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Scorpion Bolo Ties make an interesting statement and they can mean different things to different people
Scorpion Bolo Ties make an interesting statement and they can mean different things to different people. Whether it’s a zodiac sign or a symbol of protection or for good luck, scorpions are powerful symbolism. Some folks like eagles, bears, snakes and Scorpion Bolo Ties have their place in jewelry and fashion.
The scorpion is also recognized as a symbol of transition, protection, treachery and being alone. Whether you call them amulets, charms, fetishes, or talismans, virtually every culture had them. I like to think of them as little works of art, but they are so much more than that. They were worn on the body to bring luck, heal, enhance fertility, protect against injury (during travel, hunting, or from bites and stings) or ward off evil, depending on the wearers beliefs and intentions.
Different cultures have attributed various meanings to the scorpion. In Greco-Roman mythology it is a symbol of death, associated with a scorpion that stung Orion's foot, killing him. Scorpion people tend to wield a lot of power but are often reserved in its use, though they will not hesitate to retaliate if crossed.
The ancient Egyptians thought the scorpion was an omen and amulets were made in scorpion shapes as symbols of protection and to ward off evil. In Samaria, the scorpion is connected to the sun and scorpion-men are depicted in ancient writings as guardians of the sacred gateways to enlightenment and pleasure.
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