A year after getting the tattoo, she lost her job, had a stillborn child, broke up with her husband and was raped... All sorts of misfortunes followed, making her want to commit suicide.
The art of tattooing has been around since ancient times. Usually, tattoos on the human body often act like amulets to help the wearer ward off diseases, disasters, away from evil spirits or death.
Recently, however, Australian scholar Roger Bayard at the University of Adelaide has attracted the attention of the public after mentioning a mysterious type of tattoo creation on the story of a rebellious Irishman named Ned. Kelly.
According to him, people with this tattoo tend to die more violently than other ordinary people…
The mystery of the tattoo named Ned Kelly
The art of tattooing has been around since ancient times. According to the concept of many people, tattoos on the human body act like amulets to help the wearer ward off diseases, disasters, and keep away evil spirits or death. .
Especially for the wild tribes, the body drawings (totem) are 3D printed hoodie considered as the guardian deity of the tribe.
To this day, many tribes in India or Papua New Guinea still keep the tradition of totem on their entire body.
As for the Borneo tribe, according to them they can actually draw energy from the spirits of the tattoo because they believe that the soul is present in everything around them.
However, as observed by researcher Roger Bayard, Australian scholar Roger Bayard at the University of Adelaide, this research has attracted public attention after referring to the type of tattoo named Ned Kelly.
According to him, people who wear this tattoo tend to die more violently than ordinary people.
Ned Kelly's Tattoos
Ned Kelly was born in 1854 (documented as 1855) in a small village in Victoria. His father is Irish, a former prisoner in England, immigrated to Australia to live. At that time, Australia was a colony of Great Britain.
The mother country's rule led to conflicts and protests among the working class.
People of Irish descent, although also white, were considered "second-class citizens" compared to the British aristocracy and middle class who held all power.
As a child, Ned Kelly had a rebellious spirit and was soon involved in the law from the age of 14. In 1878, Ned shot and wounded a policeman when he came to his house to arrest his brother for stealing horses.
The same year
Ned's mother was also arrested in connection with a murder. Ned and his brother ran away and formed a group called the Kelly Gang that robbed cattle, robbed banks and committed many other illegal acts bomber jacket against the British colonialists.
The police could not catch Ned for a long time. But Ned was eventually captured by the rebels and sentenced to hang in Melbourne, when Ned was 25 years old.
However, despite the fact that the history books record Ned as an outlaw criminal, after his death, Ned's name was built up like a folk legend of the Australian people.