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Wiccan: Designs which portray Wiccan beliefs or things associated with witches. Some topics of choice are:

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Athame: An alter knife or blade which symbolizes choice and contemplation.

Bat:A night creature with an almost supernatural ability to travel in the dark. In the old days many rituals had to be carried out at night and these creatures would share the dark with the practitioners.

Broom: Used to clean away negative forces and, of course, associated with flight as well.

Cauldron or Chalice: These symbolize the womb (V), and thus, creation.

Fire: Fire symbolizes transformation. By jumping through the fire twice it is used to destroy the old and enflame the new.

Pentacle: A five pointed star within a circle, often called a pentagram and often confused with the Satanic inverted Pentagram. It is said to represent may different things, such as a human within an aura, the four elements plus spirit, or the interweaving of the womb symbol (V) making it a star of life.

Theban: A form of writing, attributed to Honorius of Thebes, which is used by some for the writing of spells. Of course others use Runes as well. (see Viking)

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Wildlife:

Pretty much any tattoo of a creature found in nature. Deer, buffalo, etc., etc. This style is typically done in greyscale and artists such as Tom Renshaw are masters in this area.

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