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Hand of hamsa tattoo design

Hand of hamsa tattoo design

Ward off the evil eye with these hamsa eye of Fatima design iPhone wallpapers. Choose from these four colors.

Ward off the evil eye with these hamsa eye of Fatima design iPhone wallpapers. Choose from these four colors.

Glock 43

Glock 43

Acer DG2 for your Glock 43

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h a m s a

Hand of Fatima The Hamsa, or hand of Fatima to Muslims and hand of Miriam to Jewish, is an ancient protective symbol that represents faith. We decorated this version with a heart and spirals for it to be a protection to eternal love. Prepared for Nico.

Hand of Fatima The Hamsa, or hand of Fatima to Muslims and hand of Miriam to Jewish, is an ancient protective symbol that represents faith. We decorated this version with a heart and spirals for it to be a protection to eternal love. Prepared for Nico.

A hamsa is an ancient symbol of protection for many cultures,- it means "five" indicating the five fingers, since five is a sacred number in Hebrew tradition, it is also called the 'Hand of Miriam' and is used to ward off evil. The fish is often depicted in the hand and means good luck, the eye is used to deflect evil. Above the paisley fish in the palm is the hebraic word "chai"- which means "life". In the fingers above is spelled the word "emet" which means "truth"

A hamsa is an ancient symbol of protection for many cultures,- it means "five" indicating the five fingers, since five is a sacred number in Hebrew tradition, it is also called the 'Hand of Miriam' and is used to ward off evil. The fish is often depicted in the hand and means good luck, the eye is used to deflect evil. Above the paisley fish in the palm is the hebraic word "chai"- which means "life". In the fingers above is spelled the word "emet" which means "truth"

Other icons besides eyes, birds, and fish are also depicted in hamsas, including the Star of David, prayers for the traveler, the blessing over the house, and the colors of red and blue, both of which are said to thwart the Evil Eye.

Other icons besides eyes, birds, and fish are also depicted in hamsas, including the Star of David, prayers for the traveler, the blessing over the house, and the colors of red and blue, both of which are said to thwart the Evil Eye.