One of the most popular tattoos is the image of the demon on the body. But not all owners of this tattoo understand its deep meaning. The word "demon" comes from "Damon" - giving wisdom. He comes into the world of people to tempt and awaken the weakness in a man, to push him on a sinful path. So portraying on your body of a demon, one seeks to get rid of negative defect, or to protect themselves from it. It is need to note that demons and devils are completely different entities, so do not confuse them.
The General concept of demon can be divided into demons and gargoyles.
Tattoo with the image of a demon from ancient times is part of the culture of many Nations, which is why it has a huge number of different versions. Before you use your favorite image of the demon for tattoos, it is worth studying the hierarchy of demonic ranks and legends associated with it. The significance of a demon tattoo depends largely on the culture to which it belongs.
Despite the fact, that in General the demon is enough of a negative character, there are demons that possess certain abilities and are the patrons of some skill or art.
Gargoyles are repentant sinners who have taken the form of winged creatures. Drawing tattoos with their image, the owner reminds himself of sins and bad habits, from which he wants to get rid of or has already got rid of. The image of the gargoyle is a guardian and protects from evil forces.
In most cases demons fill in black and gray tones, thereby bringing shape to the dark underground world. But there are Japanese demons, which decided to fill in the color. It is bright red, green, yellow and blue. A demon warns his "master" from turning into a bad person, but it carries the symbol of immortality.
No doubt, the demon is a negative being, but for someone tattoo his image is a helper and defender in different situations.