There are lots of different styles of possible cross tattoos here on this sheet. Some one dozen of them with all types mixed in. We have ones with spaces for someone’s name. We have ones that are meant to recognize Easter and the resurrection. And we even have one that is made up of thorns and spikes to represent the crucifying of Jesus. There are also some that are meant to stand for religions other than Christianity. So there are certainly many choices here for anyone looking around for possible cross tattoos to get.
For the most part, it is hard to go wrong with a cross tattoo because even if everybody’s not religious most people will respect your religion just the same. There is of course, no end to the amount of sample cross tattoos one can find out there. There are probably millions of them if not more and it could take forever to see them all. But don’t worry. If you really want a tattoo you will make up your mind long before it comes to all that and go and get one. I am certain of that.
Whether you are looking to get a cross tattoo inked for religious reasons or you simply like the way they look, there are quite a few varieties to choose from. Some people opt to get a cross tattoo that shows Jesus Christ on the cross but there are other variations as well. Recently, I saw a cross tattoo where the Norse god Woden was crucified on a cross, hanging upside down. Now, many people would consider that to be blasphemous but that’s simple not the case. See, cross tattoos actually started in Norse mythology and they predate Christianity by a few thousand years. Yes, Woden (or Odin as he is most popularly known as) was affixed to a cross long before Jesus. But, suppose you want a cross tattoo that has no ties to any religious practices? Well, if your looking to get a cross tattoo that is just nice looking then check out the selection in the picture. There are quite a few designs and they all look pretty cool to me. There is one done in the Gothic style on the top left and that’s a design you’ll see in a lot of cathedrals from the middle ages. There are also a couple of Celtic knot cross tattoos. Pick one and get your tattoo odyssey started.
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