The tribes of the aborigines of the Amazon River basin worshiped the goddess Orchid, who personified light and beauty. It was believed that it takes away from people their vices-anger, belligerence and cruelty. According to legend, the other gods did not agree with her and banished her to earth. She left with her lover and turned into an amazing flower
, showing by her example that a person should be beautiful, pure both in soul and body.
Among different peoples of the world, the flower symbolizes:
the charm and charm of a woman;
purity of body and soul;
Some peoples consider the orchid a symbol of wealth, luxury and carelessness. This is not accidental, since the flowers of this plant are surprisingly diverse in their beauty and shades of color. Any capricious girl will find among them one that will win her heart.
In each country, the flower is perceived in its own way. For example, the Chinese see it as:
- A symbol that says that a person is perfect.
- Love and femininity.
- Continuous learning away from people.
- Inexhaustible energy.
- Large families.
- Inner charm.
Residents of China are sure that the orchid has the most favorable effect on people born under the sign of Pisces. In Vietnam, the flower is perceived as a symbol of the beginning of everything new, youth and spring. After all, in this country it blooms before the New Year. In Europe, the white orchid is considered a messenger of friendliness, conflict-free, openness and the desire for compromise. It is believed that the image of this flower gives creative energy and inspiration. Often, the bride and groom make paired tattoos for themselves, since there is a belief that this brings harmony to the relationship of lovers. Some cultures use such tattoos to denote passion, intimacy. After all, any image of an orchid carries a touch of eroticism.
In the tattoo culture, the image of an orchid is often used. Despite the huge variety of flower species, numbering tens of thousands, in tattoos it symbolizes rarity, as well as perfection. All over the world, tatoo with an orchid denote the ideal, beauty, tenderness and carelessness. Flower petals represent affection, so they are often pricked as a sign of eternal love. From the depths of centuries, a legend came to us from Ancient Greece that the orchid protects a person from impotence and weakness, brings success in business and the fertility of the land.
The most important thing for an orchid tattoo is the color scheme:
passion, desire and love are personified by a tattoo in purple, scarlet, reddish color;
hidden sexuality-pink, white, light blue shades;
secret intentions and mystery – purple coloring;
sadness, romance, as well as grief is carried by the black color of the tattoo.
Dark skin will be decorated with brownish and yellowish shades, and light skin looks great with flowers of pale pink and yellow flowers. Place small flowers on the ankles or forearms
. Large drawings are performed on the back
, above the chest
. The drawing is sometimes stuffed by guys, but for them it embodies strength, masculinity and perfect beauty.