Evil eye jewelry the meaning behind the ancient belief

Evil eye is one of the most ancient belief which is circulating all around the world. You may have heard about it, that is for user as our grandmothers and mothers are always talking about it.

Many jewels, stones, necklaces are linked with evil eye. In many traditions people believe that some particularly colored evil eye necklace and designs will save them from evil eye. This belief of evil eye is almost 3000 years old.

People tend to have them in their cars, homes, offices and most of them wear them throughout their lives.

These jewelry articles are available on jewelry shops and even online. But still many people want to know about the core reasons for having these jewels, keep on reading for getting some essential in information.

What is an evil eye?

You might have known this fact that our thoughts are energy, and energy can never be created, and one can never destroy it either.

Evil eye is basically an emotion, which is originated as jealousy and envy. Physically it is only visible through the eyes of the culprit. According to those who study metaphysics and starts, this is harmful and this energy can destroy the weak energies.

Those who are doing well, and their hard work is bringing success are always targeted, because jealousy and envy is a natural feeling. No one can escape it. So, different cultures have different ideas for tackling the evil eye. Many say that stones and jewels reflect specific kind of radiations and energy, which can destroy the evil energy.

However, in some modern concepts these stones radiate energy which get synchronized with the person’s own energy, and ultimately both these energies combine to combat the evil and destructive energy.

Origin of evil eye necklace

Evil eye jewelry originated from Greece, and as the civilization merged in 600 A.D, the African has got a speared type of bracelets which are made up of small beads. At the center of these necklaces they have got a special sign, which is the symbol of sight.

In many cases, this symbol of evil eye is shaped inside a hand, which is generally known as hamasa. The purpose of depicting that hand, is to show the reflection of the evil eye. It means that the person who is sending the negative vibes will receive back his intentions.

The color of these jewels came from Egypt. There is no purpose in having these beads in this color, it was quite spontaneous. Egyptian mud turns blue when baked, thus this color was taken as the traditional color.

Types of jewelry for evil eye

The most common jewelry article available with the evil eye stones and colors, are the pendants. Women and men, both tend to wear them.

As far as kids are concerned then, ladies love to buy bracelets for their kids and especially newborn. As they look quite cool on them.

Rings are another option, if you want to impose a modern look. These rings are very minimal, and quite simple. Most of them have got a single jewel, or some extravagant ones have got multiple small gems on it.

Lastly, the earrings, they are quite rare when comes to evil eye jewelry. But still you can have them according to your choice, and mostly these earrings are available online.

Colors and meanings in evil eye necklaces

The most common color in these sorts of jewels is the cobalt blue shade. Which is thought to protect the fate of those who wear it. Different colors present, different emotions. Red color represents, happiness and prosperity.

RJ Frometa
Author: RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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