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  1. Mazukazahn
    The Evil Eye or al-ayn (simply “the eye” in Arabic) is a curse that is said to cause harm in varying degrees, from miniscule annoyances, to making one’s fortune dissolve, to igniting a.
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  2. Gashicage
    Evil eye, glance believed to have the ability to cause injury or death to those on whom it falls; pregnant women, children, and animals are thought to be particularly susceptible. Belief in the evil eye is ancient and ubiquitous; it occurred in ancient Greece and Rome, in Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist.
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  3. Maucage
    Jul 28,  · The evil eye is a human look believed to cause harm to someone or something. The supernatural harm may come in the form of a minor misfortune, or .
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  4. Zulurr
    The evil eye, known as “mati” (μάτι) in Greek culture, is a curse thought to be given by a malicious glare that can cause bad luck or loss. You may have heard someone giving you the "evil eye" from across the room - and many people around the world believe this to be more then just a say Free shipping $30+ USA 🧿 $60+ WORLDWIDE.
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  5. Sak
    The 'evil eye' 'mati' 'ojo Turco' 'Nazar' the tradition of the charm persists, for new babies, new businesses, housewarmings, and even new cars – any occasion when a 'good luck' wish is called for. The real story behind the evil eye beads or lucky eye beads. Why the blue evil eye .
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  6. Douzilkree
    Oct 24,  · Hamsa & Evil Eye - The evil eye symbol is also often depicted in the centre of the Hamsa Hand, which is a very common symbol of protection and good fortune.. The use of the evil eye symbol on amulets is thought to reflect the evil glare back onto the person giving it. It is usually also depicted in the colour blue, which stems from its use in Egypt, where glazed mud would become blue when baked.
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  7. Brasida
    The evil eye is both a form of curse, transmitted by look, that is believed by many cultures to cause injury or bad luck for the person at whom it is directed, and also a powerful protective symbol or talisman. As a curse, the evil eye is most commonly attributed to envy, cast unintentionally by looking at or excessively praising a person.
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  8. Gukora
    The Evil Eye pendant is affixed to anything that is perceived to attract greed, envy, or ill-will. In Turkey, you will find the Evil Eye symbol on currency, in homes and offices, hanging from the necks of newborn children and farm animals, and in the foundations of buildings. Evil Eye Jewelry.
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  9. Feshakar
    May 15,  · The evil eye is a popular belief that somebody can voluntarily or involuntarily bring disease and disgrace to another person by looking at them, usually brought on by envy. In some cultures, the belief is focused on children, where someone can inadvertently give a child the evil eye by complimenting them, as it draws in negative energy%(74).
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