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TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA

TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA

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TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA

Seed kernels number 10 in red tomato black
Buffalo thread number 46

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TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA

Expandable loom dreams in mostacilla
Needle by 8 cm long

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TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA

MEANING OF TIGER

The TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA is a powerful symbol throughout Asia, and many indigenous cultures in this area have long been included among the motifs of their traditional tattoos, appearing in India, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, China and Japan. . Tigers are associated with power, ferocity, passion and sensuality, beauty and speed, cruelty and anger. The appearance of a tiger in dreams is usually interpreted as a new power, or a new passion has awakened within you.

In Asia the TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA is associated with the power and grandeur of kings, a symbolism similar to that attributed to the lion in the Middle East and Europe. The parallelism between the two animals is obvious, both are predators at the top of the food chain who have always been seen as competitors, and potential threats to humans (as with sharks, bears, or wolves ).

Koreans call the TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA  “the king of animals”. In Hinduism the god Shiva, in his aspect as “the destroyer”, is represented wearing a tiger skin and riding on one of these animals. The tiger is generally seen as a symbol of power and strength, but also of destruction and violence. The tiger can be a symbol of both life and death, and it is a destructive force that can be considered both “evil” (in some cultures it is considered a kind of “demon”), as with a force of nature Without “morality.”

In China the image of the tiger is used in amulets that protect from evil, and we can find stone tigers protecting the entrance of many buildings and homes. During the “Chou” dynasty, the chambers of pregnant women were decorated with images of tigers to protect children who were not yet born.

In some places the TIGER FOR BREED IN MOSTACILLA was considered an “instrument of the gods” charged with punishing sinners.

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