Libra tattoo designs can become an interesting ink if enough attention is given to its origin. For the longest time, Libra is nothing but a symbol of justice as evidenced by the blindfolded woman carrying a steel scale. However, there is more to it. Learning more might allow you to create better Libra tattoo designs.

Libra Tattoo Designs #1: Balance and Symmetry
The primary symbol of Libra is the Glyph which stands for symmetry and balance and it appears on many Libra tattoo designs. Essentially, you can take different images that would connote and denote balance and symmetry to visualize what Libra stands for. However, Libra’s balance and symmetry is very cerebral. It has no association with physical strength or anything outward.

Libra Tattoo Designs #2: Nature
As odd and ironic as it may seem, Libra is an extrovert but not adventurous. They like taking their thinking with nature. They like interacting with people to express and grow their ideas. This could potentially paint a pensive image against an epic view.

Libra Tattoo Designs #3: Mythology
There are several mythologies associated with Libra. The most prominent one is that of Ma’at. This is an interesting addition to any Libra tattoo designs Ma’at is the savior of the Sun god Ra, Ma’at. She was considered both the savior and destroyer because her objective is to restore balance in the universe even if that means destroying things or punishing people. Her classic depiction is that of a woman that always holds asteel and had a headdress of an ostrich plume. This was the ancient symbol of justice and fairness. In the ‘Halls of Ma’ati’, she weighs the heart of the dead people who have reached the place of the dead. If the plume she is wearing weighs as much as the heart, it means the person lived a divine and righteous life and would be saved. Think about how you can incorporate this on you Libra tattoo designs.

In Greek mythology, Libra is associated with the God of the underworld Hades. According to the myth, Hades kidnapped Persephone, daughter of Zeus and Demeter. However, Themis is the one who was in-charged of ensuring that justice and law reign. Themis was the second wife of Zues and is one of the many Titanesses. When you see an image of woman holding the balancing scale, often seen on many Libra tattoo designs, you are actually seeing Themis. Libra is an Egyptian concept and is only the counterpart of Themis.

Libra Tattoo Designs #4: The constellation
Another Libra tattoo design you can use is when the sun crossed the constellation of Libra. It is said that the day once experienced equal day and night-time which was called the autumnal equinox. It was when the sun crossed the constellation of Libra and the day was September 21. It is the rare balance of day and night and the association of Libra with equality and balance that prompted astrologers to tag the sun’s passage of the Libra constellation between September and October. You can use those elements of Libra tattoo designs.