Owl Tattoos Bangor ME

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Diversified Ink Tattoo Studio
(207) 947-7238
547 Hammond St Ste A
Bangor, ME
 
Body Graphics
(207) 478-7856
255 N. Main Street
Brewer, ME
 
Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 South Maine St.
Brewer, ME
 
Maine Tattoo
(207) 989-2436
25 N 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

Wiz Tattoos
(207) 989-6017
510 S Main St
Brewer, ME
 
Maine Tattoo
(207) 989-2436
25 N Main 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
 

Owl tattoos

Owl symbols Owl Tattoo Designs - As birds of the night and birds of prey, the owl has been associated with psychic powers, the "angel of death," and the goddess of night. Greek, Roman, and Celtic mythology all have owls as representatives of spiritual influence, wisdom and knowledge. Hinduism uses the owl as a symbol of cosmic spirituality as well.

Native American religions and shaman priests have placed numerous spiritual associations upon the owl. The Cree believed that the whistles of the Boreal Owl was a call to the spirit world. If an Apache dreamed of an owl, it meant that death was eminent. Cherokee shamans looked to Eastern Screech Owls for  guidance on punishment and sickness.

Owl symbols In Africa the owl is associated with witchcraft and sorcery. To the Bantu the owl is the associate of wizards. In eastern Africa, the Swahili believe that the owl brings illness to children. Zulus in southern Africa view the owl as a bird of sorcerers, and in the western part of the Africa the bird is considered a messenger of wizards and witches. In Madagascar  owls are said to gather with witches and dance on the graves of the dead.

As a spiritual symbol, owls can be found throughout the world. Australia, China, Greenland, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia and Sweden all have cultures or mythical traditions that give considerable spiritual significance to the owl.

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