Many people believe that a bird tapping at the window is also an omen of impending death to one of the house's occupants. This belief, associating the entry or interest of a bird in the home or its occupants, stems from the ancient belief that birds are actually the messengers of departed souls, or the souls themselves, come back to guide those soon to die.
I tend to look the other way because in mythology, birds could be omens of death or forebearers for important messages. Maybe you'll get some good news.
I have always heard that ONLY when a bird flies into the window that it will mean death to someone close. If they are pecking it can be a warning by someone who is deceased (guardian angel) to beware or keep an eye on things. It could also just be a deceased visitor saying hello.
No if your superstition it is if a bird flies in the house they say it means that someone is going to pass away soon.
What it probably means is the bird saw itself in the glass as a
reflection and picked a fight with the refraction.
Well, You posted this 2 years ago,so, my answer would be , if you are still alive then no.However if not , then , sadly yes, in your case.
It could, depends on what set of myths and legends you believe in. In the Norse religion, if it was a raven, it could have been trying to give you knowledge, some information you need. Or it could have been tapping at your window because it was trying to open a seed.
No, I think it just means that either the bird is stupid or needs glasses! LOL
We have birds who do that at the kitchen window (at the back of the house) almost every day. One time, after my loving husband bought me a large bouquet of flowers, it started with three hummingbirds and worked its way up through the ranks to the bigger birds.
I think it's very sweet and funny -- I guess it just goes to show that our windows are clean enough after all! LOL
Have you seen that commercial with the two wise-guy black birds and the man running into the patio door?
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Only when the bird flies into the house is when death is said to happen to someone you are close to. I'm a witness to this, as it happened to someone we were close to.
Meaning something isn't right in that house someone from the dead in you family is visiting in a crow way just coming back to try ta tell you something isn't right in you home like if you family isn't right as a instance.
I agree, it means there is a major change in your life. It happened to me.
Birds peck at insects in the corner of windows and windowframes. A spider that is capable of spinning a web within minutes of the windows being cleaned make a tasty treat for the birds.
I'm not sure if it is or not I can say to look at the library and look somethings up I have a basement that you can see underground someone told me lots of people have died in my house I allways hear nosies my hole family does too its a bit scary to me when it comes to things like this with the hole superstitis stuff and gosts
Literally? Well, that he wants to come in.
No, most likely a time of a change in your life.
When I was younger I woke to a black bird tapping on my window. Later that day my grandmother informed me that my grandfather had died
No it means the bird is up to something probably it wants something inside your house or its just probably a crow
In my family, birds meant death of a relative...when I was a little kid, we were eating supper & a bird flew by and pecked on the glass;;; a few hours later we got a phone call that one of my mom's favorite aunts had passed away...a few years later my mom was in the yard, raking leaves, and a bird flew in circles a few feet above her head; try as she might, she could not scare it away.....again, another call regarding the passing of a relative.....and one more; my mom moved to a new home after her divorce and one morning looked out to see several blackbirds picking at her grass....at least a dozen or so...later that day, she got word of another family member who had passed!!!.so perhaps it's just in certain families, I don't know; but it sure is true with mine!! Fortunately for me, I"ve had birds lightly peck my apt. Window but no bad news followed; maybe it was just her sensitivity to things like that!!!
It's just a stupid bird you moron!