Cross Tattoos for Hollywood Celebrities

Monday, September 5, 2011

In today’s world almost everyone knows about Cross Tattoos . Some people us it as a way of self expression. By getting inked people express their acceptance or non-acceptance for a particular subject. Some use it as a fashion statement.
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There are so many different types of Cross Tattoos available to select from and people choose a Cross Tattoos according to their personal style and beliefs. They are basically categorized as follows: Dragon, Cross Tattoos , star, lower back Cross Tattoos and many more.

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From the above list the Cross Tattoos is one very famous design nowadays. They symbolized the Christian religion. People use these Cross Tattoos on their bodies to express their love and faith towards their religion Christianity. Besides, expression of faith in Christianity, these designs have other meanings as well. There are different types of designs available. Amongst them are the Catholic or Christian Cross Tattoos , Celtic Cross Tattoos , Gothic Cross Tattoos a nd Iron Cross Tattoos etc.

The Catholic Cross Tattoos are purely used as a symbol of faith towards Christianity. These Cross Tattoos contains three equal spokes pointing in a upward, right and left direction and one long spoke pointing in a downward direction. This design is similar to the Cross Tattoos . Gothic Cross Tattoos have the exact opposite meaning of the Cross Tattoos . They were first introduced in Germany and these days people especially teenagers, strongly follow Gothic music. This is the main reason why these people prefer Gothic, to show their love towards this Gothic music. The Gothic Cross Tattoos are also used to express soreness, antagonism and faith towards the Goth culture.
In the Celtic Cross Tattoos we find two symbols, the Cross Tattoos and the circle. They symbolize religion combined with spirituality. Being religious and being spiritual are two separate things. These Cross Tattoos are the depiction of the cultural legacy of Ireland