Egyptian royal vulture holding a disc emblem of the Upper Egypt, offers protection from the Goddess Nekhbet, she is frequently represented as a large vulture, flying above the head of pharaoh. Her wings are spread in a protective gesture, guarding him from his enemies. A guard of divine privileges, place in social hierarchy and souls gathered under its wings. It was regarded as a holy animal symbolizing divine and human soul that shelters temporarily in all livings bodies. Vulture symbolically expressed numerous aspects of the human soul, such as longing for a better world. Worn as a symbol or an amulet, of the prevented soul from “illnesses” and lead it through life and dead towards paradise. It was to convert all evil into good.