Superstition of 'The Evil Eye'

Superstition of 'The Evil Eye'

The superstition of the Evil Eye is one of the strongest symbolic images in the world. Belief in the evil eye curse dates back to at least 5,000 years. Many cultures across the continent believe that receiving the evil eye will cause misfortune or injury. Records of the Evil Eye symbol can be found in Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist cultures.

How Does One Protect Themselves From The Evil Eye by Wearing a Pendant/Amulet?

It is believed that there are 3 types of Evil Eye:  

- The Unconscious Evil Eye: Harms things and people without intending to.

- The Intentional Evil Eye: Harms others with the intention to do so.

- The Unseen Evil Eye: The kind that is hidden

Wearing the Evil Eye is a symbol of being aware of your surroundings. Similar to the Egyptian Eye of Horus, Egyptians believed that when Horus opened its eyes, the world was enlightened. 

It is said “when anyone looks at good things with envy, he fills the surrounding atmosphere with a destructive quality and sends his own breath of exhale to any place nearest him”. Wearing the evil eye reflects malicious thoughts back to the sender.

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