Feelings to do with waiting for someone to die, or a situation of living on the unfortunate experiences of others.

Example: The Vulture is usually associated with indiscriminate overeating. This warning dream which came to a woman contains three vultures that illustrate the message of overeating: “I am in an open grave. Three vultures are hovering over me. They resemble three relatives. I awaken frightened.”

The woman associated the relatives with a comment she had made the previous day. Because of their demands on her time, she had said, “They’ll be the death of me yet.” The dream recalled this statement, and the natural association of vultures with indiscriminate eating explained the rest of the dream. It was telling her, in no uncertain terms, that unless she lost weight and improved her dietary habits she would kill herself.

I am happy to say that the dream and her doctor’s warnings gave her the necessary willpower to achieve the desired results. Quoted from Dreams- Your Magic Mirror by Elsie Sechrist.

Herodorus Ponticus relates that great men of legend were always very joyful when a vulture appeared upon any action. For it is a creature the least hurtful of any, pernicious neither to corn, fruit-tree, nor cattle; it preys only upon carrion, and never kills or hurts any living thing; and as for birds, it touches not them, though they are dead, as being of its own species, whereas eagles, owls, and hawks mangle and kill their own fellow-creatures.


-Rebecca 2015-11-02 0:16:23

I was seeing three vultures, roughly about the size of a pterodactyl, flying / swooping from right to left. I saw them through a hole / opening. I’m not sure where I was. I was fascinated by them, and was wanting to take a picture of them. I don’t know where they were going.

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