Falcons Symbol

What is the symbol of a falcon?

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Falcon meaning

Falcon.

The bird has great powers and is considered to move with a lot of speed.

The bird is believed to live up to 15 years. It likes to rest on high and tall buildings. The bird is believed to bring news and even powerful messages. This happens so quickly and in most instances is depicted as having the duty of whispering secret messages in the ear of those that it convey's the message unto.

The bird is found in almost every part of the word except the Antarctica. The bird has long wings of about forty inches long. In some African societies, it was believed that by placing the wing feathers on the ridges of one’s house it would lead to good luck especially if one was a hunter, since it was believed that if that was done, then they would be accepted by the gods to have a humble return. On the other hand, there existed a common belief especially in some communities in Kenya whereby it was believed that if one happened to step on the bird’s shadow then that person would be blessed to accumulate wealth and become rich in future.

If one happened to see a falcon perched on a sycamore tree then that was an indication to the viewer to act on the prevailing opportunities. This would lead to much success without many obstacles. Usually the falcon rides in the direction of wind. And the common belief that existed was that if a falcon came to  perch near you then it was a sign and a clear message for one to look out for new ideas as well as to  broaden one's perspectives and point of views including searching for inner and fresh ideas. In the event where a falcon would try to land on kits prey and as a result missed it, this is clear sign to be watching for danger. To see a flying flacon in the air it is a message to be patient but remain a leader.

The Falcon is beautiful and has regal stance. It is believed to be a symbol of leadership and role model. This was in relation to the belief that most of its hunting techniques were figurative and as a result if the bird happened to make their nest upon one's home it was a clear sign that at a given point in time, one of the members from that home would become an eminent and successful leader. This was a common belief and was deemed to be significant in most of the East African countries.

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