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The Ouroboros symbol and sign, the snake eating its tail is depicted in this picture.

The Ouroboros symbol and sign, the snake eating its tail is depicted in this picture.

Showing itself primarily in ancient Gnostic texts, the Ouroboros is any image of a snake, worm, serpent, or dragon biting its own tail. Generally taking on a circular form, the symbol is representative of many broad concepts. Time, life continuity, c Unique Indian tattoo, www.thetattoofanatic.com

Showing itself primarily in ancient Gnostic texts, the Ouroboros is any image of a snake, worm, serpent, or dragon biting its own tail. Generally taking on a circular form, the symbol is representative of many broad concepts. Time, life continuity, c Unique Indian tattoo, www.thetattoofanatic.com

Showing itself primarily in ancient Gnostic texts, the Ouroboros is any image of a snake, worm, serpent, or dragon biting its own tail. Generally taking on a circular form, the symbol is representative of many broad concepts. Time, life continuity, c www.thetattoofanatic.com

Showing itself primarily in ancient Gnostic texts, the Ouroboros is any image of a snake, worm, serpent, or dragon biting its own tail. Generally taking on a circular form, the symbol is representative of many broad concepts. Time, life continuity, c www.thetattoofanatic.com

A tattoo of an ourboros, aka a world dragon, a serpent or dragon eating its own tail in a symbol of eternity

A tattoo of an ourboros, aka a world dragon, a serpent or dragon eating its own tail in a symbol of eternity

This one has all the features I like, basically: four legs and two wings; clear delineation between belly and back; western-looking design. The design is too cartoony, the dragon needs scales, and I don't want the wings unfurled.

This one has all the features I like, basically: four legs and two wings; clear delineation between belly and back; western-looking design. The design is too cartoony, the dragon needs scales, and I don't want the wings unfurled.

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