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Evil Eye Tattoos

This would make a awesome tattoo. Hamsa tattoo Evil eye tattoo

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Hamsa hand evil eye #tattoo Artist: Damien Ornelas, instagram: damienart, and facebook:

I got this beautiful hamsa tattoo about a month ago at Immortal Art in Phoenix, Arizona. The artist was Jonny Wogan, he did an amazing job! The hamsa has a lot of meaning behind it, protecting its owner from the evil eye, and bringing health and happiness. The five fingers represent the five books of the torah. The koi fish represent a never ending journey. Thought Id share it :)

this is the tattoo I'm getting :)))) its jewish name is Hamsa but is also used in Hindu and Christian practices and popular in the middle east and north Africa. It is used as "protection from the evil eye" and as a symbol of power and strength. Rep. for Israel?

Evil Eye Tattoo

5. Hamsa: I just recently learned the word for this, actually. This hand-shaped symbol is rich in meaning. It’s supposed to help ward away the evil eye, the ultimate form of protection. It can be found in various religions from Islam to Catholicism. It’s not a solely religious symbol, but the spiritual nature of yoga makes it obvious why this tattoo is inspired by yoga.

Octopus tattoo. Maybe a sleeve with an evil eye and some more tribal or abstract design incorporated into it...not a full sleeve. But maybe a 3/4 sleeve? Will think about it.

.evil eye - bold, graphic, simple design...but would put in a different spot

Grandfather clock tattoo ♥ the evil eye

I believe we all have wings. May not be seen to our eyes..but those who have good souls will have white feathered wings while the evil ones would have devilish dark wings. (influenced by the movie Constantine)

Hamsa tattoo. Brings happiness, luck, health and good fortune. to offer its owner happiness, peace, and prosperity, as well as protection from the ayin ha'ra, or the evil eye. The renewed interest in Kabbalah and mystical Judaism has brought the hamsa pendant back into vogue.

Fish = good luck Eye = protection from evil Chai (center Hebrew) = "life" Emet (Hebrew in the fingers) = "truth" These are all of the elements I would want in a Hamsa tattoo.

The left eye of the Egyptian God Horus is associated with lunar energy that symbolizes intuition, good health, and protection in connection with the moon. With the intention of safeguarding the king in the afterlife, the eye of Horus is meant to ward off evil. Wear the Eye of Horus Charm for healing properties, reasoning abilities, and powers of protection.

CT, Ken Adams, Greenman Tattoo Studio  My first tattoo, a hamsa to prevent the evil eye --- definitely a future tattoo

Already have my apt booked in Arizona! Can't wait to get this piece done :)

My Nazaar (evil eye) tattoo. Meant for protection which is why I put it on the back of my neck.

arm evil eye tattoo

Depicting the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many societies throughout history.

The hand of Fatima is also known as the Khamsa named for Fatima Zahra. The evil eye was to ward off evil and was a sign of double protection because of the palm up forbidding gesture. Khamsa means five and the hand holds relevance for several different religions

I like how small this hamsa tattoo is but still has the evil eye and all the detail included

Tribal Evil eye tattoo -henna art by henna couture. Facebook: henna couture Instagram: hennabybhavna

My most recent addition of body art. I got this tattoo in NYC on my 20th birthday. It is the eye against evil.

Hamsa tattoo. Hamsa is important in both Arabic ("Hand of Fatima") and Hebrew ("Hand of Miriam"). A goddess symbol, the eye- or vulva-in-hand shape is an ancient protective symbol, warding off the evil eye.