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Important of Vulture in IFA

Important of vulture in IFA  The vulture is a dirty bird and he feeds on remains of dead animals and birds.  He also feeds on sacrifices deposited in various shrines.  He can be seen around shrines, hunting for sacrifices.  The vultur…

Vulture and other Orisa

Vulture and other Orisa  Although a repulsive-looking and bad-smelling bird, the vulture has long been held in high regard by ancient cultures.  Vulture claws were said to detect poisons in food and drink.  This bird was considered to be…

Characteristics of vulture

Characteristics of vulture Vultures do not copulate, but the female reproduces without male assistance.  Vultures can live for 100 years. ==  Vulture warns of greedy and aggressive individuals; a user. Buzzard characterizes a gloating na…

Having vulture as a spiritual guidance and what you will notice

Having vulture as a spiritual guidance and what you will notice  People with Vulture totems often can see auras and colors around people and things.  The Vulture can see the thermals rising from the earth and uses them to soar into the s…

Spiritual significant of vulture

Spiritual significant of vulture The Vulture is a promise that all hardship was temporary and necessary for a higher purpose.  Once a Vulture enters your life as a totem or guide, it will remain with you for life. Vultures live and work …

Yoruba believe about vulture

Yoruba believe about vulture Ancient Yoruba believed the Vulture was the encompassing overall non-separated union between the day and night.  Ironically, regardless of the less than good image the vulture is typically granted by most. Gr…

Superstition about vulture

Superstition about vulture Superstitions: Vultures have long been thought of as birds of divination.  They never kill their prey, but, rather, devour abandoned corpses. Because of this practice, they are held an omen of coming death.  Vu…

Myth and Secret about Vulture

Myths and Secrets: One of the oldest totems of the Great Mother in Egypt was the vulture, eater of the dead.  Vultures who devoured corpses were regarded as her angels of death, since they carried the dead piecemeal to heaven. Ancient Ir…

Warnings and lesson to learn about vulture

Warnings and lesson to learn about vulture * If Vulture has flown across your path: You are being asked to be patient with yourself and think things through. Take your time before making decisions and choose paths that support your highe…
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