Evil Eye Pendant

Evil Eye Pendant

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The evil eye has been part of numerous cultures around the world, dating back to the ancient Greeks and Romans almost 3,000 years ago. It’s easily recognizable and is also one of the strongest symbolic images in the world. Wearing an evil eye is said to ward off evil forces, which is probably why you’ve seen this famous symbol many times. But do you know the meaning and history behind this symbol? Here, we discuss everything you need to know about the evil eye, including why it’s had an influence in almost every country and religion, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hindu, and Buddhism. 

WHAT DOES THE EVIL EYE MEAN?

In Greek culture, the evil eye is known as “mati” (μάτι) — a curse given to someone with a malicious glare that is said to give bad luck or loss to whoever receives it. You’ve probably heard of or seen someone giving you the “evil eye”, however, many people have come to believe this to be more than a saying. Hence the creation of evil eye jewelry and charms.

If someone is thinking or wishing negatively towards you, the evil eye will protect you from their ill intentions. This is why it’s important to wear an evil eye at all times. Having one of these accessories on your body will ward off any negative thoughts and will protect you all day. 

Specification:
Colors: White, Dark Blue,
Material: alloy
Chain length: about 50cm/19.7in
Pendant diameter: about 1cm/0.39in

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