108 Na Sak Yant Book Thai Gather Tattoos Antique Pattern Yantra Talisman Master For Sale
108 NA SAK YANT BOOK THAI GATHER TATTOOS ANTIQUE PATTERN YANTRA TALISMAN MASTER
Condition: Brand newMaterial: brown paperlanguage: Thai language / illustration black stripesDimension:W 7.3 inches x H 5.4 inches x D 0.6 inches / 204 pages
The book includes patterns talisman. Thailand and Khmer (Cambodia). The use of a talisman onto the body of a man who believed in the elimination of coverage dispel evil spells, black magic and prevent injury of weapons. It is rumored that matter. Thai military to fight in the Vietnam War-the Korean War has been called "ghost soldiers" because guns, knives, and weapons. Can not harm the skin. It is a belief, faith until the present.
The book includes patterns talisman. Thailand and Khmer The use of a talisman onto the body of a man who believed in the elimination of coverage dispel evil spells, black magic and prevent injury of weapons. It is rumored that matter. Thai military to fight in the Vietnam War-the Korean War has been called "ghost soldiers" because guns, knives, and weapons. Can not harm the skin. It is a belief, faith until the present.
Yantra tattooing, also called sak yant (Thai: สักยันต์), is a form of tattooing practiced in Southeast Asian countries including Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand. The practice has also begun to grow in popularity among Chinese Buddhists in Singapore. Sak means "to tap [tattoo]", and yant is Thai for the Sanskrit word yantra.
Sak yant designs are normally tattooed by wicha (magic) practitioners and Buddhist monks, traditionally with a long bamboo stick sharpened to a point (called a mai sak) or alternatively with a long metal spike (called a khem sak).History:
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Yantra tattoos originated in India and spread to Southeast Asia along with Buddhism. From what is now Cambodia, the practice was brought into neighbouring Thailand and Laos. Chinese chronicles record that yantra tattooing in Southeast Asia dates back at least 2000 years.
The script used for yantra designs varies according to cultural and geographic factors. In Cambodia and central Thailand, Khmer script is used, while in northern Thailand one sees yantra tattoos bearing Shan, Northern Thai or Tai Lu scripts, and in Laos the Lao Tham script is employed. The script spells out abbreviated syllables from Pali incantations. Different masters have added to these designs over the centuries through visions received in their meditations. Some yantra designs have been adapted from pre-Buddhist Shamanism and the belief in animal spirits that was found in the Southeast Asian sub-continent and incorporated into the Thai tradition and cultures.Meaning:
Yantra tattoos are believed to be magic and bestow mystical powers, protection, or good luck.
In Cambodia, the tattoo is used for self-protection. Cambodians believe a yantra has magical powers that ward off evil and hardship. The tattoo is particularly popular amongst military personnel. The tattoo supposedly guarantees that the person cannot receive any physical harm as long as they observe certain rules.
Yant designs are also applied to many other media, such as cloth or metal, and placed in one's house, place of worship, or vehicle as a means of protection from danger or illness, increasing wealth, or attracting lovers.It will be one of the best in your collection Shipping & Handling:
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