My next tattoo.. It is a Finnish symbol for protecting against evil spirits. Known as Saint John's arms or St Hannes cross.

Saint John's Arms - Finnish and Swedish Looped Square, Ancient Symbol, Bowen Knot Saint John's Knot

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Finnish Tattoos Top finnish tattoo designs images for pinterest ...

sisu- finnish word for fearlessness in the face of adversity

sisu- finnish word for fearlessness in the face of adversity - awesome tattoo!

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Hannunvaakuna Finnish good luck symbol from the book Finnish Proverbs by Inkeri Vaananen-Jensen.

Old finnish symbols -hannunvaakuna, also called käpälikkö. Symbol for good luck.

Old finnish symbols -hannunvaakuna, also called käpälikkö. Symbol for good luck.

Sielulintu:  Finnish mythological bird who protects one's soul while being asleep.

Sielulintu- Finnish myth: a baby carrying or soul protecting bird. It protected a persons soul at its most vulnerable, while it dreamt. It was tradition to keep a wooden bird next to the bed while one slept.

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Hannunvaakuna Finnish good luck symbol from the book Finnish Proverbs by Inkeri Vaananen-Jensen. Magnet x

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O holy bear. Inspired by Slavic art and Finnish folklore. Staedtler pigment liner and Gimp.

Vellamo is the goddess of water, lakes and seas in Finnish mythology. She is said to be tall and beautiful, and is much respected by fishermen, who pray to her for good fishing luck. Vellamo can also control the winds to help sailors, and she controls the storms and waves. Vellamo has magical cows that live on underwater fields. Sometimes, during the morning mist, she brings her cows above the surface to eat water hay.

Vellamo is the goddess of water, lakes and seas in Finnish mythology. She is said to be tall and beautiful, and is much respected by fishermen, who pray to her for good fishing luck. Vellamo can also control the winds to help sailors, and she controls the storms and waves. Vellamo has magical cows that live on underwater fields. Sometimes, during the morning mist, she brings her cows above the surface to eat water hay.

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