The symbolism that represents the Unicorn is peace, serenity, purity, honesty, majesty and mindfulness to name but a few of the qualities bestowed upon the person in its presence. When the Unicorn appears, its humble energies infuse all of these qualities into the local vicinity and will attract all creatures of the light to it. As the flame attracts the moth, as the honey tames the bear, the Unicorn attracts creatures of the light.
The Unicorn has been subject of myth and legend since before time began, typically magic, Arthurian legend, Merlin, even the Persian and eastern cultures also pay tribute to this most beautiful of animals. To conjure this animal and to bring this animal forward as your totem is to simply believe, Angels are our guides where as Unicorns are our companions to believe in them is to manifest them into reality. Various Romans described Unicorns in many different ways, with one horn, two horns, hind legs that are powerfully built, a lions mane and tail, a hippos front legs. They have been seen in Persia, Europe, Greece, Gaul and Britain, it would seem that they have been seen in as many places as they have varying descriptions. The reconciling fact would seem that they are magical and attracted to the fair of heart and honour. It is known that Julius Caesar became obsessive and had fair maidens put to death with their virtue questioned because they failed to attract a Unicorn.
It is known the Romans winged God Pegasus is a reason for the unicorn to be portrayed with wings, the confusion and furtive imagination of the artists and historians since that time are to blame.
To see a true representation of a Unicorn ask a younger child to draw a unicorn, it will probably be white, horse like, with a big flowing mane, bushy tail and with a single horn. A child using their own words will explain that the unicorn is a symbol of unconditional love.
To dream of the unicorn, or to have the unicorn appear is a statement of spirit showing love, or demonstrating that it is time for you to show love, or maybe for you to love again. Only you will recognize the statement being made whether the unicorn appears in a dream or on the front of a card, it is there for all to see and spirit have placed it in front of you for you to recognize. The Unicorn with the Golden Lion can be seen on each side of the British coat of arms, this is displayed in every court room on the mainland UK, it is also to be seen on every British passport. It is known that the Unicorn is adopted from Scotland heraldry, it is also documented that Julius Ceasar in 1st century AD despite numerous attempts, failed to catch a unicorn.