Egypt...what could be more mysterious and interesting? Films are made about the secrets and myths of this state, books are written, museum collections are created. Everything connected with Egypt reminds us of ancient curses and divine beings. The world of tattoos has not been left out of this mysterious culture. Modern masters study the features of this direction with great interest, improving in the performance of Egyptian body drawings.
The Egyptian civilization is very closely connected with the art of tattooing. Several millennia ago, tattoos already existed on the body of Egyptian women. However, they had the form of lines and dots, and were applied more to decorate the body. Over time, men began to use tattoos, but already as a protection and amulet. They were mostly magical symbols, deities, and sacred objects.
Egyptian tattoos are interesting not only for fans of this culture. They are in demand among people with completely different views and interests. Most likely, because mysticism is always attractive and carries a special mysterious atmosphere.
In addition, images in this direction have a number of distinctive and always relevant features:
It is not worth stuffing just a picture you like from Egyptian culture, because due to its mysticism, every detail in it has its own specific meaning. And it is unnatural to fill a drawing that does not correspond to your nature at all.
All the variety of Egyptian images can be divided into groups:
Men prefer a crocodile, a dog and birds of prey. The crocodile was a sacred animal of the god Sobek, the lord of water. The crocodile's eyes are sunrise, and the tail is sunset. That is, the crocodile itself is the personification of the daily movement of the sun. His image speaks of the power of the spirit and power over the weak. The drawing of a dog is combined with the ancient Egyptian god Anubis-a guide to the world of the dead. Therefore, a stuffed Egyptian dog is a guide to something unknown and mysterious. Birds of prey are also an indivisible part with the deity and symbolize power and authority over mortals.
Ankh cross. A talisman against danger, giving physical strength.
The Eye of Horus. The all-seeing eye of the soul, which helps to see the danger and the catch on the whole path of life.
The pyramid and the Sphinx. They contribute to the accumulation of bioenergy and connect the divine and human worlds together. Symbols of wealth and the desire to improve the financial situation. As well as the power and royal power.
The scarab beetle. A symbol of the human heart. It helps to overcome difficulties both in the environment and inside yourself.
Everything that is not touched in the Egyptian culture, every detail is filled with meaning and its own history, so stopping at the image of a tattoo of this culture, carefully study the meanings and meaning of the desired drawing.