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Diversified Ink Tattoo Studio
(207) 947-7238
547 Hammond St Ste A
Bangor, ME
 
Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 S Main St
Brewer, ME
 
Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 South Main Street
Brewer, ME
Hours
Tuesday-Saturday:1:30pm to 7:00pm Sunday:1:30pm to 5:00pm Monday:Closed

Maine Tattoo
(207) 989-2436
25 N Main St
Brewer, ME
 
Maine Tattoo
(207) 989-2436
25 N Main St
Brewer, ME
 
Body Graphics
(207) 478-7856
255 N. Main Street
Brewer, ME
 
Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 South Maine St.
Brewer, ME
 
Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 S Main St
Brewer, ME
 
Kokopelli's Tattoo & Body Piercing
(207) 991-9760
53 Center St.
Brewer, ME
 
Blind Faith Tattoos
(207) 469-1196
84 Main St
Bucksport, ME
 

Moon tattoos

Moon Tattoo design ideas Moon Tattoo Designs - One of the Twelve Symbols of Sovereignty (imperial authority), the moon is a symbol of heaven. The moon is representative of the passive principle (Yin) to the sun's active principle (Yang). The moon in heraldry is always borne as a crescent, usually with the cavity turned upward. In Western astrology The Moon is said to represent the feeling nature of the individual. It is used to characterize the inner child within us, as well as the past and how we have been as individuals rather than how we are now.

Though some call the Moon a planet in its own right, scientifically speaking, the Moon is a satellite of Earth, orbiting in 28 days. The moon's gravitational pull is the cause of tides in the oceans, but its presence in the heavens has been the cause of the many changing tides in the human heart and mind.

Moon Tattoo design ideas In ancient Egypt, we find the earliest written records of the moon's influence in the lives of humans. Before Sun worship, the Egyptians worshipped the moon. Isis was not only a symbol of Moon, she was Goddess, too. In ceremonies and processions, her headdress was a moon with a pair of cow's horns symbolizing motherhood, since Isis was also the representative of Nature. The ancient Egyptians also portrayed the moon as a cat, not because of any physical resemblance, but because both were lights in the dark - the cat could see at night, and the moon shed light in the night sky.

The Assyrians held the moon to be the supreme deity, while Moon worship existed in Ancient Greece, Babylonia, India and China. The belief was based on the observation of how the moon's phases affected the growth and decline of crops, and of animal and human life. Little wonder then that the power of the Moon was seen as divine. Because the cycles and phases of the Moon are so predictable, the Moon played a prominent role in the earliest concepts of time and calendars, and the Lunar Calendar was used by many cultures to plan religious ceremonies around, and to time the planting and harvesting of crops.

In the Northern Hemisphere, the Harvest Moon, is the full moon that occurs nearest the autumnal equinox on September 23, and usually takes place in late September or early October. This Full Moon was often closely associated with the fall harvest of grain and other crops, hence its name and many celebrations took place at this time of the year. During the period of the Harvest Moon, the retardation (later rising each night) of the moon is at a minimum, because of the relation of the moon's path to the horizon. On several nights in succession the moonrise is at nearly the same time, and there is full moonlight almost from sunset to sunrise if the sky is unclouded.

The Hunters Moon was the name given to the first full moon after the Harvest Moon. It often signaled the period when animals that migrated, either herd animals or birds, began to be hunted in earnest for food stores for the winter ahead. Like the Harvest Moon, th...

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