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Ancient Symbols

Celtic Knot - There are many types of celtic knots, each with different meanings. Here are a few of the meanings of celtic knots. The Eternity Celtic knot symbolizes the never-ending eternal circle of life. The Shield Celtic knot is a symbol for protection. The ancient Celts used it to decorate the shields of warriors, the clothing of children, and to protect the sick.

Lotus - This powerful and ancient image symbolizes harmony, spiritual illumination and unlimited potential. The lotus is a type of water lily which rises from the sludge of muddy waters and opens into a beautiful flower.

Tattoo Foot of a Maori Hammerhead Shark accurately designed in the small space avalaible of the foot of a men with plenty of ancient symbolism from Traditional Polynesian Tattoo ou Tatau as crosses, tikis, arrowheads, hands-up dummies, waves, surges of water and many many more. Designed & Tattoed in Toulon, France by Thierry main artist owner of Manao Tiki Tattoo

The triskele, or triple spiral, a symbol closely related to the triquetra, is a tripartite symbol composed of three interlocked spirals. The triple spiral is an ancient Celtic symbol related to the sun, afterlife and reincarnation. The example above comes from the Neolithic “tomb” at Newgrange

The sea turtle is an ancient symbol that represents creation, endurance, determination, strength, stability, longevity, fertility, and innocence. The turtle also provides protection, good fortune, and brings happiness and good omens.

The Eye of Horus Symbol of Protection, Wisdom and Health. Also an Egyptian Symbol Designed to resemble the eye of a falcon, this symbol is also called the Eye of Ra. Horus, also known as the sun god Ra, was a falcon-headed sky god from ancient Egypt. He is associated with vitality, health and regeneration

Tattooing has been practiced by various peoples since ancient times, with evidence of tattoos dating back to the Neolithic period and possibly even earlier. Today, some people associate them with criminal behavior, others with symbolic meaning, and yet others with physical beauty. But whether you're for or against the idea of getting a tattoo, you'll be able to appreciate the masterful artistry that went into creating these beautiful and permanent pieces of body art.

Tattooing has been practiced by various peoples since ancient times, with evidence of tattoos dating back to the Neolithic period and possibly even earlier. Today, some people associate them with criminal behavior, others with symbolic meaning, and yet others with physical beauty. But whether you're for or against the idea of getting a tattoo, you'll be able to appreciate the masterful artistry that went into creating these beautiful and permanent pieces of body art.

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