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Scandinavian Viking Compass Vegvisir Tattoo....this is what I was going to get next...love the bird with it!

Scandinavian Viking Compass Vegvisir Tattoo....this is what I was going to get next...love the bird with it!

Norse Tattoo Design by whispersXofXbaal.deviantart.com

Norse Tattoo Design by whispersXofXbaal.deviantart.com

if this sign is carried one will never lose one's way during hard times even if the way is not known

if this sign is carried one will never lose one's way during hard times even if the way is not known

Lord Shiva, his consort Parvati and a small Shiva Linga which is in the centre foreground. Carl Jung has refered to this holy union as the “mysterium coniunctionis”.Libido, the energy of the self and the universe.It gets confused with sex. But, it is embodied in the physical relationship between male and female as well as the pyschic relationship between the conscious and unconscious, the masculine energies and feminine energies within, with soul and spirit, with light and…

Lord Shiva, his consort Parvati and a small Shiva Linga which is in the centre foreground. Carl Jung has refered to this holy union as the “mysterium coniunctionis”.Libido, the energy of the self and the universe.It gets confused with sex. But, it is embodied in the physical relationship between male and female as well as the pyschic relationship between the conscious and unconscious, the masculine energies and feminine energies within, with soul and spirit, with light and…

Shiva - The most powerful and fascinating deity in Hinduism, who represents death and dissolution. One of the godheads in the Hindu Trinity, and known by many names - Mahadeva, Pashupati, Nataraja, Vishwanath, Bhole Nath - Shiva is perhaps the most complex of Hindu deities. Hindus recognise this by putting his shrine in the temple separate from those of other deities and worshipping Shiva as a phallic symbol called the ‘Shiva Limgam’ in most temples.

Shiva - The most powerful and fascinating deity in Hinduism, who represents death and dissolution. One of the godheads in the Hindu Trinity, and known by many names - Mahadeva, Pashupati, Nataraja, Vishwanath, Bhole Nath - Shiva is perhaps the most complex of Hindu deities. Hindus recognise this by putting his shrine in the temple separate from those of other deities and worshipping Shiva as a phallic symbol called the ‘Shiva Limgam’ in most temples.

Trishula and Ouroboros. Trishula is Shiva's trident. It represents inertia, momentum, and the balance between them. Ouroboros is the snake biting its own tail on Shiva's neck. It's a reference to imortality.

Trishula and Ouroboros. Trishula is Shiva's trident. It represents inertia, momentum, and the balance between them. Ouroboros is the snake biting its own tail on Shiva's neck. It's a reference to imortality.