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Contour Design Tattoo Studio
(218) 829-4595
109 Washington St Ste 5
Brainerd, MN
 
1 Life Tattoo
(218) 828-6500
609 Washington St
Brainerd, MN
 
Rising Phoenix Tattoo Studio
(320) 255-7305
16 21St Ave S
Saint Cloud, MN
 
Visual Addition Tattooing
(651) 227-3578
489 7Th St W
Saint Paul, MN
 
Natural Expressions Mehndi
(612) 644-3675
2234 Johnson St. N.E.
Minneapolis, MN
 
1 Life Tattoo
(218) 828-6500
609 Washington St
Brainerd, MN
 
Good Clean Fun Tattoos
(763) 295-3403
9375 Deegan Ave Ne Ste B
Monticello, MN
 
Adam Chiodo
(763) 574-0079
5001 University Ave Ne
Minneapolis, MN
 
Mankato Ink Custom Tattoo
(507) 387-7570
523 N Riverfront Dr
Mankato, MN
 
A Top Cat Tatoo
(507) 529-2981
415 S Broadway
Rochester, MN
 

Spiral tattoos

Spiral tattoo design ideas here! Spiral Tattoos - The spiral exists in many forms in nature, from the familiar curved horn of the ram or the goat, to the horns on the antelopes on the plains of Africa and the tusk on the narwal, to the shell of a snail or nautilus and the cluster of petals in a rose, all the way to magnetic fields at the earth's poles, and even in the galaxies swirling in space. The spiral seems to be nature's way of mesmerizing the observer with a sense of eternity. Spirals fascinated many early cultures, from the Celts and the Norse in Western and Northern Europe, to the Greeks and Romans around the Mediterranean. They saw the Equiangular Spiral, also known as the logarithmic spiral, Bernouli spiral and logistique and the study of the spiral helped fuel early mathematics and geometry. And it certainly influenced their art and the idea that there were laws and rules that governed proportion in both architecture and art. Think of the Golden Mean, also known as the Golden Ratio and the Divine Proportion. These ideas gave rise in turn to the Golden Rectangle and the Golden Triangle.

According to depth psychologists, the spiral symbolizes our inner and outer journey to God and the Self. In a word, our soul. And even that may be selling the spiral short. They've been described as'the actual shape of fluid energy evolving order from chaos'. Take a closer look at a DNA molecule and you'll see spiralling nucleic acids, the classic double helix.

Carl Jung proposed that symbols appear when there is a need to express what thought cannot think or what is only divined or felt. Tattoo designs and symbols, whether spirals or not, can also help us express what we feel but can not explain verbally. That may explain why some of the oldest examples of prehistoric art include spiral shapes painted or carved into rock. In fact, the spiral has left no human culture untouched. The symbol appeared in civilizations one after the other, notably Roman, Greek and Celtic, who freely decorated the objects of their culture with many mysterious motifs. The Celts even painted spirals on their naked bodies as an intimidation tactic while in hand-to-hand combat. Of course, the tattoo world is well familiar with the ancient Celtic genius for twisting plant and animals motifs into incredibly knotted spirals - a symbol for reaching the soul, attempting to understand God, the Universe and our place in it. For the Celts, there existed a Great Cosmic Loom that expressed the notion of a never-ending spirit.

Aboriginals in Australia often drew the spiral as a coiled snake. Islamic art, which prohibited the portrayal of people or animals in art, made good use of the spiral in its many glorious geometric designs. Spirals can also be found in oriental and Indian decoration.

Spirals keep showing up even today in the graphic logos of many organizations, usually symbolizing eternity, but also magic, dreams, and desires. And if the spiral is spinning, it imparts a sense of ca...

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