What is an evil eye pendant?
An evil eye is an amulet or a talisman, usually designed in the exact shape of an eye. Traditionally it comes in many shades of the colors blue or green, which show spiritual safeguarding. These talismans or evil eye “resistants” come in different forms such as bracelets, pendants, earrings or even rings.
What does the evil eye jewelry symbolize and what does it mean spiritually?
The evil eye is a curse believed to be cast by a negative energy or vibes of jealousy, which is directed towards a person or group of people who are unaware of the curse. Jewelry, accessories, talismans and amulets which have the evil eye were produced to give the wearer security against the evil eye. Various cultures believe that receiving the evil eye will cause injury or general misfortune. So that is why talismans were created, to protect against the evil eye, hence named “evil eyes”.
What does the evil eye protect against?
When a person wears jewelry with the evil eye or carries an evil eye with them, it keeps them sage from general misfortune happening in one’s life or negative incidents. The evil eye is believed to come with good luck, to protect you from any ill and from anything negative for your well-being or your life in a more broad aspect.
Can you buy the evil eye for yourself?
The evil eye is usually a piece of jewelry worn by someone or hung on a building. You can buy the evil eye yourself, or give it to loved ones who you think need protection. In case the evil eye breaks, it means that the magic in it was used and the evil eye has done its job. You have already been protected by the evil eye, so its “cycle” closed.
Is the eye symbol evil?
Though named as ‘the evil eye’, it is actually the charm meant to ward off the true evil eye: a curse passed on through a negative glare, possibly inspired by jealousy and envy.
What is Blue Eye Bead?
Nazar beads, are traditional Anatolian evil-eye beads used to ward off evil. This tradition is similar to evil-eye traditions all over the world. The origin of the word “nazar” is derived from the Arabic word for “sight,”. In Turkey it is also referred to as a “Blue bead” or “mavi boncuk.”
What religion does the evil eye come from?
Belief in the evil eye is ancient and can be found everywhere; it occurred in ancient Greece and Rome, in Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, and Hindu traditions. It has an origin from indigenous, peasant, and other folk societies, and through the times it has become the well-known “evil eye” the world has come to know in the current modern times.