Santa Muerte Tattoo meaning – duality (like a Griffin), life (like a tiara), death (like an Angel of Death), protection (like a whale), healing (like a dahlia), evil (like a leprechaun), fear (like a penguin), etc. So, what does a Santa Muerte tattoo mean? Now you know.
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- History & Symbolism: Santa Muerte (or the Lady of Death) is some sort of female saint. Altough she is a Death Angel, her meanings are a little bit different than you can imagine: safe delivery, protection and even healing. Santa Muerte is venerated both in Mexico and United States. She is also refered as the “Skinny Lady“. Santa Muerte is also related with the Aztec culture.
- Female version of Grim Reaper: some cultures consider her the female version of the Grim Reaper. Like a Grim Reaper, she carries a globe and a scythe. Just like a Grim Reaper, many people around the world (Mexicans, but also those from United States) have this type of tattoo on their body.
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Santa Muerte Tattoos on celebrities – do you know any celebrities with this type of tattoo on their body? If you do, please share with us. I know some celebrities with Grim Reaper tattoos, but none with Santa Muerte tattoos.
Santa Muerte Tattoo Placement ideas – you can place it on your finger, on your back (or lower back), on your chest, etc. Place it where you feel like it needs to be placed, not in places others get it.
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