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Friday, 16 September 2011

Phoenix Tattoo

If there was Phoenix Tattoo which is enchanted many of audience members of the Phoenix. This bird, which is signifying in many different cultures, can also be found in profusion of thebacks of tattoo followers.

Here are some different types of Phoenix:

  • Phoenix of Egyptian
The phoenix of Egyptian folklore speaks of an ancient bird that cry was so soulful and beautiful that it could fascinate humans in a purely magical way phoenix tattoos. The creature is said to have lived in the desert for 500 years before it would eat itself in a blaze of fire. Then, from its own ashes, it would be reborn to live another 500 years! As it flew through the skies above, it could leave a trail of fire, thus alerting all to its presence.
  • Phoenix of Chinese
The phoenix of Chinese origin was composed much like other Chinese creatures – out of parts of other (more widely known and recognized) animals. It was said to have the head of a pheasant, explore on  top of its head (the red, floppy part of a rooster), the beak of a bird (specifically a swallow), the neck of a tortoise, and flame-like additions (those appendages were similar to that of a common bird). It was an imaginary animal considered a bird of good luckand longevity.
  • Phoenix of China
The phoenix of China was meant to have several different colors of feathers. They were red,yellowblackblue, and whitephoenix . All colors enclosed the hidden virtues. Red stands for a long life and good luckyellow is for protection against evil; black is for self-agriculture; blue is for knowledge; white is for peace and attentiveness.

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