The meaning of snake tattoo is tenacious vitality. Snake is one of the oldest and most common mythological symbols. It is related to some of the oldest rituals known to mankind and represents the double meaning of good and evil. Snakes have super fertility and vitality. Because the snake grows once by shedding its skin, it has the symbol of rebirth, transformation, immortality and healing.
In ancient Egyptian culture, snakes played an important role in mythology and culture. In mythology, it is omnipresent and powerful. Among the Egyptian gods, the snake is one of the most popular animal images. In Egypt, the image of snakes is everywhere. On the Sphinx in front of the Giza pyramid, on the head of the Pharaoh, on the walls of Egyptian monuments, the Abu Simbel temple and the Luxor Temple, you can almost see snakes with their heads standing.