The DEER represents gentleness and innocence. The deer is found in many myths as it has been hunted for food by many cultures. In some popular myths, the deer lures the hunter deep into the woods where he becomes lost and begins an adventure. Deer’s senses are acute. Their vision is designed for distance. Anyone who uses deer energy will find an increasing ability to detect subtle movements and may notice that they hear the unsaid thoughts of others. The deer loses its antlers every year for their first five years. Sightings of deer may be significant to the observer, who can learn more about its significance in their lives by counting the points on th deer’s antlers and using numerology to gain more information. The doe raises her young alone. Newborn fawns do not move for the first few days, except to nurse. Giving the young a brief opportunity to be still and get acquainted with its place in the physical world can be a guiding principle for humans and their young.