Frog Tattoos

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Frog Tattoo

Frog tattoos are highly symbolic but also really cute and funny. They are normally displayed as armbands, on the lower back, ankles, shoulders, upper back, chest etc. Frog tattoos are discovered all over the world. Tree frog tattoos are ideal for a young person’s first type of body art. Frogs have an extremely sensitive skin on it’s body which is thought to be magical. Frog woman was considered as the guardian of fresh water, and it was thought to protect humans from flood or thirst by making and manipulating a dam to control the waters for the maximum benefit. Frogs are often a symbol of harmony, regeneration and life. Frogs have always been associated with magic as in the Princess kissing a frog and turning him into a Prince.
The Frog symbol is a popular tattoo design that cuts across many cultures. The frog is usually seen as a teacher, as a guide to understanding supernatural powers and also as a mentor. You will find that in many cultures, the frog is associated with the ability to jump from one state of consciousness to another. Frog tattoos are one of the most magical and oldest form which stands for metamorphosis, regeneration and which gives new instructions in one’s life.

Many of the native Americans consider the frog to be the ‘Great Rain Maker’. With the last snowfall of spring the snowflakes touching the ground would turn into frogs announcing that the salmon would soon arrive. The frog tattoo is associated with water and the moon which is a symbol of fertility, prosperity and wealth for the coastal tribes in North America. The characteristics naturally possessed by the frogs have made humankind revere these delightful little creatures.

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Posted on September 17, 2011, in Tattoos and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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