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George Papas Tattoo
(773) 764-7757
6305 N Clark St.
Chicago, ILLIN
 
Tattoo Factory Inc
(773) 989-4077
4441 N Broadway St
Chicago, IL
 
International Body Jewelry & Tattoo Supply
(773) 685-6050
3024 N Cicero Ave
Chicago, IL
 
Jade Dragon Tattoo Studio
(773) 736-6960
5331 W Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL
 
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(773) 281-6392
2230 Belmont Ave.
Chicago, IL
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Tattoo Factory
(773) 989-4077
4408 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL
 
Tattoo Factory, Inc
(773) 989-4077
4441 N Broadway St
Chicago, IL
 
World Famous "Fat Joe's" Tattoo And Body Piercing
(773) 736-3084
5331 W. Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL
 
A1 Jade Dragon "Master" Tattooing & Body Piercing
(773) 736-6960
5331 W. Belmont Avenue
Chicago, IL
 
Jade Dragon Tattoo Studio
(773) 736-6960
5331 W Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL
 

Rattlesnake tattoos

Rattlesnake, Diamondback, Sidewinder, Rattler Tattoos
Rattlesnake tattoo symbol ideas For the Native American, the indigenous rattlesnake (commonly known as the 'rattler', but also as the diamondback or sidewinder) is a symbol of potency and fertility. With a strike as fast as lightning, it has become associated with rain and the act of entering the earth and bringing forth life. It is regarded as the male symbol of creation. It is also a symbol of death and transformation, since its venom has the power to turn life towards death, delivering humans to the edge of one world and to the brink of another. In some cases the victim returns, since the bite of the rattler is not always deadly.

Because it rattles its tail before striking, as a warning, this poisonous snake has been called courageous. Appalachian fiddlers are said to place the rattle of the snake inside their fiddles to improve the sound.

The snake's phallic shape has long made it a symbol of fertility, as well as the fact that many species of snakes mate in large balls of intertwined individuals, and the young emerge from eggs. Conversely, the widespread distribution of poisonous snakes have long made men have a healthy respect for the power that snakes have - literally one of life and death.

Rattlesnake images

In many myths, snake bites and snake venom are featured as representations of life and death. This duality often has snakes as symbols of the Underworld, or Underground.

Rattlesnake images

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