What Does It Mean When You See a RED CARDINAL?Apr 01, 2020 12:05AM ● By Margaret Mary Jones
As the Publisher of this Central FL edition, one of my favorite tasks is choosing cover art. This April month I chose a red cardinal for good reason. If you see a red cardinal, take notice! Quoted below is an excerpt I found while searching online last year (when my father was passing with Parkinsons). And, just weeks ago (the first morning I moved into my new office), a red cardinal perched in a bush next to glass door, within easy viewing and stayed here for just enough minutes. I felt immediately assured.
Cardinals have been considered messengers sent by the spirit world for countless years. This notion spreads across a number of different cultures — wherever these beautiful red songbirds are found, the legend arises. It’s, therefore, not too surprising to see the word “cardinal” used to signify an important or meaningful object or relationship. Whether it’s cardinal angels, cardinal directions, or cardinal colors, the use of the word denotes something big and noteworthy.
which means either an axis or a hinge — a point which everything revolves around or holds all moving parts together. Cardinals are, resultantly, viewed as the revolving point between
our world and the spirit world, acting as messengers between the two.”