In fact, many people get Devil tattoos to show their ties with the pagan love of both modern and ancient times. These tattoos often depict the Devil in one of his earliest artistic incarnation. During medieval times, the Devil was pictured as cloven hoofed, with horns, a goatee and forked tail. Another reason a person would get such a tattoo is simple: rebellion. The Devil is a symbol of chaos and an hysterical spirit.
In the 50′s, the Devil was often portray in artwork as a charismatic figure, brilliant in the art of handling; he often causes people to commit the gravest of sins by using his charms alone. Since then, many people have created Devil tattoos to portray this kitschy imagery.
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