Turtle doves symbolize love and faithfulness because they mate for life, work together to build nests and raise their young together. They are immortalized in literary and poetic works, such as the Old Testament, and art... More »

Two doves symbolize enduring, ever-faithful love. The symbol probably arose because turtle doves mate for life and spend a lot of time engaging in affectionate behaviors. The two-dove symbol predates Christianity and can... More »

The turtle is a symbol of endurance and persistence in many cultures. The turtle also symbolizes the Earth in many cultures, such as Native American legends. More »

The scarab beetle, or dung beetle, is associated with death and rebirth or eternal life. Though the best-known culture revering scarab beetles was ancient Egypt, the scarab beetle is a widespread symbol throughout the an... More »

Symbolically, the roots of the tree of life dig deep, the trunk provides a foundation, the branches spread out for subsistence and nourishment, the leaves absorb and collect energy, and the fruit gives itself for the joy... More »

White doves typically symbolize peace, innocence, love and the Holy Spirit. They have been used as symbols in many cultures and religions over the centuries. More »

In some cultures, people believe that birthmarks predict future traits of an infant. For example, some believe that a birthmark on the baby's foot is an indication that she will travel a lot as an adult, while a mark on ... More »

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