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Sak-yant Tattoo Kao Yord the 9 spires
Protection From Danger and Fatal Accidents

Gao Yord is possibly the most important Sak Yant design. Also referred to as the “Yant Kru”, or Master Yant, it is generally engraved on the neck in order to control the other Yant placed below.

Nine is a sacred number in buddhism, and anything related to this number will bring you good luck. In this tattoo, the nine spires represent the 9 levels of the sky, and are meant to lead the tattoo to Nirvana.

The set of three ovals are meant to represent Buddha, and are added to the Yant to give it more power. The body of the Yant is usually made of a patchwork of small squares, each of them containing an abbreviation of a magic spell.

Generally speaking, this Yant will bring protection against dangers, great power, authority over others, success, increased attractiveness, and good fortune. 


Sak-Yant Tattoo Ha Taew 5 Rows
Popularity and Earned Compassion

The first row will protect and purify your home, and clear it from unwanted spirits.

The second row will repel bad karma and bad fortune.

The third row will protect you against black magic and any kind of curse.

The fourth row will give you success, fortune and luck in upcoming projects.

The fifth row will energize your charisma and enhance your attractiveness to the opposite sex.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Ha Chat Phet ( Five Diamond )
Good Luck and Fortune

Chat Petch, the five row yantras represent yant’s of magical spells.
It blesses the bearers with success, charm, loving kindness, good luck and protection from evil spirits.
It has a similar meaning to another Sak Yant, Hah Taew Yant but Chat Petch is more powerful by interconnecting all magical spells together.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Suea Koo

The tiger represents power, strength and authority.
The tiger is an awesome creature and one that is feared and respected by all other animals that live in the jungle.

This Yant is a favourite with Muay Thai fighters and soldiers alike. Many prefer twin tigers, with the Akara (Khom script) encompassing the lower half of the Yant.

This Yant is said to also offer help in business dealings and is popular among entrepreneurs.

The twin tigers are a favorite with Muay Thai fighters.
The tiger’s attributes include strength, speed and agility and twin tigers is said to be the very highest level of power. It is also a suitable Yant for someone in authority.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Kwai Tanu

The Buffalo used for protection from many things but it's strongest power is to ward off black magic from those who possess the image in their Sak Yant.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Hanuman 

Hanuman was a mythical monkey God in the time of Rama and according to legend, Hanuman is invincible and has powers far greater than humans, including the ability to fly.

The ancient Thai epic story Of Ramakian depicts Hanuman, the monkey god, who was said to be Rama’s strongest warrior.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Thaerawad Crocodile

The crocodile Yant that signifies strength and power and offers protection against knives or swords.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Phaya Hong Thong -Hongsa

Bird Phaya Hong Thong The meanings here are based on beliefs of Yant Metta to be loved by everyone. And to gain prosperity in their businesses and careers,luck,fortune and richness.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Paed Tidt ( Eight Directions )
Protection From Danger and Fatal Accidents

The Paed Tidt Yant will give you protection in whichever direction you are traveling and ward off evil spirits. The script used on the Paed Tidt Yant is an ancient Khmer script known as Khom. The Mantras written in the Paed Tidt Yant and which should be chanted when going out to give further protection are as follows.


Sak-Yant Tattoo Phra Pidta

The meaning of closed eyes Buddha is to be indifferent to all external temper and emotions. Some experts believe that is a form of evolution through the transformation of the God of Fortune or Sangajayana.

สักยันต์ Sak-Yant 

Sak The meaning to tap or, to tattoo.  

Yant The meaning Yantra. 
Originally derived from the Sanskrit word Yantra. 

Sak-Yant Unalome

There is an Unalome (ever decreasing spiral) at each end of a Yant to complete it. The spiral indicates the earthly distractions we encounter in our daily lives and as we grow older and wiser, this spiral gradually decreases until it becomes a straight line pointing upwards. This signifies the path to Nirvana or true enlightenmen

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