Evil Eye & Hamsa Key Ring MIST16
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Great Evil eye key ring with small Hamsa hand, as shown in the image. Please note this is an example and you will receive ONE of equal quality in your order. The length of the key ring is 170 mm Weight: 20 grams approx.
A little bit about the Evil Eye... At almost every stages of human history, man has looked for the assistance of magic objects called talismans to defy evil forces. Talismans with letters, numbers or abstract signs have survived to this day. Even the modern religions with a single god have their own symbols. One of these symbols we find in almost every culture and faith for thousands of years... It’s the figure of eye...Belief in the evil eye is strongest in the Middle East, East and West Africa, South Asia, Central Asia, and Europe, especially the Mediterranean region. Evil eye beads go back thousands of years. Blue glass evil eye bead amulets are the most common talisman in Anatolia to stop the evil eye. Turkish Evil Eye Bead. 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, evil eye bead gives happiness to the friends and the beloved ones. Protection from the evil eyes, covetous friends and strangers A Hamsa hand is one of the most ancient amulets used in modern culture. The symbol has been adopted by diverse communities from different religions who have shared a common understanding of the symbol's meaning - the ability to ward off the evil eye and attract divine protection. The Hamsa is shaped as a symmetrical five-finger hand with a thumb on each side. What is the meaning of Hamsa? The name itself - Hamsa or Chamsa - means "five" in Arabic, referring to the five stretched fingers of the hand.
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