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It could mean different things depending on the context.
Did you see it in a dream? Did you see it when you were awake? Was it a vision or a hallucination or is it possible that you saw a real live white wolf?
If you had a dream of a white wolf the interpretation would require more information:
Did the wolf look at you? Did it chase you? How did the wolf make you feel?
What do wolves mean to you personally? Did the wolf have the same feeling as anything else that you can think of?
Dreams are whole-mind experiences -- in order to properly interpret symbols in dreams you have to take your emotions and thoughts about the symbols into account.
If you saw a white wolf in a hallucination it could mean that you are sick. You can tell if it was a hallucination if you were awake when you saw it and other people couldn't see it or if you saw it in a place that it was extremely unlikely that a wolf would be.
Death. It is an ancient pirate symbol used in flag-form (black flag and white skull and crossbones). They would fly it on the ship as a way of telling their victims they were about to die. A kind of psychological warfare in the slow approach of a sailing ship full of people about to kill you. It was quite effective.
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Back in the days of the tall ships, sailors would get a sparrow tattoo for crossing a sea, i.e., from the US to England. A seaman with 5,000 miles or more under his belt earned the right to a sparrow tattoo. Some called it a swallow. There you go.
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Sparrows and swallow tattoos are often grouped as the same thing....
swallows were gotten by pirates when they travel over 100,000 miles or over the equator and back, they would ge one on the way one on the way back... (often done on collarbones) they have a symbolism of "safe travel/safe return"
they also are a symbol of true love (more so with swallows) but swallows mate for life, and no matter where each of them are in the world, once a year they both meet up in the Galapagos Islands to mate.... amongst millions of other birds, all over the world, they find each other.
-What most of this is talking about is Swallows, not sparrows. Oold sailors would tattoo one swallow for 5,000 miles, until they had their 2 swallows, after that they would do stars, often on the hands or in the ears. The crossing of the equator has little to do with the swallows. Crossiing the equator would generally be remembered with a tattoo of Neptunus Rex, or some manner of turtle, to represent the order fo the Shellback. Like most sailor-esque tattoos, its a good luck token. By all means, any tattoo is whatever you want it to mean, do it for you.
+1 ^ the crossing the line( equator) has nothing to do with the sparrows,or swallows. crossing the equator is when a sailor goes from being a slimy polly-wog (landlubber) to a mighty shellback-after a two day initiation; a day of wog uprising and rebelion,and the next day wich is the actual initiation and going before King Neptune.
The Sparrows were not a Sailor Jerry design,nor were the nautical stars-though he made them 'popular' and 'cool' to have.They have been around for a very long time. Much longer than most people know. As sailors travled by sea, swallows were seen flying above when land came closer. So a swallow in flight is a sign of land ahead or "safe return home".
It fully depends on who you ask. My favorite one I have ever heard was it was originally gotten by seamen to symbolize a safe journey home because when you saw the birds it meant you were close to shore. I have heard they also mean freedom and a few other things. Some people just get them because they look cool too.
It all depends on the socially relevant religious/spiritual structure influencing
the masses. and that your sexual instincts are in open revolt with your spiritual instincts and vicaverca
The dog that the one creep, Lazarro, feeds the watch springs to out of spite? I would say it represents the average soldier on either side, who was offered a chance at patriotism and glory by enlisting (the delicious steak) but discovered that the war was confusion, cruelty, and destruction on an unimaginable scale (the sharp little metal pieces). So the average soldier in the war is, like the poor dog, writhing in pain and misery, not sure why it is happening or who to blame. The dog and the soldier are both aware, however, that they were offered a false bill of sale when they took the hamburger/signed up.
It is a symbol created by the HRC, (Human Rights Campaign), an organization working to advance civil equality and personal liberty for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered community. The equal sign (=), symbolizes human rights and is often cited as a token for the ongoing struggle and persecution the LGBTQ community still face.
Symbolism of a Swallow Tattoo:
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An Artichoke symbolises peace in many countries such as; Libya, Egypt and Somalia. Countries which are located in North Africa. Many American states such as Kentucky have adopted the Artichoke in order to achieve peace at the senate.
To know the answer to this question we must know the seven basic forces we have and the gods associated with them.
The seven basic forces and gods:
1. Dreaming force - Indra
2. Illusory force - Shakti
3. Voluntary force - Brahma
4. Semi voluntary force - Vishnu
5. Involuntary force - Shiva
6. Status altering force - Shani
7. Compulsive force - Yama.
Hindu gods with snakes:
It is obvious that of the seven basic gods only Vishnu and Shiva are associated with snakes. Vishnu has five or seven headed Shesha. Shiva has a single headed cobra around his neck or upper arms.
Thus, the snakes have something to do with the Semi voluntary and Involuntary forces. It must be mentioned here that the Involuntary force is just the negative half of the Semi voluntary force.
The Semi voluntary force:
In this, there is a layer of Voluntary force trapped between two layers of Involuntary force. Beyond the two layers of Involuntary force are the positive and negative attitudes, which act as walls of this force.
The central layer of Voluntary force is what we call 'I'. It is the reference state for our thoughts and movements and emotions are produced in reference to it.
The Semi voluntary force and the serpent:
Whenever there are changes in our comfort we raise or lower our reference state to avoid production of emotions. Since this movement is limited by our positive and negative attitudes the graph of movement of the reference state looks like the movement of a serpent. Thus, Vishnu is prominently associated with the serpent Shesha.
The Semi voluntary force is the default force and the other forces are just modifications of this force. Thus, Vishnu enables us to select any of the remaining six gods. Because Vishnu gives us seven options the serpent has seven heads indicating the seven options that we have. Since Indra and Yama are supposed to play a role after our death only, our options may be just five and thus Shesha may have just five heads.
The Involuntary force:
The Involuntary force is just the negative half of the Semi voluntary force. The movement of the reference state here is minimal and the option is just one. Thus, Shiva has a single headed small cobra around his neck or upper arms.
Thus, in Hindu mythology snake is symbolic of our reference state 'I'.
Circle * Connection, community, wholeness, endurance, movement, safety, perfection * Refers to the feminine: warmth, comfort, sensuality, and love. Rectangle / Square * Order, logic, containment, security. * Rectangles provide a fourth point, which is mathematically the foundation for 3D objects, suggesting mass, volume, and solids. Triangle * Energy, power, balance, law, science, religion. * Refers to the Masculine: strength, aggression, and dynamic movement.
I don't know of any symbols that specifically mean respect. Plus, various symbols and shapes mean different things in different cultures. But symbols work by association, so you could make a symbol that means respect for you in your circumstance. Respect means "to look back at" or even "re-look." So, a pair of spectacles, a eyeglass, binoculars, etc. could all be more literal symbols. A rearview mirror might be interesting. Choose something meaningful to you.
it is a kind of cross over between a religion entertainment , and it represents spirituality. and frightenes
i would think that means the sky is very cloudy-- the clouds shaped like leaves
The dark color is associated with the mysterious dark void of the unseen unknown similar to the human ignorance and fear to palisade in one's own convictions to reject the Truth which in religious doctrines was considered evil.Black color was used in pagan rituals/witchcraft to create fear experienced by ignorant people in unexplained phenomenons eg: lunar & solar eclipses-night etc. Biblical and many religious scripture have described evil as dark.Both oral & written literature have described evil as dark eg: Milton-'Paradise Lost'.
Darkness is dispelled by light where humans visualize as Truth and associate it with knowledge and divine element.The color white therefore is associated with purity & divinity.
These ideas are strongly culturally bound. Keep in mind phrases like "in the black", meaning doing ok with regard to money; not in debt (in the red). Also, in some cultures, white is the color of death. Black is a strong and fashionable color. For women who can wear it, few colors are as stunning. Keep culturally bound assumptions in mind, and keep them in check. There is nothing inherent in any color that indicates or suggests goodness or evil. Think of them and use them figuratively, but keep your wits about you.
The Roman physician Galen
Nautical stars historically have symbolized travel, safe journeys, finding your way, and most obviously, the sea and naval endeavors. The rainbow historically has been used as a symbol of peace, and more contemporarily, as a symbol of gay pride. A rainbow nautical star could mean a variety of different things, ranging from hopes for a safe & peaceful voyage to a symbol of solidarity amongst gay sailors.
Not all naturally occurring phenomenon can or should be interpreted as omens. Finding feathers isn't usually something of note, unless you have asked a specific question of your spirit guides, in which case the interpretation is very personal.
Yellow usually represents excitement.
It symbolizes the couple's new life together. Aside from this, doves can mean purity.
It means a change in.
For example if you had Delta(y) that would mean a change in Y values in respect to another variable
DEATH? Something bad is about to happen? Bad weather....
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