Yoruba believe about vulture

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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.

Great messengers 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.

 Besides, all other birds are, so to say, never out of our eyes; they let themselves be seen of us continually; but a vulture is a very rare sight, and you can seldom meet with a man that has seen their young; their rarity and infrequency has raised a strange opinion in some, that they come to us from some other world; as soothsayers ascribe a divine origination to all things not produced either of nature or of themselves.

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