Fudo Myo-O

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[[File:Fudo.jpg|thumb|right|Fudo Myo-O tattoo by Stewart Robson]]
 
[[File:Fudo.jpg|thumb|right|Fudo Myo-O tattoo by Stewart Robson]]
  
BuddhisT. Literally 'Immovable King of Light,' '''Fudomyo-O '''is the Japanese rendition of the Buddhist deity Acalanatha, the wrathful aspect of the Buddha.
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'''Fudo Myo-O ''', meaning 'Immovable King of Light,' is the Japanese rendition of the Buddhist deity Acalanatha, the wrathful aspect of the Buddha.
  
A popular [[tattoo]] design, Fudomyo-O is usually pictured with a lasso in one hand to bind the faithful, and a sword in the other to cut through ignorance, on a backdrop of fire which purges all wickedness. A tattoo of Fudomyo-O protects its wearer from evil and natural disasters (like fires).
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A popular [[tattoo]] design, Fudomyo-O is usually pictured with a lasso in one hand to bind the faithful and a sword in the other to cut through ignorance, on a backdrop of fire which purges all wickedness. A tattoo of Fudo Myo-O protects its wearer from evil and natural disasters (like fires).
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:12, 6 February 2015

Fudo Myo-O tattoo by Stewart Robson

Fudo Myo-O , meaning 'Immovable King of Light,' is the Japanese rendition of the Buddhist deity Acalanatha, the wrathful aspect of the Buddha.

A popular tattoo design, Fudomyo-O is usually pictured with a lasso in one hand to bind the faithful and a sword in the other to cut through ignorance, on a backdrop of fire which purges all wickedness. A tattoo of Fudo Myo-O protects its wearer from evil and natural disasters (like fires).

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