Animal Medicine: Black Vulture

Published on November 12, 2012 by Amy

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Black Vulture
Black Vulture

Black Vulture People are learning to look for opportunities with clear and sharp vision. Even though Black Vulture Medicine is clothed in black as if to be mourning, there is always a new beginning to an ending.

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Bird People should remember that all birds are messengers from Great Spirit.

When Black Vulture Medicine grabs your attention: My friend Cristine and I saw Black Vulture Medicine during a hike in the Little Grand Canyon in Southern Illinois. It was nearly a tearful moment watching beautiful and graceful bird do its thing. Black Vulture Medicine is deliberate and conspicious in its flight. In other words, it makes no bones about being seen because it is definitely searching to pick something else’s bones.

Black Vulture Medicine is a scavenger and a bird of prey who preys on the sick, young, unprotected and weak. Hmmmmm . . This makes me wonder just how courageous this Bird Medicine really is even though they are more aggressive than Turkey Vultures. This Bird Medicine is easier to spot on windy days because they are taking advantage of the thermals or updrafts. While Turkey Vulture Medicine depends on their keen sense of smell, Black Vulture Medicine depends on their keen sharp vision.

Black Vulture’s message is about being an opportunist. Being an opportunist is not such a bad thing. What is one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. In other words, keep your eyes peeled for the treasure.

Source: drstandley

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