-Celebration of sexual happiness and fertility.
-Biblical references as Christ and his disciples being “fishers of men.” Here, man is represented as the transformational fish and the ocean is a symbol of the abyss of sin in which man finds himself.
-For Hindus in the ancient flood myth in which Vishnu transformed himself into a fish (Matsya) to save the world from a great flood. In this form, he guided king Manu’s boat (which contained the select few survivors & seeds of life to re-create the world after the flood subsided) to safety.
-Buddhists believe the fish symbolizes happiness and freedom as one of the eight sacred symbols of the Buddha.
-In Hebrew tradition you know it is about something true and faithful.
-In Pagan traditions the fish is a feminine symbol of fertility and an attribute of the Goddess. Water is a natural emblem of the flow of the Divine Mother principal, and as such, all creatures of the water (including fish) are aspects of the fertility and power of the female deity.
As a pices, so I´m just flowing with it.
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