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Nuclear Ink Inc
(402) 556-8500
159 N 72Nd St
Omaha, NE
 
Sundown Tattoo
(402) 556-0111
7116 Blondo
Omaha, NE
 
Black Squirrel Tattoo
(402) 885-8282
4001 Farnam St.
Omaha, NE
 
Grinn and Barrett Tattoo Studio
(402) 553-7714
5002 Center St
Omaha, NE
 
Body Mods
(402) 551-8801
6112 Military Ave
Omaha, NE
 
Grinn && Barrett
(402) 553-7714
5002 Center St Ste 3
Omaha, NE
 
Grinn & Barrett
(402) 553-7714
5002 Center St Ste 3
Omaha, NE
 
Nuclear Ink Inc
(402) 556-8500
159 N 72nd St
Omaha, NE
 
Liquid Courage
(402) 926-4968
809 S 75th St
Omaha, NE
 
Living Image Tattoos
(402) 551-0195
5723 Nw Radial Hwy
Omaha, NE
 

Apple tattoos

Apple tattoo designs Apple Tattoos - Apples have long symbolized fertility, love, sensuality and sexuality, temptation and sin. No doubt apple enthusiasts eagerly anticipated the ripening of the fruit of the apple tree with its promise of sweetness to come as they turned from green to red in the rays of the sun. An apple is literally ripe with promise. When the fruit is cut in half, through its vertical plane, the seed casing was thought by many to resemble a female vulva, or external genitalia. When the fruit is cut in half through its horizontal plane, the seed casing is exposed as a star-shaped, five segmented structure. This pentagram shape was widely seen as a symbolism of knowledge. And when the pentagram was contained within a circle, very reminiscent of an apple, it was thought to represent sacred knowledge.

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The most famous apple undoubtedly belongs to Eve. In fact, it was an unnamed fruit from the Tree of Knowledge that Eve offered to Adam in the Garden of Eden, later called 'apple' by Renaissance artists who were inspired by the Greek legend. In Renaissance art, an apple held in Adam's hand depicted sin. Thereafter, paintings of the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden depicted apple trees, and the apple became identified with knowledge and temptation, although there is no specific mention of apple in that particular Bible story. The phrase 'apple of thine eye' appears in one of the Psalms and refers to the eye's pupil - something precious and to be protected. It's a phrase still in use today, and is associated with love and relationships.

The apple is thought to be the earliest tree to be cultivated. Alexander the Great is credited with importing the apple from Asia Minor to Greece around 300 BC. The apple frequents myth and legend, some episodes sweet, some sour. In ancient Greece it was the food of the gods, and a symbol of knowledge, youth and immortality. The Greeks spoke of 'Golden Apples' growing on the Tree of Life, which had magical healing powers. On the other hand, an apple is said to have started the Trojan Wars - aptly called the 'Golden Apple of Discord'. A goddess with a grudge offered the golden apple as a prize to the fairest goddess in the pantheon. Paris, a Trojan, judged Aphrodite the fairest for offering him the love of the beautiful Helen. Athena, a very poor loser, sided with the Greeks in the fight to get Helen back. The rest is history - or myth - depending what you believe.

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In Norse mythology, the apple was the food of the gods and a symbol of eternal youth. It was a fertility symbol in Europe, where young women were given apples by their suitors. Irish tradition upholds the Apple as a symbol of immortality, and for the Swiss it has been the emblem of freedom since the 14th century story of William Tell. Forced by the enemy to shoot an arrow through an apple perched on the head of his son, William Tell became a hero for the Swiss when he succeeded.

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