Bracelet Hamsa / jewish jewelry star of David / Evil Eye for Protection
Jewish jewelry star of David / Evil Eye for Protection
Bluenoemi Threads Bracelet Hamsa / Star of David / Evil Eye Beads Souvenir for Protection.
Evil Eyes may have occurred as early as the early Paleolithic era. We find this figure in Jewish, Christian and Muslim cultures as well as Buddhist and Hindu society. The evil eye mal de ojo Nazar Mauvais Oeil or Greek Mattiasma is a curse that is believed to be imposed by a malicious glare, usually against an unwitting person. Many cultures believe that receiving evil eyes can cause misfortune, bad luck or injury. Mal de ojo jewels and talismans were created to prevent evil eyes also called "evil eyes".
The Hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol dating back to prehistoric times designed to give protection from the evil eye, bad luck that results from the attention or jealousy of others.Today it is used both by Jewish and Muslim culture.
The hamsa consists of a hand, usually pointing fingers down with an eye in the middle. Most commonly, the Hamsa is made in the shape of a hand with five fingers outstretched. There is, however, the unique Cohanim Hamsa. In this position, the forefinger and third finger are joined from one side, and the ring finger and the little finger are joined from the other side. This forms the Hebrew letter "shin" and is the position of a Cohen's fingers when he blesses the congregation.
The Star of David is a symbol commonly associated with Judaism and the Jewish People. In Hebrew, it is called Magen David (“Shield of David”). A six-pointed star, the Star of David is composed of two overlaid equilateral triangles, one pointing up and the other pointing down.