Owl Tattoo meaning – an owl is related to the following meanings: wisdom (mostly in the Western culture. The goddess of Wisdom also has an owl symbol), protection (like a lighthouse), intelligence, singing (perfect for singers, such as Justin Bieber for example), success (like a koi fish), prosperity (like a fish hook), sorcery (like Santa Muerte) / evil (in the Uto-Aztecan culture), strong (like an anchor), beautiful (like a geisha). It’s a tattoo that’s good for both men/boys and girls/women. They are also called the “Goddess of the night”, so they are related to dark/black. Being an animal with wings, the owl also means freedom (like a dandelion or a guitar). Here are a couple of pictures:
Owl Tattoo symbols:
- Greek mythology: the Goddess Athena had the owl symbol. She is the daughter of Zeus. She is the God of wisdom, but also of strength, strategy and skill.
- Hindu religion: in this religion the owl is considered the mount of the Goddess Lakshmi (she is the Goddess of prosperity and wealth). She is also related to the elephant. Interested in the elephant tattoo meaning too?
- The owl is also called “The Angel of Death” (like a small Grim Reaper).
- Some people also believe the owl symbol/tattoo is related somehow to Illuminati.
- Third eye: the owl is associated with the Third eye, mostly because of his vision. The owls have super night vision.
- Arab mythology: in the Arab mythology, the owls are only related to bad omens/bad things.
Here is another picture for your next owl tattoo:
Celebrities that have owl tattoos – Justin Bieber (he has plenty of tattoos, including: indian chief tattoo, tiger tattoo, but plenty more), Drake, etc. Maybe they are more, but I couldn’t find any for now. If you find more celebrities with owl tattoos, please share here. Thanks! Here is another tattoo set to keep you going:
Owl Tattoo placement ideas – on your ankle, on your arm, behind your ear, on your chest, on your forearm, on your foot, maybe on your finger, etc. Here is another picture:
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