Sisterhood symbols tattoos - Tattoowise
Tattoo by Mate, Shadow tattoo studio, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Taken straight from the Transformers movie posters at the movie theater because I felt like having a hi resolution close up of these symbols.
BTW, can anyone please tell me what these mean, that is if they have a meaning.
This is a symbol of the bond of sisterhood in both the individual and larger senses. It reflects the unity of the bond but is divided to indicate that each sister has her own space while being part of the whole. When looked at in the sense of ""sisters within a family"", the carving has another meaning. On one side the larger opening (sister) is towards the front, but if you turn the carving over, the smaller opening (sister) is now forward. This helps us remember that each sister has some area of their personality and qualities in which they can be in the forefront.
This is don't look back and be blue from the Curd series. A blue version of Don't look back. Can be appriciated at any angle. My doodles work the mind to see the true image. Prints via post or email for $10 - paypal email@example.com.
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From www.about.com : "Designed to resemble the eye of a falcon, this symbol is called the Eye of Ra or Eye of Horus represents the right eye of the Egyptian Falcon God Horus. As the udjat (or utchat), it represented the sun, and was associated with the Sun God Ra (Re). The mirror image, or left eye, represented the moon, and the God Tehuti (Thoth). (A very similar concept of the sun and moon as eyes appears in many religious traditions) According to legend, the left eye was torn from Horus by his murderous brother Seth, and magically restored by Thoth, the God of magick. After the restoration, some stories state, Horus made a gift of the eye to Osiris, which allowed this solar deity to rule the underworld. The story of this injury is probably an allusion to the phases of the moon as the eye which is "torn out" every month. Together, the eyes represent the whole of the universe, a
This one was a self portrait. I love my bed ^.^