As we have told you on some other occasion, it is clear that religion has played a prominent and determining role in the development of humanity. And according to what stages, not only for his followers, as now, but for the entire population, subject to norms imposed by the competent authority, among others, the ecclesial one. This is the case of the Jewish religion, many of whose followers decide to tattoo their skin, perhaps to internalize its teachings.
Tattoo with Hebrew letters under the nape
The Jewish religion is one of the oldest of the three Abrahamic monotheistic religions, although not as practiced as the other two. The cornerstone of this religion, the element on which its practice is based is the Torah or Pentateuch, made up of five books. It is also part of the Old Testament followed by Christians, called by the Jews the Tanakh. Its practice is passed from generation to generation, above all, through oral tradition, which, in addition, is of fundamental importance when interpreting texts.
When it comes to marking your skin, it is clear that symbols are the most recurrent, especially in a religion that does not worship images. One of them is the star of david, perhaps the most famous, something in which, unfortunately, Nazi Germany led by Hitler played its role, since both Jews and their houses were marked with this symbol for their persecution. Today, in addition, and since 1948, it is the emblem that we can see on the flag of the State of Israel.
A magical origin is attributed to this six-pointed star that, initially, could have a function of driving away evil spirits. In fact, it was not until the fourteenth century, as is known, when the Jews did not add this hexagram to their symbols, being introduced in the places of worship, the synagogues.
Regardless of its origin, the truth is that it has become a very significant element, so much so that little else can be added. His CARACTERISTICS allow it to be represented larger or smaller, without it being bad in either case. Therefore, you could wear it small on your wrist, medium on your neck or large on your chest or back.
Another significant symbol for Judaism is the Menorah, the seven-branched candelabrum. Its origin and use appear in the Bible, specifically, in the book of Exodus. It has many uses, both in public places and in privacy, as well as in ceremonies and rituals whose use is essential. A Menorah lighting your way would look good, for example, on the arm. Whoever writes to them, particularly, likes it in a single color, in black. But neither does it look bad in heat, providing luminosity, taking into account that light is precisely what we want it to provide us.
And continuing with the light, it is also present among the Jews the Hanukiah, whose lighting is a ritual on Hanukkah. Next to Hebrew letters and its meaning are part of the symbology of Judaism.
To internalize their teachings and fit them into their way of life, each one does what they can or recommend. We, as always, suggest you stop by the tattoo studio.
Tattoos with names in Hebrew are setting an increasingly common trend among young people and adults who like this aesthetic. Here, we show a compilation of the most common Hebrew names.
Hebrew tattoo on the forearm
Circular tattoo on shoulder
Ancient hebrew tattoo on upper arm
The back area is very common for this type of tattoo. The tattoo begins on the neck and ends almost on the lower back.
Man with circular tattoo on shoulder
The wrist is also one of the most common areas for these tattoos
Tattoo on the wrist with letters of a language that we do not know.
Hebrew motifs around the arm
Hebrew letters in a body zone
Hebrew or Arabic motifs in an unknown area of the body
Wrist tattoos with Hebrew motifs
The inner part of the arm is the ideal place for larger tattoos
Tattoos on the lower part of the calf
Hebrew motif on the back of the ankle
The transcription in both languages can also be tattooed
The upper part of the back is a very useful area for Hebrew motifs
For women, tattoos on the feet are a good option
You can accompany your tattoo in Hebrew with other motifs, for example wings
The wrist is a favorite area for both men and women
Again the wrist as a tattooed area
Tattooed woman doll
Wrist with Hebrew tattoo adorned with other motifs
Again the foot as a favorite area to tattoo by women
Stuffed doll with Hebrew letters and butterflies
Various tattooed dolls
The nape again as the ideal place
Freshly done tattoo on wrist
Forearm and knuckles tattooed in Hebrew
The circular shape is also used for tattooing
The lower back is a perfect area for girls
Like, that the pelvis very helpful for women
Original way of tattooing a name in Hebrew, unlike others, this one follows the shape of the shoulder, and this girl seems very happy with her new tattoo. Sign up!
Men also use the lower part of the neck to tattoo
Hebrew tattoo on woman
Again the wrist to be tattooed
Superior part of the arm
Hebrew tattoo on a girl
The width of the back, perfect place to get tattooed
The doll again, ideal place.
Hebrew boy tattoo
The back area is also tattooed
The neck can also be tattooed with Hebrew motifs
Bracelet with Hebrew letters
lThe upper part of the tattooed foot looks so pretty
The wrist as one of the most elegant areas
The length of the back is ideal for large phrases
The rib area is also tattooed
Under the ground where this tree has been planted, we have this long message in Hebrew on this boy’s back. It sure is something very meaningful to him.
Hebrew tattoo on the back
Another on the back
On the forearm. The Hebrew tattoo on the forearm is very common to see
On the ankle, leg or calf.
In the front of the hand
Hebrew tattoo on the instep
Very small Hebrew tattoo. You can hardly see it, on the instep. Ideal tattoo to make a girl
Hebrew behind the ear
A tattoo on the back
Hebrew tattoo on the cervicals, in the middle of the back
Hebrew letter tattoos
Strong boy, with tattoo in Hebrew
Hebrew tattoo and other tattoos on the same arm. The truth is that this type of tattoos is quite handsome. I would definitely make one.
Boy with side and belly tattooed with Hebrew letters
On the arm for girl
On the neck and back of the lady
Hebrew tattoo and another symbol on the biceps of a man