Beetel Tattoo

beetle tattoo

beetle tattoo

Beetles have also caught the eye, and prayers, of those people seeking Divine intervention. By far, the most well-known beetle to grace the surface of religious artifacts is the Scarab Beetle. Known as ‘The Creator’ or ‘The Khepri’ in ancient Egypt, Scarab Beetles were believed to be a representation of the Sun God and the way they rolled their dung ball across the hot desert sands was said to be a cosmic re-enactment of the ancient Sun god, Atum, pushing the sun across the vast sky.

The Egyptian name for the Scarab Beetle (Kheper) translates into ‘to come into existence and transform’and their connection with the Divine accounts for why important Egyptians like pharaohs and noblemen were buried lots of Scarab Beetles and their tomb walls were filled with images of the insect in its spiritual quest to ‘push the Sun across the sky’.

Bejeweled Scarabs were wrapped in the mummified pharaoh’s bandages in the belief that this would help him to reawaken in the land of the Dead and start his journey towards resurrection.

Outside of the Egyptian spiritual realm, beetles became renowned as signs of good fortune. Ladybugs are common characters in children’s stories and play. Many non-profits that promote tolerance and peace use the image of an adorable Ladybug to easily convey their message. Who knows, it might bring your soul mate to you.

The Meaning of Beetle Tattoo Designs

The types of beetles on the face of the Earth are as numerous as the amount of sand on a beach. These include:

  • Nobility
  • The Divine
  • Luck
  • Love
  • Prosperity and Abundance
  • Strength
  • Creation and Immortality
  • Organization and Discipline

beetel-tattoo Design Variations

From the delicate contours and vibrant colors of the Ladybug to the strong outline of the Scarab Beetle, these tattoos come in all colors and sizes.

Whether or not you add other elements to your design depends largely on the type of beetle you want to on your body.

Scarab Beetle Tattoos
It’s hard to picture ancient Egypt and the famous tombs of her pharaohs. Without the iconic image of the Scarab Beetle. From tomb walls and chariots to official seals, the Scarab Beetle was a reminder of the pharaoh’s divine power to the ordinary citizens. Scarab Beetles are totems of Atum, the creator god and represent a connection to the powerful forces of Creation, Renewal, and Transformation.

Ladybug Tattoos: Ladybugs bring Lady Luck whenever they fly by Legend has it that you’ll have luck and prosperity. If a ladybug lands on you. Ladybug Tattoos represent Love, Luck, and all life’s richest blessings. These tattoos are for Flower Power children and are more often embodiments of your love for Nature.

Diamond wings tattoo

Diamond wings Tattoo

Most of us have owned or seen diamonds at some point. When we think about them, we often think about wealth, luxury and fashion, even the higher quality of one’s life. Some people wear diamonds on their ring fingers while others wear them on their skin, having a micro dermally implanted diamond. Diamonds have decorated all types of ancient and royal crowns and are called a “girl’s best friend.

History: The word “diamond” is Greek in origin (δάμας–adámas or “unbreakable”) and means strength and invincibility. They are made of a nearly indestructible mineral, created deep in the earth by massive pressure weighing down on carbon deposits and then brought up to the earth’s surface via volcanic eruptions. One of the earliest recorded accounts of diamonds was from India around 400 BC. Today, most come from Africa.

Beauty: You’ll find diamonds in fashion magazines and on any red carpet or runway. There are sayings that equate these gems with inner beauty (like a “diamond in the rough”). which is apt, since they appear rough on the outside when first mined, but once they are polished, their beauty is revealed. To the tattoo wearer, the diamond may represent inner beauty, as in the saying, “true beauty is found on the inside.”

Power: We often associate diamonds with wealth and the power that money can bring. The gem is very expensive and multiple diamonds may represent great wealth and value. They are extremely coveted items and some people will do anything to get their hands on them.

Words about Diamonds: As I stated earlier, some tattoos incorporate famous quotes or personal words to underline and accentuate the meaning of the tattoo. These quotes may be placed on ribbons or banners or inked inside or outside the diamond design. Another popular thing that people do is have the first letter of their own name. The name of a loved one inked inside the diamond.

Diamond as a Birthstone: People born in April claim the diamond as their birthstone. A tattoo may be used to represent the month a person was born. Since diamonds are associated with the month of April. The gem might be used as a symbolic representation of anything or anyone that began that month.

Peacock Feather with Flute Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Feathers are generally a very beautiful and gentle tattoo designs. Lots of girls and guys choose peacock feather simply because it is more beautiful than other feathers, while only a small number associates the feather to the meaning of peacock tattoos.

Feathers symbolize creativity, spiritual evaluation, and rebirth. Most common places for a peacock feather are ribs, scapulas or a side of the lower back. Peacock feather should, by all means, be done in full color – it is the colors that make it so beautiful.

Within the design of the peacock feather is what appears to be an eye, and that is part of the reason the peacock is also known as the bird of 100 eyes. The reference is directly related to the pattern of the eye that appears in its feathers, and these little birds are also thought to be all-seeing.

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock feathers, or mor pankh, are regarded as an auspicious symbol in Hindu mythology because of their association with the peacock, a beautiful bird which is also the national bird of India. You may have noticed that many people keep peacock feathers in their homes. It is believed that keeping peacock feathers at home brings good luck and prosperity into the house.

This design today is symbolic of a person who has an open mind, someone who sees the world with both their eyes open, or someone that is definitely not afraid of the challenges that lie ahead.

Peacock feather tattoo could indicate a very proud person. It could be comprehended in two ways. The person wearing it could either be very proud of herself for good reasons or simply very arrogant.

The Meaning of Ganesh

Gan means group. A universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups of entities.
The Lord of all these groups of atoms and energies is Ganesha

He is the supreme consciousness that pervades all and brings order in this universe.

UNALOME LOTUS TATTOO

UNALOME LOTUS TATTOO

UNALOME LOTUS TATTOO

The unalome symbol represents the path to enlightenment in the Buddhist culture. The spirals symbolizes the twists and turns in life, and the straight lines the moment one reaches enlightenment or peace and harmony. The dots at the end of the symbol represent death, or the moment we fade to nothing. There are multiple designs for unalome tattoos, or you can create your own and add your own elements, such as the lotus flower to represent new beginnings.

The Unalome is originally a Hindu symbol that graphically recalls Shiva´s third eye and it represents wisdom and the path to perfection. …

The Unalome Lotus Tattoo symbolizes overcoming adversities towards perfection.

Thus perfectly integrating the meaning of the Unalome.

Lotus Flower Meaning in Buddhism

In Buddhism, the lotus is associated with purity, spiritual awakening and faithfulness. The flower is considered pure as it is able to emerge from murky waters in the morning and be perfectly clean.

  • Buddhism Culture – According to Buddhist religion, lotus defines purity and piousness of the soul, as the flower grows in a muddy area, yet maintains its purity. The belief is based on the fact that you will find a perfectly complete miniatures lotus plant within a seed, which implies that even a human being is born complete and yearns for perfection through his journey of life. Also, Buddhism has meanings for various colors of lotus flowers, as a red colored lotus stands for the heart, which implies love and passion. Similarly, a pink lotus represents devotion towards the divine, while a blue one stands for learning and intelligence. A white colored lotus implies purity and peace, both at spiritual as well as intellectual level.
  • Chinese Culture –  The Chinese culture sees lotus as a flower with perfect beauty stands as a source of inspiration for poets and artists since times immemorial.
  • Western Culture – The Western culture has a similar kind of reflection of this charming flower. Because it denotes new beginning and rebirth as it is reflects divine conception. It also links lotus flower with the search of true meaning of life.

Unalome Lotus Tattoo

Besides a wide number of options regarding the preferred placement of lotus flower tattoos. There is an equally wide variety in the designs available too.

  • Lotus Flower in Water  – Another popular lotus tattoo design is the one which shows the pure and beautiful flower. Standing in the backdrop of a pool of water, which adds a new meaning to the tattoo.
  • Matching Lotus Flower Tattoos – As we have seen before, Chinese culture associates this flower with harmony and mutual trust. Which is why many people wear matching lotus tattoos to strengthen their relationships. On the other hand, the Japanese style tattoo design includes lotus flower along with clouds.
  • Lotus Flower Tattoo with Dragon – Some Japanese tattoo designers have also teamed up these stunning looking flowers. With the traditional dragon pattern for excellent end results.
  • Tribal Lotus Flower Tattoo design – The tribal designs in lotus tattoo are entirely in black color. Though contemporary designs can combine some other colors with it. The traditional sleeve tattoo in lotus design covers the entire arm of the bearer. Which is quite a popular choice among tattoo lovers.

 

Chaos Tattoo

Chaos Tattoo

Chaos Tattoo

The Symbol of Chaos originates from Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion stories. … In contrast, the symbol of Law is a single upright arrow. It is also called the Arms of Chaos, the Arrows of Chaos, the Chaos Star, the Chaos Cross, the Chaosphere, or the Symbol of Eight.While the peace sign is a highly recognizable symbol, there are many ways that people who wear it can add variety to it and make it a more personal image. People with friends or family in the military will add a yellow ribbon or dog tags to signify their military connection. A peace sign can also represent that a person who is going through a rocky transformation or a tumultuous time is keeping their mind focused on the goal. Drawing around the peace sign or within the peace sign also turns the symbol into something more meaningful. Often people will request the flag of a country or a dove to make the picture more meaningful.

A peace sign can also represent that a person who is going through a rocky transformation or a tumultuous time is keeping their mind focused on the goal. Drawing around the peace sign or within the peace sign also turns the symbol into something more meaningful. Often people will request the flag of a country or a dove to make the picture more meaningful.

Peace symbol tattoos can actually be a request for two different types of designs.

This request ether means the circle with the vertical line splitting into three forks or the human hand holding up the index and the middle finger with the thumb overlaid across the ring and pinky fingers; not with the back side of the hand showing. This has a completely different meaning in different parts of the world.

Chaos Tattoo

Inner peace tattoos are calming and relaxing and have several meanings. General inner peace represents a state of spiritual and mental peace.

There is no single design or rule to live with here. Some symbols that you can use to represent peace include Yin Yang, Buddha, lotus, peace, and flowers.

Tribal peace sign tattoos are among the most popular peace sign designs. The tattoos are inked in many variations mostly portrayed alone or linked with other elements and symbols. Men mostly wear the tattoos even though there are women who sport them.

Flower wrist band tattoo

 

Peony Tattoo

Peony symbolizes wealth, good fortune, and prosperity. Peony is a strong symbol of beauty, fragility and transitory nature of existence. Furthermore, they depict that getting great rewards is only possible by taking great risks.

When you combine the beauty of a flower with the edginess of a wrist tattoo you have a winning combination for a feminine and unique design. Flower tattoos remain a popular choice for many reasons.

Adding to their obvious beauty is the individual meanings of the flowers. Some flowers represent love and friendship, while others have associations of new life and peace. While their personal significance may remain a secret, their beauty can be shared with others. Whether you adore a certain blossom for its true beauty or appreciate the sentiment behind it, the following wrist tattoo ideas are perfect for brainstorming your first or next petaled tattoo.

The pairing is known as Karajishi and the lion’s ferocity is tempered by the peony’s beauty.

Peony Tattoo

Peony is a flower with a deep history of veneration and cultivation for many centuries. For example in China and Japan, the peony is a symbolic floral with similar meaning to the lotus, chrysanthemum and cherry blossom.

Peony is a symbol of wealth. Also remember that in China and Japan people used stone lions to guard sacred places, homes, Palaces, and temples and therefore the peony and the lion combination are not accidental.

Peony can be placed as a tattoo design in various way. They may portray the peony flower alone or combined with other elements and symbols. Peony was deep red in color as a tattoo design. Over time, the tattoo designs changed to include peonies in shades of orange, white, yellow and pink.

Furthermore, Peony flower tattoos may portray purple and blue color. As a result, you should be able to select the color that you want.

If you are more into color symbolism, you should be able to select a color that will represent you.

Dreamcatcher Tattoo

 

Dream catcher Tattoo

Dreamcatcher Tattoo Meanings

Basically, dreamcatcher is an item which belongs to Native American culture and was traditionally used to bring good dreams for new born babies, by trapping bad ones and also the evil spirits. Structurally, dreamcatcher constitutes of a woven web, adorned with shells, beads, feathers or gemstones. It is hung over the bed or door of the bedroom, so that it would trap the negative energy and filter only positive energy to reach the baby sleeping under it. Another notion is that it lets negative dreams to pass through and keeps back the positive ones, so that they could become the part of the destiny of the person.

In this way, they are believed to protect the person from evil and ensure good things for them. These powers of the dreamcatcher have made it a popular design for tattoos, much loved by people all over the world. It also reflects the rich Native American culture and history.

A dreamcatcher is a round wooden hoop that contains a loose string web with a hole in the center, and feathers hanging from the webbing. Nice dreams travel through the hole into the sleeper’s mind, while the bad ones, as well as nightmares, are trapped inside the web permanently.

  • Feathers are usually attached to the dreamcatcher to entertain babies, but they have a deeper meaning. A feather stands for breath and air, which is essential for life. Hung up on the wooden hook of the dreamcatcher, a feather also helps the nice dreams to slip down into the baby’s dream world.

  • It is believed that each movement of the feathers announce the arrival. The passage of a new beautiful, and peaceful dream.
  • Different feathers can be used to adorn the dreamcatcher. Owl is a woman’s feather and it is kept to achieve wisdom. While Eagle is a man’s feather that represents courage.
  • Some tribes make dreamcatchers that have eight points, which are associated with the eight legs of the Spider Woman.
  • Incorporating only one gemstone into the dreamcatcher is meant to show. There is only one true, creator in the web of life. Four gemstones, instead, represent the four ordinal directions.
  • Dreamcatcher tattoo designs

  • Dreamcatcher tattoos are very common among Native Americans, both men and women. They represent the symbol of their rich cultural heritage. And at the same time, they keep negative and evil energies away. They protect the person who wears them against nightmares and bad dreams while helping nice and joyful dreams.

Mermaid Tattoo

Mermaid Tattoo

A mermaid is a creature of the sea. It lives amongst marine flora and fauna. That is why a shoal of fish surrounding a mermaid would make an appropriate mermaid tattoo.
Wearing a mermaid tattoo is not just beautiful but carries some element of mystery that may not be easily understood and a perfect description for part of human nature.
Numerous meanings associated with mermaid tattoos As it said to symbolize, sensuality, temptation, intuition, danger and a sign of femininity.
This is piece of “tattoo” which is a beautiful emotion and  which is beyond any words
because it itself express everything.

mermaid love for her child is so sacred, it is quite hard to put into words.

There is nothing more powerful than a mother and son bond. She will always be the first woman in his life and he will grow to be her best man forever and always. From the first moment she holds him in her arms, everything changes for both of them.
Do you remember the old phrase ” Mama’s Boy! ” well it exists for a reason, the relationship between a son and his mom will always be unique and sometimes weird, but it is what it is. Like girls are always more close to their dads, so the boys are always little mama’s boy. If you’re a boy and you happen to be reading this right now, you know it to be true.

Mermaid Tattoo

No words can describe the beauty of a mother-son relationship and its enigma. Across the world, this is frequently illustrated by tattoo artists with various color combinations. Sometimes, new mothers prefer sporting tattoos with their son’s name mentioning their birthdays on wrists, neck, and backs.

Amazing Lotus Mandala Tattoo

Lotus Mandala Tattoo
The Lotus flower meaning is shared across several cultures. In Buddhism, the lotus flower rising and blooming above the murk to symbolizes enlightenment and spiritual awakening.

Lotus Mandala Tattoo

When you consider the various meanings of the lotus, it’s obvious why it shows up in so many mandalas. Its particularly common in meditation designs that adherents stare at for hours on end to work towards reaching enlightenment.
The artwork either features a limited number of petals with other meanings, like eight or nine to represent the sacredness of these numbers, additional geometric symbols used to symbolize the true number.

The Top 5 Most Popular Mandalas Featuring Lotuses

There are hundreds of lotus mandalas to choose from, so let start with the five most popular & common designs before diving in too deep.

  1. Garbhadhatu Mandala – This symbolizes the Buddhist Womb Realm, where many deities from Japanese and Chinese sects of Buddhism reside. Dozens of deities surround the central lotus, making it difficult to recreate due to all the fine details.
  2. Sri Yantra – Yantras are esoteric works of art very similar to mandalas. This yantra features sixteen lotus petals surrounding a complicated set of interlocking triangles, and it symbolizes non-duality.
  3. Nava Padma Mandala – A very lotus-centric design with a large flower in the center used for Parameshwara initiation ceremonies.
  4. Ganesha Yantra – This Hindu symbol represents the deity known as Ganesha or Ganapati, who clears away obstacles for devotee.
  5. The Trident Yantra – A symbol of the wrathful and warlike aspect of Shiva, this symbol pairs a peaceful lotus with a pointy trident to show the resolution of contradictions like war & peace.

Couple Tattoo

 

Couple tattoo

The King:
This is the piece the whole game revolves around and represents our deeper self, the divine spark within us. And yet, it is the least powerful piece in terms of ability to move about the board. It can only take one step at a time, though it can travel squarely or triangularly.
The Queen:
This is the most powerful piece on the board having unlimited movement in any of the eight directions. She is the power of Nature, reflecting the light of the King, possessing unlimited potential.

Why a chess piece?

If someone likes tattoos and want one to symbolize their love for chess with a chess piece then here are the usual answers:

  1. King – the boss
  2. Queen – Most powerful piece (female favorite)
  3. Knight – lots of nice reasons ranging from linking the word ‘knight’ with gallantry, higher rank soldier to its agile unconventional moves. And who wouldn’t like to rock a horse head to symbolise action, speed and agility?
  4. Bishop- usually has connections with the Christian religion and faith.
  5. Rook- usually solid, dependable may have connections with the word ‘castle’
  6. Pawn- ‘Pawns are the soul of chess’ -Phildor. This is usually linked with either the idea of potential or a group. It is very much rarer to symbolize lowliness.

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

The flower grows in muddy water, yet symbolizes purity and harmony.

watercolor lotus tattoo

Buddhism Culture – According to Buddhist religion, lotus defines purity and piousness of the soul,Patience,Mysticism,Direct Spiritual Contact,Emptiness from Desire,Victory over Attachments,Enlightenment and the Bodhi State,Love and Compassion for All Things,Self-Awareness,Faithfulness During Spiritual Development,Rising Out of Suffering as the flower grows in a muddy area, yet maintains its purity.

The belief is based on the fact that you will find a perfectly complete miniatures lotus plant within a seed. Which implies that even a human being is born complete and yearns for perfection through his journey of life. Also, Buddhism has meanings for various colours of lotus flowers, as a red coloured lotus stands for the heart. Which implies love and passion. Similarly, a pink lotus represents devotion towards the divine, while a blue one stands for learning and intelligence.

A white coloured lotus implies purity and peace, both at spiritual as well as intellectual level. The Buddhist mythology says that the Buddha was born from this pure flower. And had white heart, which represented his pious soul. Just as a lotus sheds its flowers and seeds together, it signifies a noble soul. Which guides the other souls on the Earth along the path of Nirvana.

Watercolor lotus tattoo designs are widely preferred by tattoo lovers all around the world.

Egyptian Culture   The ancient Egyptian cultures sees lotus as a symbol of beginning of life and reincarnation, as the mythology of this culture narrates that origination of life on earth was marked by the blooming of this mystical flower from the sea.

Chinese Culture  The Chinese culture sees lotus as a flower with perfect beauty stands as a source of inspiration for poets and artists since times immemorial.

Western Culture – The Western culture has a similar kind of reflection of this charming flower. Because it denotes new beginning and rebirth as it is reflects divine conception. It also links lotus flower with the search of true meaning of life. The Lotus meaning in Hinduism is a little different. Brahma, the ultimate creator, emerges from a Lotus as well. This sense of purity arises from the flower’s growing habit. Rooting in mud and pushing up through the water to bloom.

Mom Tribute Tattoo from a Son - Black Poison Tattoo Studio

Mom Tribute Tattoo from a Son

Mom Tribute Tattoo from a Son – Inked at Black Poison Tattoos

Tattoos are very personal. Each one is special to the person who has them etched on their skin, especially when it comes to tattoos in honor of Mom. Tattoos for Mom are always beautiful in their own way – and that’s because they all have such deep meaning.

From simple, classic lettering and more elaborate and colorful designs to the traditional “Mom” banner or tattoos more symbolic of Mom or something she loves, there are so many ways to pay tribute to Mom in ink. This Portrait tattoo will inspire you not only for their artistic value, but for the mama-loving sentiment behind the art.

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