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  • Marissa Calbert

    Loving the hamsa hand tattoo idea. It has a meaning in so many different religions, and it wouldn't hurt to have a symbol of protecrion, either

  • Becca Johnson

    This is an hamsa tattoo. Represents keeping your head up through tough times. Things happen, life goes on, no reason to be miserable and unhappy all the time. Someone people could learn so much about letting things go and looking at the positive every once in a while. Love the placement :)

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This is an hamsa tattoo. Represents keeping your head up through tough times. Things happen, life goes on, no reason to be miserable and unhappy all the time. Someone people could learn so much about letting things go and looking at the positive every once in a while.

This is my hamsa tattoo. It reminds me to keep my head up through shitty times and to not let anything stop me from being happy.  I got this at Ambrotos Tattoo in Silver Spring Maryland.

Outra História: Hamsa ou mão de Fátima/Míriam - tatuagens e seus significados

This is my traditional hamsa tattoo done by Darian at Twisted Hearts in Hollywood, Florida. I’m Israeli and grew up surrounded by beautiful hamsas, so I finally figured I’d get one on me. It’s my fourth tattoo and by far my favourite.

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 really like the shape of this hand. I might elongate it a bit, but the roundness appeals to me. I also love the flower at the tip of the finger. Nice touch!

Hamsa #tattoo....I need a smaller version of this

This is an hamsa tattoo. Represents keeping your head up through tough times. Things happen, life goes on, no reason to be miserable and unhappy all the time. Protection from evil, blessings, and good fortuneThe Hamsa hand wards off the evil in life and is also believed to bless with good fortune and success.

hamsa: Depicting the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many societies throughout history, the hamsa is believed to provide defense against the evil eye. The symbol predates Christianity and Islam.

So many sick tats, so little funds!