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Bears Den Tattoos Inc
(410) 719-1090
5547 Balto Natl Pike
Catonsville, MD
 
Vincent Meyers
(410) 655-6098
8034 Liberty Rd
Baltimore, MD
 
Monique's Tattoos & Massages Inc
(410) 362-0001
4304 Connecticut Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Addicted 2 Ink LLC
(410) 242-8380
53 Carling Cir
Baltimore, MD
 
Read Street Tattoo Parlour
(410) 523-4657
231 W. Read Street
Baltimore, MD
 
Bears Den Tattoos Inc
(410) 719-1090
5550 Baltimore Ntnl Pike
Baltimore, MD
 
Vincent Meyers
(410) 655-6098
8034 Liberty Rd
Windsor Mill, MD
 
Monique's Tattoos && Massages Inc
(410) 362-0001
3061 Frederick Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Skilz Tatoos Head Quarters
(410) 669-2200
2232 Pennsylvania Ave
Baltimore, MD
 
Hysterical Tattoo Inc
(410) 418-9428
3740 Old Columbia Pike
Ellicott City, MD
 

Crocodile tattoos

Crocodile tattoosCrocodile Tattoo Designs - 'Evolution's greatest survivor' - that's author Lynne Kelly's ode to the crocodile. In the West, both alligator and crocodile are symbols of destructive voracity, and agents of divine retribution.

For many of us, our introduction to the crocodile comes in the story of Peter Pan (1904), in which the villain, Captain Hook, has lost a hand to a croc, and later loses his very life. Both are seen as hypocritical murderers. But to be consumed by such a powerful beast rings of human sacrifice in which the victim believes he's died an exalted death.

Alligators and crocodiles are both members of the 'crocodilian' family, one of the few species on earth that don't hesitate to treat humans as food. That puts them at the top of the food chain, challenging human supremacy.

Alligators and crocodiles are powerful symbols of stealth, patience, and 'hidden danger'. Their protruding, retractable eyes are like binoculars, resting just above the water's surface, while the bulk of the reptile remains invisible under water. When they strike, they're extremely accurate and efficient, as if they possess an underwater radar. With an excellent sense of sound, and with sensory organs all over their bodies, they can extrapolate the vibrations of its prey into a deadly attack plan. As an opportunistic ambush predator, the crocodile will remain submerged anywhere from thirty minutes up to two hours.

Psychologists find crocodilians an obvious symbol of our unconscious thoughts, urges and desires. Showing up in dreams, an alligator or crocodile might signify something known on an intuitive level, something not yet risen into consciousness, but which threatens to strike without mercy. Jungian analysts have a name for this unconscious and unwelcome part of ourselves - the 'Shadow'.

Sporting a 'crocodilian' tattoo might suggest that there's more to you than meets the eye. But that might be interpreted more as a warning than a welcome.

A crocodilian as animal totem includes its more positive qualities - maternal love (female crocodilian will fiercely protect their nest of eggs and newborn young), swiftness, survival instinct, primal energy, and an unbridled creative force. And, yes, fury and ferocity. But best of all -- revenge through patience. The crocodile and the alligator is also the keeper and protector of ancient knowledge. If you identify closely with the alligator or crocodile, you have the potential to be wise, but you must caution against being consumed by this wisdom.

Ancient Egyptians worshipped the crocodile as lord of the water and king of the Nile. It was the symbol of the Pharaoh, not only because it was the most ferocious predator, but because people associated it with the wetlands, which were the lifeblood of the country. Legend tells of Menes, the first king of Egypt, being rescued by a crocodile when he fell into a swamp. Ferried to safety, Menes built a city on the spot and called it Crocopol...

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