Traditional Demon Tattoos
Acting as a counter to man's fascination with or belief in God and the timeless struggle of good versus evil, demon tattoos have always been a popular choice in traditional tattooing. They often symbolise the dark side of people and their proclivity towards hedonistic pursuits such as alcohol, drugs, gambling and sex. They can also be used as reminders of a person's past struggles, eg with addiction or crime and to constantly be alert to them resurfacing.
Many cultures and religions have their own unique versions of demons. One of the most well known being Baphomet. In medieval times, the Knights Templar were accused, by the church, of worshipping Baphomet and therefore heresy. This goat-headed deity then became associated with the occult and was further popularised by the infamous Satanist - Aleister Crowley.
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