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AFAnneke Fitrianti
Anneke Fitrianti
Tuyul is a mythical spirit in mythology of South-East Asia, especially in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, and Singapore. This creature can be evoked to work with a human under its own terms.  Somehow, a Tuyul is like an animal, so it needs to be treated as such. In order to foster a closer relationship with this creature, the owner should give it a cup of milk every morning, some toys, clothing, sweets and biscuits. Some also smear a few drops the owner’s own blood to the Tuyul statue. A person who owns a Tuyul uses it mainly to steal things from other people, or to do mischief. According to a well-known superstition, if money or jewelry keeps disappearing mysteriously from your house, a Tuyul might be responsible. One way to ward off a Tuyul is to place some needles under your money, for Tuyul are afraid of being hurt by needles. According to Javanese mythology, the creature is believed to be kept by a person practicing pesugihan Tuyul black magic. Pesugihan is derived from Javanese word sugih means "rich". It is a kind of magic to help people to become rich instantly, but in exchange he or she must perform some rituals or offering tumbal (sacrifice something) to keep the Tuyul happy.  A Tuyul can be kept for an instant financial gain, but in exchange a female member of the family must allow it to breastfeed from her, sucking blood instead of milk. . Done by Anneke Fitrianti. . #blacktattooart #btattooing #blacktattooing #linework #lineworktattoo #inkstinctsubmission #blackworktattoo #taot #blackworkerssubmission #blacktattoo #lineworks #blackworks #dotworks #occultart #petrichortattooyk #tattoojogja #jogjatattoostudio #INDONESIA #blacktattooartist

Tuyul is a mythical spirit in mythology of South-East Asia, especially in Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand, and Singapore. This creature can be evoked to work with a human under its own terms. Somehow, a Tuyul is like an animal, so it needs to be treated as such. In order to foster a closer relationship with this creature, the owner should give it a cup of milk every morning, some toys, clothing, sweets and biscuits. Some also smear a few drops the owner’s own blood to the Tuyul statue. A person who owns a Tuyul uses it mainly to steal things from other people, or to do mischief. According to a well-known superstition, if money or jewelry keeps disappearing mysteriously from your house, a Tuyul might be responsible. One way to ward off a Tuyul is to place some needles under your money, for Tuyul are afraid of being hurt by needles. According to Javanese mythology, the creature is believed to be kept by a person practicing pesugihan Tuyul black magic. Pesugihan is derived from Javanese word sugih means "rich". It is a kind of magic to help people to become rich instantly, but in exchange he or she must perform some rituals or offering tumbal (sacrifice something) to keep the Tuyul happy. A Tuyul can be kept for an instant financial gain, but in exchange a female member of the family must allow it to breastfeed from her, sucking blood instead of milk. . Done by Anneke Fitrianti. . #blacktattooart #btattooing #blacktattooing #linework #lineworktattoo #inkstinctsubmission #blackworktattoo #taot #blackworkerssubmission #blacktattoo #lineworks #blackworks #dotworks #occultart #petrichortattooyk #tattoojogja #jogjatattoostudio #INDONESIA #blacktattooartist

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The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune. This tattoo took around 3,5 hours to do as the chest and sternum can be a tricky spot due to pain and the complex area. #hamsa #hamsatattoo"Effect of the observer" The effect of the observer (the consciousness of the observer) is a group of hypotheses about the possibility of the observer influencing elementary particles. It goes back to the ideas of the creators of quantum mechanics, and is a consequence of the problem of measuring quantum effects. According to Bohr, without an observer, the surrounding reality is only a probabilistic form. Concrete reality appears only with the advent of the observer. Some scientists equate the observer, man, and human consciousness. So Werner Heisenberg in the book "Physics and Philosophy" mentions a subjective observer. John Wheeler states that: "Observers are needed to bring the universe into being."
A human being is a part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feeling as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. -Albert Einstein . Big bad boy healed with a little touch up, for a lovely diving enthusiast. Diver is fresh 🖤 . #tattoo #tattoos #inked #realism #details #fineline #whaleshark #ocean #swimming #diving #nature #save #freedive #tattoooftheday #inkstagram #healed #healedtattoo #blackandgrey #blxckink #ttism Petruk is a character in traditional Javanese puppetry, or wayang. He is one of the four Punokawan, together with Semar (the leader/father figure), Bagong, and Gareng; Petruk acts as the middle child. They are portrayed living together as a harmonious family. . Punokawan are not present in the original Indian versions of the Mahabharata, they are thought to have been an original Javanese creation. He was originally a noble raksasa known as Bambang Pecruk Panyukilan. He was humorous yet quick to fight, enjoyed joking but a furious warrior. . The name Petruk may derive from the Arabic Fat-ruk, the first word in the Sufi creed fat-ruk kulla maa siwallahi ("leave all but Allah"). . The Punokawan, often provide comic relief in the stories they are in, but also serve to speak to the audience and convey ideas of the dalang (puppeteer), including social criticism. . Done by Anneke Fitrianti. . #wayangtattoo #javanesetattoo #petruktattoo #punakawantattoo #blacktattooart #btattooing #blacktattooing #linework #lineworktattoo #inkstinctsubmission #blackworktattoo #taot #blackworkerssubmission #tattoolife #blacktattoo #lineworks #blackworks #dotworks #occultart #blacktattoomag #inkedblaq #tattoojogja #jogjatattoostudio #INDONESIA #blacktattooartist