Although it may seem surprising, the vulture is a symbol that, throughout history, has always had positive connotations. Not surprisingly, many people believed that because its diet is carrion, the vulture had a special relationship with Mother Nature. Thus, the Parses—followers of Zoroaster—expose their dead on the top of tall towers so the vultures devour them in order to facilitate their rebirth. Likewise, in India the vulture appears as a symbol of protective spiritual forces that substitute parents: an emblem of devotion and spiritual advice. In Western culture, this bird has, however, negative connotations. The presence of vultures in dreams indicates the possibility that some people are waiting for a mistake to take advantage of the situation. For the gypsies, oneiric vultures warn you against corrupt people around you.
Gallery of dreams
Our brain can remember loads of images we see everyday. These images are stored by a part of the brain. When we are reminded of the incident or the person, our brain reproduces these related thoughts in the form of images. Some people with extra sensory perception experience dreams about future. They can predict the future through their dreams. To experience a pleasant dream, always go to sleep with positive thoughts. These thoughts not only induce good dreams but also give you a fresh start in the morning.