What are vulture dreams about?
Vultures are predatory birds that mostly feed on dead animals. This symbol is identified by words like vulture.
Vultures in dreams is a exceedingly rare dream symbol, occuring in about 0.04% of dreams. That's about 1 out of every 2,500 dreams.
What are the major highlights of vulture dreams?
Vultures is a negatively interconnected dream symbol. Having vultures in a dream reduces the presence of other dream symbols.
Dreams with vultures might be a nightmare
Dreams of vultures are frequently associated with nightmares. Of course dreams that contain vultures might not be a nightmare. Plenty of dreams with vultures are not nightmares. But, dreams of vultures are more related to nightmares than 80% of all other dream symbols. Other symbols that are like this include unconscious minds, crime, emptiness, bobcats, opening, going to die, yelling, shadows, aggressive interactions, and drowning.
What symbols more present in dreams of vultures?
Vulture dreams are notable because they have substantially more places, birds, hunting, acquaintances, family homes, antelopes, Cambodia, jumping, armor, cannons, forests, armies, hugeness, zebras, crows, general animals, capturing, turkeys, dinosaurs, Vietnam, white, creatures, eagles, fish, giraffes, rockets, flying, thrones, greeting, other fantastic beings, sparrows, natural places, baldness, praising, circles, wilderness, telepathy, clarity, hippos, cameras, the sky, anticipating, monkeys, rodents, heads, wind, home towns, cowboys, arms, boars, vampires, paths, cartoons, soil, bigness, pigs, bows and arrows, photography, lakes, and casinos than 95% of other dream symbols.
How does the dream symbol of vultures affect the different aspects of a dream?
Explore different elements related to dreams of vultures
Who is in vultures dreams?
Overall, dreams with vultures are more related to characters in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are much more related to animals, more related to fantastic beings, and more related to family than dreams in general. They are much less related to insects and less related to close people.
What are the emotions in vultures dreams?
Overall, dreams with vultures are aren't really related to emotions in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are more related to happiness and much more related to confusion than dreams in general. They are much less related to sadness, much less related to grief and sorrow, and less related to embarrassment.
Grief and sorrow
Who is in vultures dreams?
Overall, dreams with vultures are more related to places in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are more related to home and much more related to natural places than dreams in general. They are much less related to work, less related to human places, and less related to transportation.
What happens in vultures dreams?
Overall, dreams with vultures are aren't really related to events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are less related to aggressive interactions, less related to friendly interactions, and less related to sex.
How do vultures in dreams related to other dream phenomenon?
Overall, dreams with vultures are less related to dream events in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are more related to nightmares than dreams in general. They are less related to lucid dreams, much less related to recurring dreams, and less related to recurring nightmares.
How do vultures in dreams related the senses?
Overall, dreams with vultures are less related to senses in dreams. Specifically, dreams of vultures are more related to hearing, much more related to smelling, and much more related to touch than dreams in general. They are less related to taste and less related to vision.
How can you make sense of vultures in dreams?
Vulture dreams are exceedingly rare. Among other things vulture dreams are negatively interconnected and nightmare.
Do you think this is true for your dream of vultures? How might your dream of vultures be different?
All dreams have meaning
You can gain insight from thinking about any dream, no matter how strange. Only you, as the dreamer, have final say on what your dream may or may not mean. Each dream is unique.
Look for the differences
The DreamWell dictionary provides information on how each dream symbol appears in dreams in general. Finding how experience vultures in dreams can be a key to understanding its meaning.
Return to the feelings
Our emotions in dreams can help us understand its meaning. Pay attention to how you felt in the dream. Pay attention to how you feel about vultures in dreams. See how you feel about vultures now, in your waking life.
What are possible meanings for dreams of vultures?
Vultures feed on decay and rot, so the dream symbolism is often based on this association to tell stories about taking advantage of weakness and misfortune. For example, vulture capitalists look for weak companies they can swoop in and feed on.
Vultures can symbolize people who prey on the weak. They help to set a scene involving struggle or desperation. It can mean the end is near. You’ve almost given up, or you feel vulnerable.
People described as vultures are shameless. They will do anything to get what they want.
To be watched by a vulture means you feel as if someone is just waiting for you to slip up.
A vulture can symbolize a mindset—a readiness to take advantage of weakness or swoop in when rivals fall.
A vulture can be a sign of illness or death. Remember that illness and death are highly symbolic. See: Death, Illness
And keep in mind, the vulture you see in a dream might be there to characterize something about yourself and help you understand it. Vultures perform a necessary role and are maligned for it. Something has to eat the waste.
In this sense, a vulture can be a symbol of strength and fortitude to resist disease and parasites, including symbolic varieties. For example, a vulture could symbolize a person resistant to negative influence, or with the fortitude to stomach situations that make other people sick.
See also: Animals, Birds, Death, Disease, Elderly people, Infesting, Illness, Parasites
This interpretation is from ""The Dream Interpretation Dictionary: Symbols, Signs, and Meanings" and is provided by J.M. DeBord aka "RadOwl". He is the author of several acclaimed books about dreaming, the host of The Dreams That Shape Us podcast, and is a moderator of r/Dreams, one of the largest dream sharing communities on the internet.
Examples of dreams of vultures
Read some real dream reports of vulture dreams.. These real life dream reports come from the moderated dream sharing communities of Reddit including r/Dreams, r/Nightmares, r/DreamInterpretation, or r/thisdreamihad. Please note that some of these may contain graphic, sexual, or violent images and text. Use the source link for each dream to view and join the discussion of each one.
Not a dream, but equally as odd.
Was out in the woods by a lake today and saw a turkey vulture come out of nowhere (from high altitude I guess?) attack a snake in a clearing and fly off with it still alive or at the least dead but still writhing around. Was curious what the symbolism might mean?
Was out in the woods by a lake today and saw a turkey vulture come out of nowhere (from high altitude I guess?) attack a snake in a clearing and fly off with it...
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I dreamed of a vulture. He was just the background of the park where I kept picking up money some was fake but most was real money. The vulture wasn't scary or anything he was just there and I noticed him. He was just looking at me.
Then when I woke up and was on my way to work I saw a fucking vulture near a pond. I know they are mostly related to death but is there another possible interpretation out there.
I dreamed of a vulture. He was just the background of the park where I kept picking up money some was fake but most was real money. The vulture wasn't scary or...
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I had a short dream where I awoke from my sleep and was in my room, which was filled with the light of a full moon, and before my eyes a demon in an angelic white robe manifested before me, it had the head of a bird similar to that of a vulture. It stood there staring at me for a few moments before it outstretched it's wings and and pulled me in with them. It was when I was held against this demon that I woke up again, at 2am to a room filled with the light of a full moon filling my bedroom. I did not fall back asleep after this.
Any thoughts on this short but vivid nightmare.
I had a short dream where I awoke from my sleep and was in my room, which was filled with the light of a full moon, and before my eyes a demon in an angelic...
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First dream I remember in days
I was along a wooded trail with a river to the left and a forest/mountain to the left. We went along till we were walking along a large branch that led up to caves at the top of the mountain. I remember giants being around and vultures in the sky.
I was along a wooded trail with a river to the left and a forest/mountain to the left. We went along till we were walking along a large branch that led up to...
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A deep sense of panic and fear
Here's the really vivid dream that I had at the end of my night. It was really realistic and it woke me up at 7:39 am. I'm a 34 years old female living in Europe and I don't have any particular fear or stress in my life right now.
"I'm on the street with other people during the day. We are by the roadside and we are witnessing the arrest of a woman. She seems disoriented, the police handcuffs her and begins to watch the manholes around as if the woman had thrown something in it. We approach the police to see what is happening, they listen in the direction of the ground and the sewers. We also listen and I hear a big thud in the distance, like a distant and underground explosion. I say it out loud, but not everyone heard the noise. We listen again and now the noise repeats itself at regular intervals and more and more clearly as if it were getting closer. I move away from the manholes and tell myself that a series of explosions is underway. I walk away in the street and I see a large bird pass in the sky, like a royal crane but mainly black. I wonder what she's doing there. I follow her and my eyes land on a hill not far away; I see a huge bald eagle perched in a tree there, but he have a vulture neck. Suddenly, there is a flock of birds flying towards the hill; exotic birds, but also mammals running in a field (a moose), they seem frightened and they flee. I tell myself that these are the animals from the Park near from my house who are running away from something. The sky is loaded with dark clouds and the wind has risen. I panic, I feel that something is happening and I start to run in the same direction as the animals. I don't know what to do, I'm hesitating to stop at my house to take a bag of food and stuffs to survive a few days."
I woke up really panicked and alert.
Here's the details that stressed me the most:
* The rhythmical explosions
* The huge bald eagle in the tree whit his weird neck was truly terrifying
* The exotic animals fleeing
Here's the really vivid dream that I had at the end of my night. It was really realistic and it woke me up at 7:39 am. I'm a 34 years old female living in...
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