Savior and psihopomp, escort a shower in an underground world, the savior of people shipwrecked king of fish. Symbolizes maritime power, security and speed. Two dolphin, looking in opposite directions, represent the duality of nature. Dolphin with anchor mean speed and slowness, the two dolphin together - the middle between extremes ( "they shall make haste slowly"). In the Celtic epic dolphin sources linked to worship, and the forces of water. In Christianity, - it is Christ, the savior of souls, carrying them through the death deep. Dolphin with an anchor or a ship represents the Church, knowledge of Christ. In Christianity, this character is sometimes replaces the ark of salvation and rebirth. Dolphin, trident pierced or chained to an anchor, means the crucified Christ. Dolphin, which occupies a place whale, is the resurrection. Do the Egyptians is an attribute of Isis. In Ancient Greece - psihopomp that accompanies the soul to the Blessed Islands. It has a moon, and solar characteristics: in relation to the Delphic Apollo symbolizes the light and the sun being consonant with the word womb - lunar beginning. There is an erotic symbolism, if portrayed with "female sea Aphrodite and Eros. Attribute sea-lord Poseidon and Dionysus. Nude Tethys floats on the sea for dolphin. In the Minoan culture embodies the power of the seas. In mitraizme connected with Mitra, a symbol of light. In Romans it symbolizes the soul journey through the sea of death to the Blessed Islands. In Sumero-Semitic mythology, a dolphin was used instead of fish in presentations EA-Oannesa. It is an attribute of Ishtar and dedicated Atargatis.