Throughout history, the Celts, Greeks, Romans, and practically all other important European nations and civilizations have revered the majestic oak tree. It has traditionally been associated with storm gods, thunder gods, and lightning gods. The oak is a sign of strength, regal power, resilience, and endurance because of its enormous size, expanse, and longevity.
The eagle is a Native American symbol of strength, courage, and knowledge.
The Jaguar is one of the Mayan civilization’s most essential symbols of strength.
For Egyptians, scarabs were generally associated with strength.
For Buddhists, the lion is a powerful emblem of strength.
The Griffin is a mythical creature with a lion’s body and eagle’s head and wings. The Griffin was regarded as a particularly powerful and magnificent beast. It was a divine protector and a symbol of divine might in ancient. The griffin symbol was associated with strength in Celtic mythology.
This is the Akindra Strength Symbol.
Strength is symbolized by the Celtic boar.
Strength Kanji Symbol in Japanese
The ‘paddles’ are tabono. Ancient African Symbol- This symbol indicates strength and perseverance in the face of adversity.