The bull is one of the most treasured photographs symbolically complex. Bulls can symbolize many things, strength and power, fertility, and impulsivity. Body Art with the bulls can also symbolize a range of different approaches, based on tattoo designs support.
Bulls are male cattle, of course, the first animals domesticated by humans during the development of agriculture were. During the next millennium, the police many tasks for humanity, a source of strength for the construction and agriculture as a fundamental part of many cultures, the food supply.
It is the close relationship between the origin of civilization (construction, food to feed people more and more solid connections) of the bull with much of its symbolic form.
The Taurus is a powerful creature, bent human needs, in many ways a symbol of the conquest of nature by human ingenuity. However, the bull is still strong and dangerous animal, known for its tenacity and stubbornness. This combination of utility and performance was the perfect sacrifice of animals in ancient religious rites.
Throughout the Mediterranean, the bulls Veterans sacrifices to their gods, the ritual day, when the strongest expression of submission to the gods. Be the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Babylonians all the bull as one of the most powerful beings in the world, connected to fertility and the progression of the seasons. Tattoos are often played with echoes of agents the spiritual role of the bell again.
Another aspect of the bull is the symbol of his virility and cruelty. An angry bull is a scary face, lust and destructive intentions. Tattoos of bulls may transfer part of this symbolic masculinity to the carrier or for his courage in the physical domain.
Bull riding and its ancient traditions more or less constant for thousands of years. The modern rodeo is based on historical activities that have in common in ancient Greece, and is a descendant of the Spanish fighting bull cults of ancient Crete.
Besides the European cultures have a whole wealth around the bull and symbolically. India, with its predominantly Hindu population, the bulls are revered as symbols of strength and fertility. Cows are sacred in India, it is no surprise that the Bulls are very important, but part of the Hindu myth is based on a heavenly bull named Rudra, who fertilized the world. Many other gods are aspects of her bulls, or bulls or in any way connected with the other.
The mighty roar of a bull was associated with thunder is long, with many gods of thunder in the different religious traditions with bull bull as a companion or in part. Mythical bulls were often the source of the thunder generated directly by trampling on the sky, the thunder of their hooves and bellows.