Luchador + Triskele

What's the deal with the Luchador?

She's the symbol of the Beyond Triple Negative fighting spirit: the yogi-luchador. She flies into battle from the top ropes, mysterious, a little wacky and definitely unpredictable, but serious as all get-out about winning her fight. She battles in tights and a mask both in the color purple: the color of survival. She is both zen-like and mischievous. She wears a small triskele on her forehead, symbolizing her transformational journey. She is, ultimately, one hard-core lady, determined to kick can't-sir's @ss.

What's the deal with the Triskele?

"The triskele, or triple spiral is a symbol closely related to the triquetra. It is a tripartite symbol composed of three interlocked spirals. The spiral is an ancient Celtic symbol found at the Neolithic “tomb” at Newgrange. It is related to the sun, afterlife and reincarnation.

The symbol at Newgrange is believed by some to be a symbol of pregnancy (the sun describes a spiral in its movements every three months; a triple spiral represents nine months). The idea originates by the sun representing a spiral in its movements every three months. A tripple spiral represents nine months. These ideas become reinforced by the womb like nature of the structure (Newgrange). The symbol also suggests reincarnation because it is drawn in one continuous line, suggesting a continuous movement of the universe within eternity.

Triskeles are very common in Celtic art. They can be found in a variety of styles, both in ancient and modern Celtic art, especially in relation to the Mother Goddess. They also evoke the Celtic concept of the three domains of material existence (earth, water, and sky), and their interrelations."