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Tyme Tattoo Co
(307) 745-8288
204 S 3rd St Ste A
Laramie, WY
 
Extreme Point Tattoo
(307) 742-4766
213 S Fillmore St
Laramie, WY
 
Modern Art Dermagraphics
(307) 382-5247
6 Ramshead Cir
Rock Springs, WY
 
Hocus Pocus Tattoo
(307) 686-1363
410 Longmont St
Gillette, WY
 
Pleasures
(307) 742-5501
208 E Grand Ave
Laramie, WY
 
Pleasures
(307) 742-5501
208 E Grand Ave
Laramie, WY
 
Uncle Freaky S Tattoos
(307) 754-4263
217 W 2Nd St
Powell, WY
 
Skibo Ventures Inc
(307) 632-6869
117 W 5th St
Cheyenne, WY
 
Backstreet Tattoo
(307) 673-6500
840 N Main St
Sheridan, WY
 
Sparxworx
(307) 237-3342
136 S Center St
Casper, WY
 

Jaguar tattoos

Jaguar tattoo designs Jaguar Tattoos - The jaguar is the largest and most ferocious cat of the Americas, pound for pound more fierce and dangerous than: the tiger, the lion or the leopard. The Jaguar is at the pinnacle of the food chain in the Americas. The Jaguar is fiercely independent and cunning and both males and females are very territorial. It is the only large cat that routinely hunts in the water and in both Meso and South America it was a potent symbol of prowess in either hunting or battle.

The Jaguar figures prominently in the mythology of most cultures in South and Central America. It occurs in the art and religion of all pre-Colombian American civilizations and was considered a familiar and a companion of Shamans among the Olmecs, Mayans and Aztecs . It is an extraordinarily ancient and powerful totem animal and was a symbol of the nobility and the authority of royal families. The fur, claws and teeth of the jaguar were often used to adorn and decorate the costumes and finery of the highest ranking individuals.

These cultures found it very significant that Jaguars came in two colour phases, yellow and black and believed that the yellow phase of the Jaguar pulled the sun across the day sky and that the black phase of the Jaguar pulled the moon across the night sky. It was also considered important that the jaguar was equally at home hunting either on land or in the water, at night or in open daylight.

The jaguar was often the symbol of shamans, i...

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