Why wear a Symbol or a Talisman

Chances are that you have come across the Evil Eye, Fatimas hand and other  symbolic designs many times. And you've maybe even worn a necklace or an earring that symbolizes something particular or definitely seen someone wearing an a symbol and wondered about the meaning. 

Let's us introduce you to some of the strongest symbolic signs of today, the Evil Eye, Fatimas Hand.

The Evil Eye!

The symbol and superstition of the evil eye is one of the strongest symbolic images in the world. Yet, despite the differences in the cultures which hold the evil eye myth, it retains largely the same meaning no matter where the story is told.

In its most basic form, the evil eye is thought of as a look given to inflict harm, suffering, or some form of bad luck on those that it is cast upon.

Even though the name might mislead one to think differently, the Evil eye it’s actually meant as a positive talisman. The Evil Eye is meant to ward off the true evil eye. It’s meant to protect the wearer from evilness and cruelty.

The most popular method of escaping the evil eye’s effects in many cultures is by the use of evil eye talismans, symbols and evil eye jewelry. The most popular evil eye symbols are those with an eye (often depicted in white with a blue center ), which originated in ancient Greek and Roman culture and ever since these have been used to protect against the evil eye curse.

Today the symbol have been widely interpreted and have become a mere fashion symbol with a look thats probably more valued than the superstitious meaning.

The Hamsa hand

Miriam, Fatima, Hamsa or Maria. The symbol of a beautiful symmetric open right hand often worn in a chain. 
No matter the name, the recoginazable open right hand is widely known all over the world. In all cultures it’s symbolic value is positive and is mostly interpreted as a sign of protection that also represents, power and strength, and is seen as the symbol that can potentially deflect the evil eye.