Evil Eyes may have taken place as early as the beginning of the Paleolithic era. This figure is found in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim cultures as well as in Buddhist and Hindu societies. The evil eye of Ojo Nazar Evil Eye or Greek Mattiasma is a curse that would be imposed by a malevolent gaze, usually against an unwitting person.

Many cultures believe that receiving bad eyes can cause misfortune, bad luck, or injury. Mal de Ojo jewels and talismans were created to prevent the "evil eye" from harming its wearer. In this blog article, we will talk about Evil Eye and tell you everything you need to know about the meaning of evil eye jewelry.

Meaning of Evil Eye and Hamsa Jewelry: What Do They Do?

“What is the evil eye? – a person might ask. A frequent answer is that it mostly correlates to the benefits of the Hamsa, an equally powerful charm that has the same base benefits as the Evil Eye.

The Evil Eye protection consists of an eponymous shield that protects you from so-called evil eyes. Evil eyes can represent many things - mostly negative thoughts created by those who envy you or are just bad people who don't deserve to be in your presence. When considering which direction to take when buying a product, keep this combination in mind.

Phrases and rituals are not the only way to prevent evil forces. The most popular method of escaping the Devil's evil eye effect in many cultures is through the use of an Evil Eye Talisman, Evil Eye Symbol, or Evil Eye Ornament. These are designed to "mirror" the power of evil appearances.

The evil eye amulet originated in Greece, where it was called the "apotropaic" amulet, which meant that it reflected damage. The most basic design of the evil eye popular in the Middle East is the amulet, designed with concentric blue and white circles to symbolize the evil eye, known as the Nazar. It is generally used for houses, vehicles, or jewelry. One of the most powerful examples of evil eye amulets in the Middle East and Africa is Hamsa, also known as the "Hand of Fatima". Hamsa is a hand symbol with evil eyes on the palm of your hand.

Protection from the evil eye is almost a sacred thing, as it has never been fully understood or described by members of the artistic & religious movements…etc so how can one protect themself using evil eyes?

How to Protect Yourself Using Evil Eyes Jewelry?

Since the beginning of known civilization, the evil eye has granted the person wearing this ancient charm ultimate protection and care, akin to the finest feelings bestowed on us by our dearest ones.

In addition to the use of evil eye amulets, consider that the Greeks also carry incense or a cross as protection against the evil eye. The new mother will keep items under the pillow or head, including red, black, or white lines, nails, gunpowder, bread, salt, garlic, rings, indigo blue, or a pair of silver buttons.

Each of these objects has its meaning, which makes it a good defense against the evil eye. For example, gunpowder symbolizes the ability to counter the evil eye. Nails symbolize strength. Indigo is very important for its blue tint strength. Salt is a symbol of preservation and power.


In terms of jewelry, the Evil Eye can be worn as a bracelet or a necklace. In fact, this powerful symbol is always implemented as an evil eye charm, as its powers are completely dispersed when the symbol materializes.

A part of most cultures around the world, the evil eye has always been seen to have a realigning effect on negative notions. The many patterns of this ancient symbol are still well associated with most crystals, giving every evil eye seeker an array of choices.

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We hope that after reading you have received all the information you need about the meanings of the evil eye & how to protect yourself from it. You might also be interested in browsing our other Spiritual Jewelry which includes Zodiac Collection & Chakras Collection.


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