Bird is a symbol of human soul and it represents goodness, joy, wisdom and intelligence. For other groups like the Western art it symbolizes air and touch and throughout the life time, the bird flight is the symbol our soul journeying to the future. Additionally birds on flight represent the light of the spirit for hope, beauty and transcendence.
Birds are powerful symbol metaphors for human moods and a range of emotions and beauty. The gentle Dove represents a feeling of devotion and divine, the crow refers to the nagging old woman, the flirtatious Partridge while the proud Cockerel represents amorous gentlemen. The Rooster represents a countries heritage, the vulture represents an extremely masculine symbol of a man who runs after all girls, the conjugal bliss are associated with mates for life, the little Mexican parrot for affection and are called love birds while others are associated with the feminine. In rural Africa the hen is associated to a motherly woman while in Britain, the chick and the birds are synonyms for girlfriend.
Parrots are in most cases featured in Nautical Tattooing while swallows and bluebirds are associated with the sea and sailors. The bird’s beaks and feathers and all their wings have provided human imagination symbols that stand as history and show the human journey from birth until his soul leaves the earth to the ancestral lands. Egyptians god Atum chose a bird to represent the moment of creation while birds of prey were symbols of victorious conquest for the Vikings and Goths. Ravens were seen as wise and clever by the Odin and Norse Gods and ravens and crows were seen as tricksters, shape-shifters and are associated with Shamans and Medicine Men in North America. Other people from Hilda of the Pacific Northwest belong to the Eagle or the Raven Clan since Raven is seen as the creator of the world since it stole the sun from where it was hidden and allowed it to shine.
The Bible referred to the Rooster because it has the habit of calling his flock to eat before he eats, the crane is with happiness in China, the Swallow, often known as the Bluebird is known for a good omen, hope and for sailors it is a sign of close land while the Owl is associated with all magical and mysterious and mysterious things because it is a feared night hunter, its unique ability to fly silently and see and hear well in the dark.