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Re: vrane
Reply #60 - 22.05.2004 at 20:32:05
 
Značilnosti vrane.
- črna barva simbolizira stvarjenje in magijo
- siva barva simbolizira ravnotežje, skrivnostnost, posvetitev
- previdnost, budnost
- značilen glas »kra« .. s katerim se odlično sporazumevajo in delujejo v skupinah
- izjemna inteligenca; npr. udomačena vrana se lahko nauči šteti, razvije celovito govorico s  
 svojim lastnikom

Indijansko izročilo pravi, da vrana varuje svete zakone in mojstrsko spreminja oblike. Prilagaja zakone fizične sveta in spreminja obliko, ker varuje svete zakone.


Vrana dobro vidi, da sta fizični svet in duhovni svet, kot si jih predstavlja človek iluzija. Če se človek ravna po popolnih vranjih zakonih, bo umrl na način »dobre medicine« - kar sledi, da se bo v naslednjih inkernacijah jasno spominjal svoje preteklosti. Vrana napoveduje spremembo. Živi v praznini in nima smisla za čas. Ta ptica vidi sedanjost, preteklost in prihodnost hkrati, ker gleda navzkriž.

Vranja energija ti bo pomagala, da odločno spregovoriš o stvareh za katere čutiš da so nepravične in povsem neuravnotežene.

Govori kar misliš, spregovori svojo Resnico.

Za Rimljane so bile vrane in krokarji kakor labodi in so varovali Apolonovo nosečo ljubico. Ko so mu povedali slabo novico, jih je spremenil v črno ptico. Kelti in Indijanci – Aljaska vrane povezujejo s stvarjenjem sveta. Po bibličnem izročilu so preroka Elija hranile vrane in krokarji, ko se je skrival v puščavi.

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Re: vrane
Reply #61 - 14.01.2005 at 08:28:36
 
Sedaj vem.

Vrana je spoznanje.
Gozdna jagoda je popolnost.

Se pa moram naučit, kaj naj s tem.
Tega še ne vem.

Je pa božanska...jagoda...in se zahvalim zanjo...vsakič.
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Reply #62 - 14.01.2005 at 11:50:13
 
Hmnjah, en_bk…

Ko boš ugotovil, da je tudi vrana božanska… in se zahvalil zanjo… vsakič… ne glede na to, kaj ti bo prinesla…

… takrat boš morda spoznal/vedel tudi to, kaj narediti s tem…

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Reply #63 - 14.01.2005 at 12:50:55
 
Miska wrote on 14.01.2005 at 11:50:13:
Hmnjah, en_bk…

Ko boš ugotovil, da je tudi vrana božanska… in se zahvalil zanjo… vsakič… ne glede na to, kaj ti bo prinesla…

… takrat boš morda spoznal/vedel tudi to, kaj narediti s tem…

Wink 8)


Hehe, Miška

O vem da je.
Če ti povem po pravici, poznam tudi sporočilo, samo, kaj ko je tako težko ... prestopiti.
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Reply #64 - 14.01.2005 at 13:32:38
 
ma sm ravno prej nabirala vranje perje za dreamcatcher  Tongue

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Reply #65 - 23.02.2005 at 17:50:37
 
moje lubice in najdražje prijateljicew


Crows and jays top bird IQ scale
By Paul Rincon
BBC News science reporter, in Washington DC

Crow, BBC
Crows acquire food in inventive ways
Crows and jays are the brain boxes of the bird world, according to a Canadian scientist who has invented a method of measuring avian IQ.

The IQ scale is based on the number of novel feeding behaviours shown by birds in the wild.

The test's creator Dr Louis Lefebvre was surprised that parrots were not high in the pecking order - despite their relatively large brains.

The research was presented at a major science conference in Washington DC.

Feeding innovations

The avian intelligence index is based on 2,000 reports of feeding "innovations" observed in the wild and published in ornithology journals over a period of 75 years.

     
People tend not to like crows, because they have this fiendish look to them and they're black and they like dead prey
Dr Louis Lefebvre
"We gathered as many examples as we could from the short notes of ornithology journals about the feeding behaviours that people had never seen or were unusual," said Dr Lefebvre, of McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

"From that we established different numbers for different birds. There are differences. There are some kinds of birds that score higher than others.

"The crows, the jays, that kind of bird - the corvidae - are the tops; then the falcons are second, the hawks the herons and the woodpecker rank quite high."

Dr Lefebvre said that many of the novel feeding behaviours he included in the work were mundane, but every once in a while, birds could be spectacularly inventive about obtaining their food.

During the war of liberation in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, a soldier and avid bird watcher observed vultures sitting on barbwire fences next to mine fields waiting for gazelles and other herbivores to wander in and get blown to smithereens.

"It gave them a meal that was already ground up," said Dr Lefebvre.

"The observer mentioned that once in a while a vulture was caught at its own game and got blown up on a mine."

Milk thief

Another bird watcher observed a great skua in the Antarctic who joined in with seal pups feeding on the milk from their mother.

Many of the birds that ranked high on the innovation scale are the least popular with the public.

"When you look at published reports on whether people like birds or don't like birds, they don't correlate well with intelligence," said the McGill researcher.

"People tend not to like crows, because they have this fiendish look to them and they're black and they like dead prey. Warblers and the birds that people tend to like are not the high innovators."

But Dr Lefebvre said the scale did not measure how smart birds were, only how "innovative".

"With the word 'smart' you have to have a value judgment. You can never know whether a bird has been learning by observation or has figured something out by itself."

The work was presented to the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4286965.stm

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