Owls in Jewish Tradition

A Devotaj Sacred Arts Source Sheet

A strong case could be made that of all birds presented in Jewish scriptures, literature, and folklore, the owl is the most despised. After all, during the medieval period, the bird came to be strongly associated with Lilith, a demoness and witch, and in some traditions, the first wife of Adam. 

Birds in Judaism and Jewish Culture (A-Wing and A-Way)

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