Symbolism & MeaningThese patient and content creatures are happy with being where they are, and are in no hurry for advancement.
The Ancient Greeks and Romans believed the seahorse was an attribute of the sea god Neptune/Poseidon and as such, the seahorse was considered a symbol of strength and power.
Ancient Europeans believed that the seahorse carried the souls of deceased sailors to the underworld - giving them safe passage and protection until they met their soul's destination. Sailors have long viewed the seahorse as a good luck charm too.
- Generosity and sharing