Peacock Tattoos Lawton OK

This page provides relevant content and local businesses that can help with your search for information on Peacock Tattoos. You will find informative articles about Peacock Tattoos, including "Peacock tattoos". Below you will also find local businesses that may provide the products or services you are looking for. Please scroll down to find the local resources in Lawton, OK that can help answer your questions about Peacock Tattoos.

Medusa'S
(580) 354-9448
1003 Sw E Ave
Lawton, OK
 
Vintage Ink
(580) 355-4828
2908 Nw Sheridan Rd
Lawton, OK
 
A Different Drummer Tattoo Studio
(580) 357-7800
2511 Nw Sheridan Rd
Lawton, OK
 
Artistic Ink
(580) 353-8287
3132 Nw Cache Rd
Lawton, OK
 
Monica Brown
(405) 209-8899
8013 S Western Ave Ste D
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Tattoo Plus
(580) 917-8224
7524 E Highway 82 Oklahoma Rdg
Lawton, OK
 
Altered Images Tattoo
(580) 353-7600
5525 Nw Cache Rd
Lawton, OK
 
Elegant Expressions Permanent Makeup By Suzy
(580) 704-9224
2928 NW Cache Rd
Lawton, OK

Data Provided By:
Majestik Tattoo Studios
(918) 758-7186
810 N. Wood Dr.
Okmulgee, OK
 
High Octane Tattoos
(918) 835-1177
4112 E 11Th St
Tulsa, OK
 
Data Provided By:

Peacock tattoos

Peacock tattoo designs Peacock Tattoos - Peacocks, and the colourful and flamboyant feathers (see Feathers) prominently featured in the extravagant tail display of the male Peacock have often been featured in tattoos, particularly those with an Asian or Far Eastern theme. We have all heard the expression, "Proud as a Peacock." The expression was first used by Chaucer in the 14th century and still works today. Pride, vanity and strutting arrogance, those are the qualities we immediately attribute to the handsome Peacock. But its astonishing beauty -- especially its magnificent plumage -- has gained it a symbolic presence in temples, royal gardens, and even at the gates of Paradise, according to one Muslim legend.

The Peacock is known as 'the bird of 100 eyes', due to the patterning in its tail feathers. The 'eyes' became a favourite mythic metaphor as all-seeing witnesses to hidden transgressions. The concept found its way into religious belief as the symbol of beatific vision. In the ancient myths of Egypt, Greece, and Rome, the Peacock feather was a symbol of the 'evil eye', and even today the Peacock feather is viewed with suspicion and kept out of the house in some parts of Europe.

The first Peacock (the male of the Peafowl species) strutted about in the jungles of Southwest Asia and found its way eventually to the four corners of the world.

It is the symbol of India, and thousands of Peacocks can still be found in Indian temples, perhaps because they are said to be great snake-slayers. Reputed to be immune to snake bites, its venom-rich blood was believed to chase away evil spirits. The god, Krishna wore peacock feathers in his hair and legend tells of the sons of Shiva riding on the back of the Peacock. In early Christian times, Peacock flesh was believed to be incorruptible. This, together with its eyes symbolizing the all-seeing Church, elevated the Peacock to sacred emblem status, representing resurrection, immortality, and the pure soul.

Uncountable stories attest to its popularity with divinity, royalty, and the military. The Greek goddess Hera (a.k.a. Juno) is said to have plucked the hundred eyes from the giant Argus while he slept, then placed them in the tails of her temple Peacocks. Sufi legend describes the creation of all living creatures from droplets of sweat from the body of the Peacock. In China, the Peacock represented divinity, rank, power and beauty. It was also reckoned that a woman could get pregn...

Click here to read the rest of this article from Vanishing Tattoo