What Is Dead Gypsy Tattoo?


The Dead Gypsy tattoo is related to the Mexican holiday, Dia de los Muertos or the Day of the Dead. The gypsy skull tattoo is often used as a way of remembering a loved one. There is a ritual associated with the Day of the Dead as celebrations that honor deceased loved ones. Sugar skulls are made in an effort to symbolize not only death, but also rebirth. Native Mexicans once believed that death was actually the continuation of life and not the end, but instead, was a new beginning. Although the Day of the Dead was initially meso-American, it has since evolved to include other cultures as well.
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its about the day of the dead.
Selecting a gypsy tattoo for yourself generally says that you are in a
I would imagine that it could symbolize being free and independent.
An example of a gypsy tattoo is a design of multiple intertwined loops. This symbolizes the continual death & rebirth, faith, life, and even love.
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