and I was wondering what the most common ones were.