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Scott-M-19
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Where I live are a ton of wild turkeys. Often whole clusters will cross a road where one can't drive through until they all pass. Like 20 at a time. 

I recently saw a turkey with an arrow through its body (someone shot it). This turkey is still alive and has been living for a long time with this arrow. Locals here have named it but I forget the name right now. 

Any ideas on what this could mean?? Very peculiar to witness. 

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Mitryendra80
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Interesting.

I've thought about it but can't come up with anything.

It must be an omen about "wounds" or perhaps living with unrequited desire.

Isn't an arrow an esoteric folk symbol of the planet Mercury, which is often inscribed on Mercury yantras?

And of course an arrow might have something to do with Sagittarius?

I would like to see the birth chart of that turkey. And one for the time that it was struck by the arrow.

S.

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I believe turkeys symbolize sacrifice and giving? If that is right, then I see it as a symbol for sacrificing oneself despite whatever pain/wound/ill health one may have. 

The community I live (where this turkey is along with many other turkeys) has many people who work for wages far less than the skill they utilize and many people often serve or volunteer for free. Many of these people do it despite different obstacles to their health or whatever personal pain they are experiencing but give away themselves for a greater spiritual gain. 

 

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It all depends on the circumstances under which you observed it, I´d say. First, as always: What were you doing? What was on your mind? And then of course more facts may bring more clarity to the situation: Crossing what road? Directions? etc.

I like the sacrifice-idea. The turkey is a symbol for abundance and material welfare.

 

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Mattias

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