Jellyfish Tattoo meaning – calm (maybe like a Poseidon?), intelligence (like an octopus), grace, agility (like a Kraken), flexibility, faith (like a dove), wisdom (like a Griffin), immortality, etc. Most of the people that get a jellyfish tattoo have a fascination for the sea. But it doesn’t really matter – if you like a jellyfish tattoo, you can have it anway. Just remember one thing – once done, it’s complicated to get rid of. Not to mention a lot of money for the procedure. So, what does a jellyfish tattoo mean? Now you know!
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Jellyfish Tattoo symbolism:
- Gastronomy symbolism: do you know that in some countries, the jellyfish are considered a delicacy? Some of these countries are Korea or Japan, mostly Asian countries. From what I know, people in China also eat jellyfish, altough I don’t know if it’s considered a delicacy like in other countries.
- Immortality symbolism: do you know that the jellyfish is related to immortality? It’s not exactly what you think – it’s also called transdifferentiation or reprogramming. Imagine this – before a jellyfish dies, it can turn into a baby jellyfish again and again. Isn’t that cool?
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Jellyfish Tattoo Placement ideas – on your arm, on your ankle, on your foot, on your hip, on your leg, on your wrist, but also in other places. You can always see where your friends have tattoos, or celebrities, to get further information on the placement. You can always ask about it here, or on the forums.
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Jellyfish Tattoo on celebrities – Jacqui Sandell (she has a new jellyfish tattoo – she is from The Voice). If you know more celebrities/or your with cool jellyfish tattoos, please comment her and let us know. It’s helpful! If you know more about the jellyfish symbolism, please share with us.