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Evil Eye Tattoos

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Evil Eyes Crescent Moons....

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.

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Hamsa Tattoo - The hamsa is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign. It brings it's owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.

Hamsa tattoo. I keep finding more tattoos I want to get

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

Mandala flowers - I'm really digging the evil eye one

Evil eye tiny tat

Mike DeVries - Evil Eye Bead Tattoo. This is kind of amazing!

  • Danielle Lowe

    Everything is so well done, but then there's that half melted looking thumb tack XD

Swooning incredible hard over the beautiful paws of Jana Rose Carrero - those matte nails, those #catbirdstacks

Hamsa hand tattoo...very nicely done. I hope that ink protects her from the evil eye.

One thing I will never regret doing! "the evil eye" .. Means the total opposite .. It wards off Evil

hamsa represents strength, power, and blessings. It's main purpose is to ward off the evil eye that brings death, illness and bad luck.

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Evil Eye Tattoo

Hamsa Hand- (Different Religions meanings-Jewish, Arabic, Islam) Symbol meaning the ability to ward off the evil eye and attract divine protection. Believed to fight off negative energies. The eye is also believed to fight bad luck. The Hamsa Hand is believed to help banish evil or any negative energy and bless its owners with luck and good fortune.

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huh... here is my new tattoo( to be) except mine will have a lotus flower instead of an eye and of course mine is upside down

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. 25.media.tumblr.c...

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

  • Tiana Berlin

    Devin Beck Oh yeah I love it! And the placement too!

  • Devin Beck

    Tiana Berlin i can see you w something like this. Pretty simple line work.

  • Temira Watson Lindsley

    With the fingers pointed up, the Hamsa symbolizes a "stop sign" to the adversary, in other words, for protection. With the fingers pointed down, the Hamsa symbolizes God's goodness and blessings coming down to the wearer. The interpretation of the Hamsa is for the individual who owns it.

  • Georgette Saliba

    i agree. its suppose to be the other way. im middle eastern and i find it disrespectful to have it this way. if you dont know the right way to have it, don't get it.

  • Laurie G

    the hamsa is also sometimes referred to as the Hand of God. The Asian Hand of Fatima, offers good fortune and virtue to its owner, it is correctly depicted with the fingers pointing downwards. Whereas, the Jewish version is sometimes displayed inverted(fingers pointing upwards to the skies).

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

Hamsa hand evil eye #tattoo Artist: Damien Ornelas, instagram: damienart, and facebook: facebook.com/damienornelasart

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