Sophia Santi’s 10 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Sophia Santi was born Angela Stettner on December 6, 1981, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She’s of mixed Irish, Romanian, Mongolian, and Cherokee Indian descent. Santi grew up as a tomboy in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and first started modeling at age 14 (she also lost her virginity when she was 14). Sophia worked as a gourmet pizza chef while in high school and attended a trade school to become an esthetician. She moved to her mother’s home state of Arizona at age 18. Santi then moved a second time to Los Angeles, California at age 20. Sophia began working as an adult model under the name Natalia Cruze and started performing in explicit hardcore movies in her early 20s in 2003.

Sophia Santi

1. ‘Ankh’ Tattoo

Sophia abdomen tattoo

Tattoo: Near her navel, Sophia has got a tattoo of yellow-colored ankh that is surrounded by blue shades.

Meaning: The ankh is better known as cross in many cultures and traditions. Cross is the holy symbol of Christians. Ankh, also known as CrossKnot is the symbol of good luck. It is worn by multiple female tattoo lovers to regard the connection and harmony between the to genders of this universe, man and woman. The male and female symbols are represented as Osiris and Isis, via the cross and the oval, respectively.

As per ancient Egyptian beliefs, Ankh is believed to represent the spirit of Ra, the Sun God.

2. Geisha Tattoo

Sophia tattoo on back

Sophia back tattoo piece

Tattoo: On her back, Sophia has got few tattoos inked from Japanese Culture representing the Japanese Geisha, flowers, and a Japanese dragon.

Meaning: Geisha is the symbol of feminine strength and power. It is an important reflection of the Japanese Culture and regards woman as the sole power who doesn’t need any any being’s support because it is itself the foundation of ultimate strength and power.

Female tattoo lovers who get geisha tattoo just like Sophia has got, screams about their life and routine as to how they wish to be away from everyone and in entertainment field full of aristocracy and fantasy. It reflects their rich inner beauty, charm, and wisdom of the Sophia.

3. Japanese Dragon Tattoo

Sophia dragon on back tattoo

Tattoo: Completing her back piece is the tattoo of a Japanese Dragon inked on the left side of Sophia’s back. The dragon is inked along with some flowers totally opposite to Geisha tattoo on her back.

Meaning: Japanese dragon is considered to be the symbol of wisdom, strength, blessings, and forces of god. It is often believed that dragons have the power to manipulate things in order to benefit the tattoo weraer and spread all goodness.

Japanese Geisha is the symbol of graceful beauty whereas the Japanese dragon is the symbol of power and courage. When cobied, they reflect the confidence, power, and the inner strength of the tattoo wearer.

4. Feather Tattoo

Sophia feather tattoo

Tattoo: There is a feather tattooed on the lower right side of Sophia’s back.

Meaning: Feather symbolises freedom, freshness, and indepedncdy. Flowers in the Japnese culture are symbolic of cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth.

5. Flowers Tattoo

Sophia flowers on back tattoo

Tattoo: There are red colored flower covering many areas of Sophia’s back. The tattoo actually represent the cherry bosoom, also known as Sakura as per the Japanese culture.

Meaning: Sakura or cherry blossoms are symbolic of the beauty and the transience of life. Owing to their beauty, and also being the national flower of Japan, they are also the symbol of honor and the charm of life and birth.

6. Lotus Tattoo

Sophia lotus tattoo

Tattoo: On her lower back, Sophia has got the tattoo of a lotus surrounded by the Japanese flowers, cherry blossoms.

Meaning: Lotus flowers an be personalised as per the choice of the tattoo lovers. Lotus represents the temptation of the person to rise high above all doifculties and achieve their life targets and goals.

As per the Hindu beliefs, lotus can symbolise beauty, spiritual awakening, and the purness of the soul. As per Japanese beliefs, Lotus represents the pureness of mind, body, and soul.

This is another part of the tattoo dedication on Sophia’s back dedicated to Japanese culture.

7. Flowers Tattoo

Sophia stomach flowers tattoo

Tattoo: On the left side of her body, there are lilies tattooed.

Meaning: Lilies are the symbol of never-ending love and romance.

8. Sunflower Tattoo

Sophia sunflower tattoo

Tattoo: Sophia wears an adorable yellow an orange shaded sunflower.

Meaning: Sunflower is another flower of love, apart from rose. It acts as the symbol of positivity and strength, along with the aspects of loyalty. As per some cultures, it is also regarded as the token of good luck.

9. Cherry Blossoms on Arm

Sophia tattoo on back

10. Writing on Back

Sophia writing on back

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