Evil Eye Protection

Evil Eye Protection

The Evil eye is a “Luck Charm” believed to “reflect evil” and thereby protects a person or an object against misfortune. The evil eye is a “Luck Charm” gives protection and brings luck to all.  With its warm blue, the shine it has derived from the fire and the smiling face that’s a typical feature of the Anatolian people, it gives happiness to the friends and the beloved ones. The evil eye is a shield that guards against various forms of bad luck that is willed onto you or an object by others.

Evil Eye Protection

When a person wears or carries an evil eye with them, it guards against misfortune and from bad things happening in one’s life. It helps to keep your life in balance, protects you from “bad karma” and ill-will that could otherwise have a negative effect on your well-being or your life in general.

When someone is envious of an object you own, whether it is a new car, new house or that new cell phone you just acquired, this envy can cause misfortune to the object causing it to be broken, wrecked, ruined, etc. in some way, either minor or major.

The Evil Eye is known in Many Cultures

Evil Eye – First recorded by the Mesopotamians about 5,000 years ago in cuneiform on clay tablets, the Evil Eye may actually have originated as early as the Upper Paleolithic age.

Belief in the evil eyes is strongest in the Middle East, South Asia and Europe, especially the Mediterranean region; it has also spread to other areas, including northern Europe, particularly in the Celtic regions, and the Americas, where it was brought by European colonists and Middle Eastern immigrants.

We find this figure in Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures as well as Buddhist and Hindu societies. This common tradition finds a new identity in the 3000 years old glass craftsmanship of Anatolia. A glass master combines the power the eye figure with the power of the fire and creates a new talisman: Nazar Boncugu / The Evil Eye Bead



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