Tattoo hare (rabbit) in different cultures is a symbol of fertility and abundance, tenderness and innocence, desire and sexuality. For example, the Chinese horoscope says that the rabbit — the happiest animal of all the zodiac signs. Therefore, today in China is believed that the tattoo bunny brings good fortune to its owner. In addition, the rabbit symbol of the Chinese refers to the energy «yin» to the feminine: it is kindness, gentleness, tenderness, femininity
The stiff British attributed this little animal magic properties and associated it with a highly developed intuition. The first inhabitants of Canada, the Great Hare was elevated to divine status and was considered the God of fertility. In India and to this day the rabbit — a symbol of wealth and prosperity, the Japanese identify it with qualities such as stealth and mind
In ancient Greece and Rome was considered a hare image symbol of love, this animal was the constant companion of the goddess Aphrodite. For some people rabbit mascot was female, preserving fertility and helping to facilitate the process of childbirth.
In Christianity, Hare is symbol Easter , it is considered to be the herald of the renewal of life and rebirth. Interpretation of images vary greatly, depending on the religion and culture, so before you fill a tattoo rabbit, consider what interpretation of this character is closer to you in spirit and mood.
Most often tattoo with the image of a hare prefer to fill the fairer sex who want to show their desire for freedom and emancipation, to emphasize their individuality and sexuality. But do not forget that for many people the value of rabbit tattoo is interpreted as symbol of helplessness, the innocence and timidity . So it all depends on personal preference here.
In most cases this is a cartoon image of the tattooed. This fact is easily explained by the high popularity of the Disney cartoons, the national hero of «Just you wait!» Jolly Roger Rabbit — a character from the animated film «Alice in Wonderland.» Of course, these tattoos do not carry any hidden characters, they only indicate that their owner — a cheerful, open and mischievous lover of life.
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