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Ragin' Rhino Tattoo
(417) 239-3888
2005 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson, MO
 
Beehive Tattoo's
(417) 339-9155
210 W College St
Branson, MO
 
Ragin' Rhino Tattoo
(417) 239-3888
2005 W 76 Country Blvd Ste 211
Branson, MO

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Belton S Ink Spot Tattoo
(816) 331-7673
827 E North Ave
Belton, MO
 
Iron Age Studios
(314) 725-1499
6309 Delmar Blvd
Saint Louis, MO
 
Beehive Tattoo's
(417) 339-9155
210 W College St
Branson, MO
 
Sundown Tattoo
(402) 556-0111
7116 blondo
Omaha, AR
 
East Coast Al's Studio of Tattooing
(913) 321-1214
12308 Nw Bibion Dr
Kansas City, MO
 
Empire Tattoo
(573) 221-3161
320 Center St
Hannibal, MO
 
Full Spectrum Tattoo && Piercing
(636) 225-4456
6 Beckett Plz
Valley Park, MO
 
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Spider tattoos

Spider tattoo design ideas here! Spider Tattoos - The Spider is another popular tattoo symbol that crosses many tattoo genres and is prominently featured in the traditional tribal tattoos of many indigenous peoples around the world. There are very few cultures that do not have stories about spiders within their mythological histories, no doubt in part because spiders can be found on nearly every part of the planet, even on far-off islands, as spiders can travel vast distances using their webs as little parachutes! And who amongst us has not been fascinated by the webs that spiders weave and the way they capture their prey. Such images have fired the imaginations of men and women since the dawn of time.

Native American storytellers speak of Spider Woman who existed at the dawn of creation before humans arrived. Not surprisingly, she taught the people the art of weaving. Today, the Spider is a symbol of fertility, balance and harmony, and is often personified as Grandmother, the teacher and protector of wisdom. Spider shows up on prehistoric Native American clay carvings. It's a stylized Spider with a cross carved on its back, which, according to some archaeologists, symbolizes the centre of the earth and the four cardinal directions - north, south, east and west.

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Spider tattoo design ideas here! You can adopt the Spider also as a mark of creativity and cunning, and when found dangling at the end of its thread, see it as a symbol of good luck, because it's thought to be bringing down joy from heaven. Amongst weavers, worldwide, the Spider tends to be the symbol of their craft.

From ancient Greece comes the tale of a beautiful maiden named Arachne, who was so brilliant a weaver that the goddess Athena became jealous. According to the myth, Athena made Arachne's life so miserable that the maiden died. So great was Athena's remorse that she resurrected Arachne as a Spider, so she could spin beautiful webs for all time.

Spider gets a particularly bad rap in Europe, a hangover from the days of the Plague when the Spider was thought to have spread the disease. Naturally, it became an object of fear and loathing. For some people, their fear of Spiders became a medical condition, a phobia called 'arachnophobia', named for the Greek maiden, Arachne.

If you or your forbears hail from bonny Scotland, you will know all about Robert the Bruce and the Spider. This legendary king of Scotland took refuge in a cave after being defeated in battle by the English. Seeing no hope of recovering his kingdom, he was prepared to leave the country and never return. In his depression, he watched a Spider at the cave entrance building its web, and in the process failing over and over again. But the Spider did not give up. King Robbie was inspired to fight on, and is known for instructing his men, "If at first you don't succeed -- try, try and try again." It's a saying familiar to every schoolchild in Scotland.

In popular culture, today, the Spider and its web represent a force that's even mo...

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