Celtic tattoo clover became popular worldwide as a very beautiful amulet to attract good fortune. But few are those who know the story behind this nice little plant. Legend has it that in Ireland clovers are much more than a simple charm as they are also a feature in the celebration of St. Patrick, patron saint of the Irish. On March 17, days of remembrance, you can see the clover decorating streets, shops, schools and even part of the dress of most Irish.I
The legend associated with St. Patrick clover says that once the saint was explaining the mystery of the Holy Trinity to a group of Celts who could not understand what I told them. In a moment contemplate a shamrock St. Patrick on the floor. He took it and told them the same as that of a clover stem three leaves out the father, the son and the holy spirit were one.I
For its part, the idea that brings good luck is attributed to the Celts that according to their pagan beliefs took it as a magic talisman that drove away evil spirits. Shamrock Celtic designs look impressive. Always they made with the typical technique of interlocking circles. In the photo we see a small club but no less splendid. Celtic tattoos clover, like its history, today are as valid as the first day.I
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