The Medusa is portrayed in many stories as a victim or villain. In this article I will tell you the story of Medusa and show the meanings of Medusa Tattoo. The history of Medusa
Medusa is described as someone who fascinated men with her looks. Until one day when Athena, caught in the temple playing Medusa, gets so mad that she turns into a monstrous snake, it means that she has turned the men into stones with her staring eyes. There is also another version of Hesiod saying that Poseidon and Medusa were passionately fond of flowers and meadows. Medusa also symbolizes the femininity power makes magic transformation and protection. It is said that Perseus beheaded Medusa in his sleep to be the only heir.
One of the most famous fashion companies Versace uses the serpentine hair of Medusa as a company logo. At one end of the broad spectrum of interpretation of this logo lies an understanding, the vanity. But on the other hand lies a simple explanation by Donatella, Gianni Versace’s sister, she says with absolute conviction and unwavering nonchalance in her voice “he thought that whoever with Medusa in love can not flee from her. “And so arose, a logo that is worshiped, coveted and even copied by every elitist and evangelist.
It is their sensual power, their seductive charm and their invincible power that has made Medusa a symbol of feminism and neo-nihilism. It made women question the justice of their Poseidon. Many debates revolved around whether Medusa was a victim or a rogue, but what holds true is that Medusa, especially power kept men falling in love with her and a cursed Medusa could turn her to stone with just one look. Well, that’s a power!
The meaning of Medusa tattoos
In many particular cultures, the Medusa is represented with wings that means Frees individual freedom that she tried to live despite her accursed lives. It also symbolizes their rule over two worlds: earth and the sky. You can symbolize that beautiful Medusa wing tattooed on her body. In certain historical accounts, Medusa is the wing-to have a representation that is closely held to her free being and the individual freedom she lived despite her cursed life. To wear this tattoo design, you can make beautiful wings on your body. Despite the history of Medusa, which is very old, the free will of Medusa truly testifies that all beautiful things are young, wild and free! The story of the Medusa in Greek mythology is rather questionable that the many versions of the story sounds more like a fairy tale and is by no means factual. But as I mention in each of my articles in the end, the tattoo is what they want. But if you think Medusa is not for me, you should check out the other items I have prepared for you, the right one for you. Thank you for reading and see you next time. If you have questions or have any ideas for me feel free to write me in the comment section.