Secret Language of Birds

Secret Language of Birds A Wonderful Read For All Bird Lovers And Those Interested In The Folklore, Mythology And Spiritual Symbolism Of Birds Throughout The World Packed With Fascinating Historical Esoterica And Inspiring True Stories Of Birds Working Their Magic As Spiritual Messengers A Fabulous Inspirational Reference Book, Packed With Historical Facts, Myths And Real Life Spiritual Encounters With Birds Ranging From The Robin To The Phoenix And The Everyday To The Mythological, Any Bird Lover Who Is Interested In Esoterica, History And Folklore Will Find The Book A Must For Their Bookshelf Arranged Thematically, Each Section Explores A Different Aspect Eg Birds Of Myth And Legend, Divination And Auguries, Birds And Astrology, Symbolism Of Eggs And Feathers, Alchemy And Birds Plus Sections On Birds In The Celtic Tradition, In Ancient Latin America, In India, And The New World Find Out How To Find Your Spirit Bird, And In Another Section Discover An A Z Of The History And Folklore Of Individual Birds, And How Their Symbolism Is Often Shared In Many Cultures And Myths One Of The Key Themes In The Book Is The Concept Of The Winged Creature Carrying Messages, As Well As The History Of Bird As Augur From Greek And Roman Times Where They Studied Birds Flight Patterns And Entrails To Make Critical Decisions Many People Will Love The Many Wonderful True Stories Of Ordinary People In The Present Day Too, Who Have Encountered The Miraculous, Or Healing Qualities Of Birds In Their Own Lives This Book Is An Enormous Treasure Trove Of Information That Is Spiritually Uplifting And Historically Fascinating It Contains Many General Tip Bits For Bird Lovers To Be Enchanted By, Such As Baby Robins Eat Feet Of Earthworms A Day Condors Can Fly For Miles Without Flapping Their Wings A Bird Flying Into A House Foretells An Important Message Hummingbirds Weigh Less Than A Penny A Jay Is Said To Spend Fridays With The Devil, Telling Tales

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Secret Language of Birds book, this is one of the most wanted Adele Nozedar author readers around the world.

❰Reading❯ ➼ Secret Language of Birds Author Adele Nozedar –
  • Hardcover
  • 544 pages
  • Secret Language of Birds
  • Adele Nozedar
  • English
  • 10 June 2017
  • 9780007219049

10 thoughts on “Secret Language of Birds

  1. says:

    A very useful compendium Helpful introduction to everything birds Every major bird myth and amazing bird tale is covered here I would have preferred colour illustrations It s a wonderful reference book

  2. says:

    A big and beautiful tome full of legends and lore concerning birds I love birds, and this was very fun to read and it kinda made me think about all the different ways the world could work, and how we have no real way of telling what s truth or tale Anyways, it was a fantastic source of inspiration for me, and I still refer to it when trying to think of story ideas.

  3. says:

    This book is a wonderful collection of myths, symbolism, and folklore surrounding the birds of the world If you are a person who loves birds or loves studying folklore and mythology then I strongly recommend this book.

  4. says:

    The only book you will ever need for birds in mythology and folklore, a large well written book detailing stories, zodiac to bird similarities, and history.

  5. says:

    i am currently reading this book so far its good cause i love birds

  6. says:

    This is one of those books where you debate giving it away I bought it back when I was in my Pagan Witch phase this is one of those books that nudged me back into being an atheist The Symbolism of Birds would have been a accurate title There s not much about how birds talk to each other.Yes, it is a compilation of bird myths, legends and symbolism, but delivered in a bland gosh darn wide eyed kind of way It s repetitive how many times do we need to know about birds flying a certain way to be a message from Apollo One is enough two is PLENTY, but over three times is insulting to the reader You really have to dig through a lot of dross in order to find anything interesting Very heavy book Makes a great doorstop Okay, I exaggerate I do not use it as a doorstop I do use it as a bookend.

  7. says:

    A really interesting book, but she uses the word witch in a degrading way, which is wrong and ignorant in the same instant, and I found to be irritating the whole way through And there were an amazing amount of typos in general it was poorly written But the myths were so fascinating that I still enjoyed it.

  8. says:

    This book was very useful for reference material and I know I ll repeatedly look through it in the future when I m curious about a bird that I ve forgotten details about.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *