This mystical symbol is everywhere you look. In a way, wearing evil eye jewelry can be a form of empowerment. Whether we realize it or not, adorning ourselves with these symbols is a rebellion against those who would cast an unwanted glance our way at a party, in the office, or in our online spaces.
Celebrities are well known to subscribe to evil eye jewelry.
Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt, Sharon Stone, Richard Gere, Madonna, Britney Spears and Demi Moore, Lauren Conrad and Kelly Ripa's bracelet or Caroline Manzo evil eye necklace...It's meant to ward off the evil eye from others who would want to stop their success. Evil Eye Jewelry is a special kind of jewelry. It helps ward off all evil eyes from you and creates a protective shield against you. You can also wear evil eye jewelry to save yourself from negative energies, such as anger, hatred, fear, jealousy and other such evil energies that can affect your health and fortune.
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Turkish Nazar or Greek blue eye beads can often be seen hanging from rear view mirrors of cars, displayed near the door of a home or office, or worn as a good luck talisman on evil eye bracelet, evil eye necklace and earrings. In daily life you can find glass evil eye beads almost everywhere in Turkey or Greece. People donate everything they love or appreciate with these blue mati evil eye charms with blue eye beads. They attach an evil eye bead to the clothes of a new-born baby to ward off the evil eye. New born babies are given the gold version of these evil eye baby pins as a gift and they are normally pinned on the back of their clothing with red ribbons. They buy evil eye necklace or evil eye charms with a lucky eye for their sweethearts. They bring Turkish nazar blue eye bead amulets as a gift for a new office, new home or a new car. Almost everywhere you see thousands of blue eyes that aim to stop the evil eye with an evil eye amulet or an evil eye jewelry. Read more about the evil eye meaning
A blue eye can also be found on some forms of the hamsa jewelry, an apotropaic hand-shaped amulet against the evil eye found in the Middle East. The word hamsa, also spelled khamsa and hamesh, means five referring to the fingers of the hand. In Jewish culture, the hamsa is called the Hand of Miriam; in Muslim culture, the Hand of Fatima. Read more about the hamsa meaning
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