Skull

Tattoo artist: Dr.Ink, Atka Tattoo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The goat is a polarizing animal. The reason I say this is because it can represent all aspects of the good and evil. The goat is used in many satanic symbols but is also a sign of life and strength in other cultures. In this post, I’m going to review some of the symbolism behind the goat and the different ways people get the goat tattoo.

Of all animals, the goat was the first to be domesticated by man. The reason for this is because they are a resourceful animal. They are used for their meat and milk and in some cultures, they are sacred. Goats have a big role in the growth of human civilization. Because this animal has had such an impact on humanity, there are a lot of myths and legends surrounding this animal.

In Norse legends, Thor was pulled across the sky in a chariot pulled by goats. Every night Thor would eat these goats and they would reincarnate every morning and go back to pulling Thor’s chariot.

Tattoo by Dr.Ink, Atka Tattoo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Skull Tattoo Meanings

The skull tattoo is the rebel’s hallmark. It has maintained popularity throughout generations, with its simple, bold aesthetic, often understood as a symbol of death and mortality. But skulls aren’t only morbid; they can also stand for optimistic ideas, like overcoming obstacles or protecting valuables. If nothing else, these die-hard symbols may remind us to live life to the fullest. If you’re interested in learning more about the meanings behind different skull tattoo designs, check out our skull tattoo dictionary below!

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