Tuesday, 26 April 2016

V is for Vulture-Buzzard:


Vulture teaches the power of purification of the mind, body and spirit. 
Vulture aids accomplishing tasks through great patience and vision, using your sense of smell and discernment, and how to glide and soar with your own energy. 

He teaches efficiency in actions and promises that changes are imminent. 
He shows how to restore harmony of thoughts and feelings so one can reach new heights with little effort. Buzzards will aid in uncovering truths, clarifying previous conceptions, and allow to see and hear subtle hidden qualities using intuition and awareness. 
Buzzard can teach confidence and the ability to stand with dignity and soar with clarity and purpose. He shows how to seek a new and heightened vision while increasing sensitivity. It is time to soar above your perceived limitations.

 Are you currently undergoing an internal death and rebirth cycle? 
Are you ready to assert your actions from your ideas? 
Buzzard will aid in transforming knowledge to bring the unconscious to conscious and teach how to soar above it and bring the transformation you are needing at this time.

 Are you ready for these lessons of awakening?

What is your response to Vulture?

They do have bad PR in movies!

I came across another blog who also chose Vulture..do hop over and see what she has to share



  1. I've always thought of them as the clean up crew of nature!
    Love this post. I always learn so much from you.

    1. yes, the clean up crew- dirty work but someone has to do it...glad you are enjoying the blog

  2. Hi Zannie - thought I'd pop in to read your vulture post - and thanks for putting in a link to mine. Just looking down your A-Z list is interesting because we have blogged about the same animals on several occasions. :)

    Susan A Eames from
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

  3. Vultures are too good to pass up for "V". Enjoyed both posts on the topic. They're interesting birds.

    Weekends in Maine

  4. When I think of vultures I always think of the vultures in the first Conan the Barbarian movie, pecking at him while he was tied to the tree. Like you said, they've always had bad press in the movies.
    Carol at My Writer's Journal