In Abenaki mythology, the raccoon represents a trickster spirit named Azeban, who is mischievous but not dangerous or malevolent. Trickster gods are often associated with a powerful intellect.
In Chinese folk tales, tigers kill evil men and protect good men. Each direction of the compass is traditionally believed to be ruled by a mythical creature and the Tiger is the ruler of the West.
In Buddhist iconography, the pig represents desire in all its forms. This ranges from identification with one's body, and /or a general love of material possessions, and /or the lust for food or sexual satisfaction.
In Greek mythology, the god Zeus (associated with Jupiter) had a giant golden eagle companion called The Aetos Dios. According to some it was once a mortal king named Periphas, whose virtuous rule was so celebrated that he was came to be honored like a god.
The human skull often symbolizes the Latin phrase"Memento Mori" which roughly translates to "remember death". This saying is a reminder and a meditation on the inevitability of your death, thus inferring to be your best self now and get the most out of life.
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