Thoth the Ibis


The Ibis, "Bird of the Pharaohs" Stages Comeback   National Geographic - October 3, 2003
A few years ago it looked like the only northern bald ibises that would last until the new century were the ones mummified by the ancient Egyptians. But ornithologists say the bird the pharaohs so revered has staged a spectacular comeback thanks to a last-ditch conservation effort in northern Africa.




Ibis Symbolism

Ibis teaches sociability, communication and working cooperatively in a group. Being around others and their diversity of new ideas and thoughts that bring about new opportunities. Be open to the process even if means wandering from current ideals. Time to expand and explore. She will teach how to probe for more spiritual and emotional nourishment and to do this with confidence. Ibis will show building of solid foundations in existing personal or professional relationships in order to reach new levels. She will show how to find the knowledge that is needed. The archetypal power of Ibis conveys sacrificial and protective elements in life's storms either in personal areas or towards others. Trust your intuition as she demonstrates the importance of (It's all about..) timing.




Thoth is the ibis headed Egyptian god
who wrote the program of our reality.




Thoth depicted as a Penguin, Ibis, Alligator, Snake




Dinosaurs 'shrank' regularly to become birds   BBC - August 2, 2014

Dinosaurs and Evolution Reptilians, Dinosaurs, Birds





PENGUINS


ELLIE'S ARCHIVES 2003


ELLIE'S ARCHIVES


ELLIE'S WORLD BLOG


ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF ALL FILES


CRYSTALINKS HOME PAGE


PSYCHIC READING WITH ELLIE