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The Eagle symbolizes victory & freedom. The master of the sky who is one of the largest birds capable of flight.
The Eagle is focused and swift and shows one the importance of grabbing an opportunity while still within reach. This is represented by the strong grasp of the Eagle’s talons....
To the Egyptians, the Eagle symbolized both the Great Spirit and the sun. They saw the Eagle as being able to rise or fly above any common or petty restraints to achieve a great mystical and spiritual awareness.
For the Romans, the Eagle was sacred to Jupiter and for the Greeks the Eagle was sacred to Zeus. The Romans used the Eagle to represent Roman emperors while the Greeks used the Eagle to take the form of Zeus.
The Hittites used an image of a two headed Eagle in battle to protect their soldiers form surprise attacks.
In Native American mythology the eagle symbolism represents the Great Spirit, which is similar to the Egyptians views. Eagle feathers are used in Native American ceremonies, for trading and for decorating sacred objects. Only Native Americans in the United States are allowed to own Eagle feathers.
The Bald Eagle, a symbol of the United States, which is found on coins and money bills, and flags represents freedom, honor, and respect. The color white is symbolic of truth and justice. And of course, the Eagle is not bald but has white feathers on its head.
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