Pendants, bracelets and other jewelry Against the Evil Eye

Whenever someone asks me why we offer evil eye jewelry on our site or why we advise everyone (yes, really everyone) to wear one, my answer is simple: this type of curse is a concrete reality and it is absolutely necessary to guard against it.

Imagine living with a cleaver above your head... You would like to protect yourself from it, wouldn't you?

Well, it’s exactly the same when it comes to lucky charms against the evil eye.

In this article, we will first look in more depth at this area and together try to provide a clear definition. We will then look at two examples of jewelry, a pendant and a bracelet, which could well prevent you from having the evil eye.

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But actually, what is the evil eye?

A solution: jewelry against the evil eye

Why wear this jewelry?

Cat throwing a malevolent look in our direction.

But actually, what is the evil eye?

Again, the answer is simple.

This concept corresponds to a curse which can affect someone who has suffered a malicious look. It doesn't matter if it was started with the intention of harm or simply by a jealous or envious person, the result will be the same. Here is

In short, yes, you heard correctly, a simple bad look can cause us a lot of trouble.

Often, when someone succeeds better than others in life (financially but also in terms of relationships for example), they arouse jealousy. This will inevitably bring the spotlight to this person and the attention of jealous people of all kinds.

Through the many ill-intentioned looks that they receive in this way , a whole bunch of negative energies come.

For some (the most religious), these energies attract jinns or demons who then torment their unfortunate victim. Others who are more attracted to oriental spiritualities will say that they damage the aura or karma.

It is clear: interpretations and perceptions of reality vary from one culture to another. Some people look for natural causes while the more spiritual turn more easily to the side of spirits.

However, the idea that someone might have the wrong one is an almost universal idea, although it is most prevalent in the Middle East and the South Mediterranean. Here is an extract from a book which teaches you more about the vision of the evil eye in the Arab world.

In all likelihood, belief in this phenomenon dates back to prehistory, more precisely around the 4th millennium BC. So we are talking here about something very (but very) old.

Greek authors sometimes tell us about the phenomenon and even describe how it works and its causes.

Thus, the famous Plutarch declared that the eyes were the main, if not the only, source of deadly rays which, like poisoned darts, strike every corner of the interior of the man who has to suffer them.

For him, having the evil eye means literally being attacked by the gaze of a malicious person.

Several jewels with Nazar Boncuk, a lucky charm that wards off the evil eye

Keep the evil eye away

thanks to the powers of nazar boncuk


A solution: jewelry against the evil eye

The different cultures therefore all had to admit that certain people were indeed cursed and that, very often, there was no other explanation than that of the evil eye.

Everyone then looked for ways to protect themselves from this strange phenomenon to finally be able to reconnect with luck.

A simple solution was then found... Wearing jewelry against the evil eye would seem to be somewhat effective.

Don't make me say what I didn't say: not all lucky charms have the same use and, while some may prove quite useful, others will have no effect on this. type of curse... or even actually increase its effects!

This is precisely why the advice you will now receive is valuable. By giving you two examples of jewelry against the evil eye that are truly effective, you will then be able to make the right choice.

If you are interested in the area of ​​lucky charms and the different benefits you can get from them, take a look at the rest of our site, you will like what you see!

Pendants used against the evil eye made from blue eyes.

An example of a bracelet against the evil eye: the nazar boncuk

Although it is difficult to trace the origin of the superstitions we have just talked about, historians know that the use of the bracelet we are going to talk about dates back to around 3300 BC, more or less the same time as the emergence of the phenomenon that he is trying to combat.

Concretely, this type of nazar boncuk has been used as a bracelet against the evil eye for centuries. It would apparently be its eye shape that would repel the energies by “countering” them.

Look deep into the nazar boncuk, and you will undoubtedly discover the power of the curses it fights for us.

Indeed, it will defend you against the negative energies launched by glances by responding to them with energies of the same intensity.

Lucky metal clover mounted on a bracelet.

An example of a pendant against the evil eye: the four-leaf clover

Originally, the shamrock was a symbol of life and rebirth by the Celtic people. Its return to nature indicated the coming of spring and its propensity to grow at the foot of sacred oaks made it a true gift from the gods.

By using it during rituals, we had to admit that in addition to bringing luck, the four-leaf clover protected us from certain curses. For centuries, this plant was used to repel demons and evil spirits.

Used as a pendant against the evil eye, its effects were even spectacular (according to some testimonies anyway).

During the Middle Ages, rumor spread among the population that it was also a means of deterrence against… witches!

This may be hard to understand in a skeptical and spiritually distant era like ours, but these women who worked with dark forces created real fear among the population.

It was therefore common to have children and vulnerable people wear a magic clover in the form of a pendant against the evil eye like this one.

Happy woman happy to have repelled the evil eye, standing in front of a sunny sky with open arms.

Why wear this jewelry?

Since I was a child, I have worn lucky charms to protect myself from the evil eye.

Pendant, ring or amulet, it can depend on the situation and my mood at the moment. I especially like to wear them when I feel the need for extra protection.

My mother would put a pin decorated with a small nazar boncuk in my crib to ensure that any negative energy directed at me would be repressed and I could sleep safely.

Did you like the advice you received here? You can go further by discovering a whole bunch of useful information in this article to protect yourself from the evil eye.

Aside from their deep symbolism, the eyes are arguably the most powerful and significant part of the human body.

A deep look can inspire calm and reassurance as well as fear.

So it really wouldn't surprise me if the idea of ​​the evil eye reflects a certain reality.

In yourself, what do you think?

Wrists of two friends who each wear bracelets.

The advantage of bracelets

Most lucky charms come in different forms.

Some are large and others are small, some are expensive and others are more affordable, some exist as statuettes and others as jewelry.

It’s clear: we have a choice.

Now, with this choice comes an important decision that we must make: how are we going to wear the symbol we have chosen?

For us, the answer is clear: the lucky bracelet is a very good choice to combat the evil eye.

This type of jewelry is in fact easy to wear on a daily basis (it is quite discreet) and allows us to stay as close as possible to the energy of the symbol we wear. A bracelet will be in contact with our skin throughout the day.

Costume jewelry par excellence, you will find bracelets made of gold, silver or more natural materials, all set with the precious stones of your choice.

Pendant against the evil eye made of a ruby ​​in the shape of a flower.

The advantage of pendants

A pendant is a type of jewelry that is worn around the neck, threaded around a necklace. A very popular piece of modern jewelry, the pendant is undoubtedly the simplest way to equip yourself with a lucky charm.

This way of doing things allows you to use almost any object (as long as it is not too large) as a pendant. The possibilities in terms of choosing lucky charms are therefore endless.

More than for bracelets, choosing a pendant against the evil eye will depend greatly on the style you want to have. Whether you have a bohemian, glamorous or spiritual style... Whether you are looking for jewelry for women or men... There will always be a pendant made for you, and you will always find one that will make the gift idea that you wait.

Unless you hide it under your clothes, it will indeed be the first thing that people you meet will notice.

Lucky charms featured in this article

Bracelet “Nazar Boncuk”

Bracelet “Nazar Boncuk”

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4 leaf clover necklace

4 leaf clover necklace

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Discover the author: Cyril Gendarme

Cyril Gendarme is a writer whose website "The Lucky Door" ("La Porte Du Bonheur" in French, his native language) has become a reference in the field of esotericism. Born in Belgium, Cyril has been attracted to the mysteries of the world since he was a child. When his interest in occultism was awakened, a particular subject caught his attention: lucky charms.

After years of study and in-depth research on esoteric traditions from around the world, Cyril decided to share his knowledge with the public through the internet. In 2019, he launched "The Lucky Door," a website dedicated to exploring lucky charms, magical symbols, and esoteric arts.

The Lucky Door is much more than just a showcase for those curious about magic, divination, or tradition. It is the result of Cyril's passion for researching and understanding the mysteries of the universe. Every piece of information available on the site testifies to his dedication to sharing his knowledge of the most hidden symbols and their unique powers.

In addition to his online work, Cyril regularly organizes workshops and conferences in different countries. His presence on social media is also highly appreciated, where he offers personalized advice and happily answers questions from his community.