About 5000 years ago, the Mesopotamians recorded the evil eye concept on clay tablets. We can also see this idea recorded in Christian, Jewish, and Muslim cultures. Hindu and Buddhist societies are also well aware of the evil eye concept. It is directed usually towards an individual who is not aware of it. Some cultures believe that receiving the evil eye can bring misfortune, injury, or bad luck. For protection, evil eye jewelry is used to guard an individual against ‘Nazar’.
Evil Eye Color – How To Get Rid Of Nazar
The blue color of the evil eye means protection. It is the traditional color related to good karma, protection against Nazar, and positive energies. Additionally, the light blue color symbolizes the truth and ensures protection against evil looks.
The concept of ‘Ojo turco,’ ‘Nazar,’ ‘mati,’ or ‘evil eye’ usually holds for new businesses, new babies, new cars, and housewarmings. You must have heard people saying about Nazar. It means any occasion which signifies good luck can receive the evil eye look from those individuals who hate you or are jealous of your success.
What is the actual story behind the lucky eye beads or the evil eye beads? They are more than lucky charms. How can these beads rid off evil nazar? Moreover, if you flip the pages of history, you will be amazed to see that at every stage of human history, talismans are always preferred to defy the evil forces.
Evil Eye Necklace
Getting an evil eye leads to injury or misfortune. Hence, magical talismans create protection against Nazar. Usually, a person who is receiving the Nazar from someone is unaware of it. However, wearing the necklace can give you protection from the nazar of evil people. The significance and concept of evil eye jewelry are different among varying cultures. But the principal purpose of wearing this kind of jewelry is to provide complete protection against nazar. The evil eye concept can also be found multiple times in the translation of our Old Testament. The Asian and Mediterranean cultures and tribes widely believe in the evil eye. Moreover, decorations and charms with eye-like symbols help to repel the nazar. It is common among the people of Iran, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, Iraq, and Naples.
Types Of Evil Eyes
There are three kinds of evil eyes:
- Unconscious evil eye
- Hidden or unseen evil eye
- Evil eye for harming others
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Evil eye jewelry pieces are exquisite due to their blue gradient settings. Moreover, you can get Nazar earrings, bracelets, finger rings and many more. So, what are you waiting for? Get your evil eye jewelry today before it gets too late.