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Electric Ladyland
(504) 947-8286
610 Frenchmen St.
New Orleans, LA
 
XTC RINGS Exotic Body Piercing
(504) 858-1725
118 French Market
New Orleans, LA
 
Electric Ladyland Tattoo Ii
(504) 947-8286
610 Frenchmen St
New Orleans, LA
 
Eyecandy Tattoo
(504) 299-8222
1578 Magazine St.
New Orleans, LA
Hours
2:00 - 10:00 Monday - Saturday

Unreal Tattoos & Effects
(504) 899-6220
6229 Laurel St
New Orleans, LA
 
Art Accent
(504) 581-9812
1041 N Rampart St
New Orleans, LA
 
Rings of Desire
(504) 524-6147
1128 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA
 
Eye Candy
(504) 299-8222
1578 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA
 
Eye Candy
(504) 299-8222
1578 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA
 
Nola Tattoo
(504) 866-8471
8120 Hampson St
New Orleans, LA
 

Jewish tattoos

Star of David tattoos

Jewish Tattoos - Many Jews still take Leviticus seriously, while others see the prohibition aimed at indelibly marking yourself with symbols associated with some other belief system. In which case, any religion-neutral tattoo would be fair game, along with any of the striking Jewish symbols themselves. Without doubt, many Jewish people get tattoos, and their favorites have long been the Star of David , the menorah, the name of Yahweh, and the nine-pointed star called the enneagram.

The Star of David, or magen David ('Shield of David'), is a strong symbol of Jewish identity, and as a hexagram it represents the interaction of the Divine with the mortal. It gets its name from the tradition that David carried a hexagram-shaped shield during his defeat of the giant Goliath. It has strong links with the Kabbalah, and is sometimes known as the Seal of Solomon or the Creator's Star.

Religious Jewish tattoo ideas

When the Star of David is called the Creator's Star, the six points each represents a day of the week and the center corresponds to the Sabbath. It is a strong symbol of Jewish identity, and remained so even during the days of Nazi persecution when Jews were forced to wear a yellow hexagram as an identifier. The Star was incorporated into the flag of the State of Israel in 1948.

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See also: Religious Tattoos , Leviticus , Star of David , Religious Tattoo Index , Hebrew Tattoos

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