I had a very interesting dream which I'd like to share. In the dream there was a white, lovable baby owl, stumbling and walking into obstructions and falling over… I kept picking it up and loving it.
A white owl signifies death.
A baby white owl is the beginning of your losing faith and hope in yourself as an incorruptible goddess. The many obstacles of these past years have made you inclined to not feel like living forever. That is exactly the way that death entices us to want to give up on life and start being attracted to death — by piling obstacles up on our journey.
This is the Toltec way of stealing away death's challenges (death's allies) and turning these into your allies. Hardship is turned into personal power through insights. Dearest, as you cooperate with life through surrendered trust, the hardships cease to be hardships and life becomes much easier.
A follow-up question please.
The white owl is also the symbol of the Runes, and of resurrection, no? I was recently told of a dream of a white owl, in which the bird was identified as 'the Owl of the Runes'. Now I am not sure if I correctly confirmed this?
Well, if it was identified in a dream then of course yes, it pertains to the Runes.
The real question is how does one distinguish between the white owl of death and the white owl of resurrection?
Unless the dream specifically indicates that the white owl is for Rune initiation or resurrection, it is always signaling death. BUT, it doesn't mean death has to be the end of life! It could mean the death of an old way of life, or of old habit, etc. As a messenger of the end of your own or someone else's life, the white owl symbol would be revealed in a very dramatic way.
I had a huge white spirit owl fly through my closed bedroom window three nights in a row to signal actual death. Soon after, they stopped my heart in the hospital in order to shock it back into rhythm. This has happened to me three times already — a very dramatic symbol.