Raven’s Claw! A rose in winter…


A bit of snow fell yesterday and although it was not much at all, it still reminded me that the worst of winter is yet to come. In the midst of that snowfall, the lenten rose was blooming, letting me know that in the darkest and coldest times there is always light and growth. Be ever mindful that when dark times come, there will always be something within that darkness that will bring hope!

I’m receiving impressions of an older woman who passed quite suddenly from a breathing condition. Her husband was with her at the time and she has remained next to him since her passing, She doesn’t feel that he can go on without her. She lingers also around her grandchildren. I get the image of a pocket watch. She will only move on when she feels that her family can cope without her. The name Margaret comes through and the name John.



I will be available for phone readings after 7:30 PM Eastern. My daily availability is always posted on my call page.

I also  have some  availability for in-person and private group readings in the Cape May area for the month of February,  weather permitting! Bear in mind I don’t have a venue for which to do in person readings, I will come out to your home in the Cape May County area.

I am now taking booking for large group readings for the summer, if your venue is looking for a slightly different sort of entertainment, please contact me for rates!

Phone 609-849-8405 or email  ravn@raven-star.org for more information!

All for now,

Machts gut un sei gesund!

R. Scott Bitting (Ravn)



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