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BEETLE FAMILY

Discernment

Lady Bugs

Beetles have been on the earth for about 300 million years and are the most numerous of all Insects. Since Beetles are the largest order in the animal kingdom, to describe Them as a single group is impossible. Aristotle named Beetles “Coleoptera” (Sheath or Shield Wings) because their hardened front wings cover their hind wings like a shield. The name “Beetle” comes from the Old English word for “little biter”.

“Good” Beetles include Dung Beetles, who scavenge on animal excrement or dung. They roll the dung into a ball, which They bury for future use. Dung Beetles help to clean up the environment. Leaf Beetles are an example of “Bad” Beetles. No sooner than leaves appear on trees than do Leaf Beetles emerge and eat them away. If They are unchecked, these colorful Beetles can deforest an area.

Beetle teaches us not to take everything on face value. Some colorful Beetles are destructive while others such as Lady Bugs (Lady Beetles) are beneficial. Take each Beetle on Its own merits. Teaches Beetle: You must use discernment in all your affairs.

Beetle Family’s Teachings Include:

“Some Beetles are good signs, and some are bad signs and bad powers. You need to learn which ones mean what in your area by studying their behavior and what occurs after you see one. Some Beetles are messengers of good and bad weather. In some cases, beetles have devastated acres of trees, but they symbolically warned everyone before the attack.” Copyright: “Spirits of the Earth”, Bobby Lake-Thom.

Beetle Family’s Advice Includes:

“Beetle signals a confirmation we are on the right track and we should pursue our goals.” Copyright: “Animal Tarot”, Ted Andrews.

Beetle Family’s Wisdom Includes:
Innocence
Movement of Purpose
New Life
Warning
Resurrection
Study
Knowledge
Judgment

Take time to read what the Individual Beetle Teachers have to teach.


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Photo of Lady Bugs (Lady Beetles) courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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