Cervus brasilicus (Cerv) = Hirsch aus Brasilien


Vergleich: Siehe: Mammalia    


Negativ: Geschmack „Wie Brotteig“ im Mund;


Gemüt: Ruhelos/traurig (tagsüber)

Schwindel: im Allgemeinen

Mund: Schmerz in Zunge/Geschmack - metallisch/verändert

Innerer Hals: Hitze

Männliche Genitalien: Erektionen abends

Glieder: Schmerz in Ischiasnerv/Schwäche in Unterschenkel

Schlaf: Komatös/erwacht häufig/gähnt/kurz/leicht, nicht tief/ruhelos/schlaflos (durch Sorgen)/schläfrig

Träume: schwarze Gespenster/Haft/hört Schüsse

Allgemeines: Schmerz (wund schmerzend)




Vergleich: Enthält: C; Ix-d. (= Deer tick).

Ol-a. (gewonnen aus Hirschhörner). 

Calcium phosphoricum. cornus e cervi

Hartshorn calcinated (= subjected to heat) to whiteness/= horn of the male European red deer 

Ol-an. = Stinköl/= Oleum Cornu Cervi

            Scolo-v. = Hirschzunge

[Karasee Pillay]

Signature: A subdivision of elk. Elk and deer medicines are 'love medicine.' Deer medicines are sweet-scented so that Deer like to sleep in them so that they don't smell like Deer.

Cleavers (Galium aparine), Hay-scented fern, and sweet leaf (Monarda fistulosa).

[Medicine Cards]


One day Fawn heard Great Spirit calling to her from the top of Sacred Mountain. Fawn immediately started up the trail. She did not know that a horrible demon guarded the way

to Great Spirit's lodge. The demon was trying to keep all the being of creation from connecting with Great Spirit. He wanted all of Great Spirit's creatures to feel that Great Spirit

did not want to be disturbed. This would make the demon fell powerful, and capable of causing them to fear him.

Fawn was not at all frightened when she came upon the demon. This was curious, as the demon as the archetype of all the ugly monsters that have ever been. The demon breathed fire

and smoke and made disgusting sounds to frighten Fawn. Any normal creature would have fled or died on the spot from fright.

Fawn, however, said gently to the demon, "Please let me pass. I am on the way to see Great Spirit."

Fawn's eyes were filled with love and compassion for this oversized bully of a demon.

The demon was astounded by Fawn's lack of fear. No matter how he tried, he could not frighten Fawn, because her love had penetrated his hardened, ugly heart.

Much to demon's dismay, his rock-hard heart began to melt, and his body shrank to the size of a walnut. Fawn's persistent love and gentleness had caused the melt-down of the demon.

Due to this gentleness and caring that Fawn embodied, the pathway is now clear for all of Great Spirit's children to reach Sacred Mountain without having to feel the demons of fear

blocking their way.

Deer teaches us to use the power of gentleness to touch the hearts and minds of wounded beings who are trying to keep us from Sacred Mountain. Like the dappling Fawn's coat, both

the light and dark may be loved to create gentleness and safety for those who are seeking peace.

If Deer has gently nudged its way into your cards today, you are being asked to find the gentleness of spirit that heals all wounds. Stop pushing so hard to get others to change, and love

them as they are. Apply gentleness to your present situation and become like the summer breeze: warm and caring. This is your tool for solving the present dilemma you are facing.

If you use it, you will connect with Sacred Mountain, your centering place of serenity, and Great Spirit will guide you.


Deer in the contrary position indicates that you are courting your fear by fighting the internal demons of negative ideas. This is a clue to you that force is not always the best method.

You may not be willing to love yourself enough to feel your fears and let them go. You may be projecting your fears on others. It may also be others whom you fear, reminding you of a time

when you reacted to life in much the same manner. At any rate, love is the key. The only true balance to power is the love and compassion of Deer. Be willing to find things to love about

yourself and others, and your demons will melt away. Your fears cannot exist in the same place that love and gentleness abide.

Remember, Fawn can teach you many lessons about unconditional love. In its true application, unconditional love means that no strings are attached. The gentleness of Fawn is the

heart-space of Great Spirit which embodies Great Spirit's love for us all.


As a power animal, Deer stresses that there are other ways than force, and shows that there is a power in the gentle word and touch, and that strength comes through caring.

You are confronted by those whose attitudes cause you pain and sorrow, and sometimes even fear. But it is they who are the wounded ones, and whoever tries to help them will only

make matters worse. To soothe them you must touch their hearts with the healing balm of the gentle spirit and the embrace of kindness.

Deer teaches the need for compassion and kindness towards others and yourself. Don't drive yourself so harshly! Be gentle with yourself, and you will cease to project your fears onto

others. Deer is a power animal that is directing you towards a serenity of heart, mind and spirit.

Gentleness has the power to melt a heart of stone. Be gentle with yourself and offer kindness to all living things.

Source: Sams, Jamie and Carson, David


Allerlei: Attribut Roman: Diana. o. Flora/Greek: Artemis

Hellas: Actaeon followed a stag and came upon the valley where Artemis was bathing. Artemis was furious and turned Actaeon into a stag

Hubertuslegende: Heilige auf der Jagd vom Anblick eines prächtigen Hirsches mit einem Kruzifix zwischen den Sprossen des Geweihs bekehrt wurde. Hubertus = Schutzpatron der Jagd/

der Hunde; Helfer gegen Tollwut;

7 Königssöhne werden gerettet durch Verwandlung in 7 Schwäne durch Milch einer einhornartiger Hindin.

China: Hirsch - Reichtum, Langlebigkeit



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