Both the Egyptians and the Maya chose a winged circle to symbolize the divine in man. In hieroglyphic inscriptions, on the royal cartouches, and on the entranceways of temples, the winged circle appears throughout Egyptian architecture.
Reminds me of my upper back tattoos--- The ancient Kemet God Horus was a deity with many roles. His image and symbols can be found all throughout ancient Egyptian art. He is usually represented as a Falcon or a human figure with a Falcon head.