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The tattoo design that is pertinent to wicca can be designed in many different ways to portray the individual’s belief system. The design that is chosen and what it illustrates depends on the person’s private thoughts.
As mentioned earlier, the Goddess is assumed to be the Supreme being in the belief system, and many wiccan tattoos are made as a homage to the Goddess. These designs can be made to portray Mother Earth as Goddess Gaea, the giver of life, carrying or supporting the male God. This design shows her superiority. Read the rest of this entry »
Wicca is a very secretive religious practice that believes in the worship of nature through magic. It is not evil in any way, and wiccan tattoos are a great way to display this belief system.
If you’re looking to get a tattoo that is magical and mystical in nature, then you need to look no further than wiccan tattoos. The reactions that wiccan tattoos evoke in people can be very controversial sometimes, but in truth it really depends on the mindset of the person who is seeing them. A person who is interested in the mystical ways of ‘Wicca’ will certainly find that wiccan tattoo designs are alluring and symbolic. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people assume that wiccan tattoos signify a Satanic cult that worships the devil, but this is a completely unjustified misconception. Wicca is a very secretive religious practice that believes in the worship of nature through magic. It is not evil in any way, and wiccan tattoos are a great way to display this belief system.
The main focus of Wiccan symbol tattoos is the Goddess because she is the central point of Wicca. There are 3 ways to represent the Goddess in a tattoo, as Mother Earth, the Moon, and Maiden, Mother and Crone. This last image represents the Goddess in all phases of her development and by extension a part of the image of the moon. Other wiccan symbols used for tattoos are the God, the Sun, Moon and Stars, and Pentagrams and other significant elements of Wiccan practice Read the rest of this entry »