Since I’ve got tattoos on my human body, I know for sure how it feels when getting that from a tattoo-artist. And tattoos certianly exists in their dimension too. I’ve got several tattoos from my wives and I even got atleast one tattoo from one of their leaders. I call him “Cernunnos“, a keltic god who is also known as “The Horned God”. He has many names. Someone might call him “Satan” or maybe “Lucifer” or even something else, but for me it’s “Cernunnos”. That name fits the purpose of my beliefs and even my wives confirmed his presence. My first wife call him “Satan”, but as one of his many names. “Pan” is another name for him, too. Depending on your religious view, he fits in most of them with many names.
Symbolism is important in their culture, aswell as ours. And tattos is one expression of symbolism. I’ve got a tattoo on my forehead, which is the sigill of “Cernunnos“. I’ve got a tattoo on my neck, which is also a sigill, but a sigill of my second wife. The third sigill is on the top of my head, which is the sigill of my first wife. Their names are also inked on my body. My wives have tattos of my name, inked on their bodies aswell, even on their most private areas. I have that too, of course.
The spiritual tattoos, when getting that, feels exactly like getting tattoos on your physical body. You feel the needle going through your skin and it “burns” just as much as you were sitting on a proffessional studio. Since I’ve got physical referense of tattoos, I figured out quickly what was going on.
Tattoos can symbolise love, protection and magic. It’s an awesome feature for a spiritual being, like my two beloved wives.