Tattoo hamsa significado - Tattoowise
My first tattoo, a hamsa with a green evil eye. A hamsa is a symbol to bring good luck, protection, and happiness. Yes it hurt but not as bad as everyone made it out to be.
Done by Charles Perdices at the After School Bully Club in Pittsburgh, PA
so each of the pieces are actually a tile from Israel, and one will be on each of my arms (upper sleeve)... but it might take a while, wording like that is intense detail.
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a tattoo. Michele 's tattoo. da te pretendo un fave.
Hamsa outline with the star of david.... 2 hours after completed. the whole Hamsa should be completed by the end of the month.
Earth Fair, April, 2009 Balboa Park, San Diego, California
Last week, I got a tattoo. In Judaism, the Hamsa Hand is symbol that represents the Hand of Miriam, Moses’ sister, and serves as a symbol of the hand of god providing protection from evil, harm, and disease. It traditionally has a blue eye which further symbolizes protection. Often feeling rather hopeless about my inability to protect my kids and keep them healthy, I decided to get a tattoo of a hamsa surrounded with the boys Hebrew names. Just as my sons are a permanent part of me, so too is my effort to do everything possible to keep my kids healthy.
"If I Die Young" The Band Perry
This is my newest tattoo... i got it a few days before christmas. This symbol is called a Hamsa (it's Arabic) and it's suppose to keep evil and negative people/ emotions away. Hopefully it will also bring me a little good luck. I love it!
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