That is a beautiful picture and experience
I don’t necessarily believe in coincidences, but I also don’t believe everything is a sign from the Gods or Spirits. I would say that with what you described (watching Owl House, thinking about your oracle cards, etc.) it might be worth meditating on.
Owls are sacred to Pluton Greek God of the Underworld but also to Athena and many other deities, as @TheTravelWitch has mentioned.
According to World Birds, owls have a lot of significance in many different cultures and respects. I’m not sure what type of owl this is, but here is a bit of information you may want to read.
Seeing an owl in your area is the same as seeing one in your dreams.
Single Owl – Seeing an owl in your dream means you should be aware of what’s happening in your surroundings. Borrow the owl spirit animal’s power to see things on a higher level.
Barn Owl – It symbolizes good financial situation in the near future
Common Owl – It is a sign that you should focus more on yourself and your needs for a change.
Owl Mythology and Folklore
Owl mythology is perhaps the richest and dense of all. You can find a reference to it throughout various cultures, folklore, and traditions globally.
In Greek, Athena symbols are arguably the most widely known symbol in owl mythology. Since owl was her sacred animal, if any of the soldiers spotted an owl on the battlefield or flying over it, then it would mean the goddess of war smiling upon them. Sighting Athena symbols would instantly turn the tiding of the battle in favor of the one seeing it first.
The Egyptian owl god is a fierce guardian of the scared occult knowledge. Owl mythology speaks of them guarding the souls of the deceased as they pass to the next plane of existence.
The Chinese culture and folklore much respect the wild side of the spirit animal owl. You can find breathtaking pieces of ancient Chinese art that depicts the phoenix’s immortality intertwined with the legendary fierceness of the owl. Chinese culture also speaks about the owl in bird protection, acting as a shield against all negative energies.
There are also popular references of owl mythology in civilization over time like the Hindu, Roman, and Celtic. While most of them speak about the “angel of death,” almost all of them acknowledge the wisdom and transitional significance of owl.
I definitely recommend looking at this website. They have an entire page dedicated to owls and their significance.