The Hamsa Hand Evil Eye bracelet is worn on the left hand side on the wrist to ward off all negative and evil energies. Wearing the Hamsa Evil Eye bracelet will protect you from any evil forces and emit a positive energy towards you as its wearer. It is believed to give good luck and many people use it as a lucky charm. The Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign, believed to bring its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
People believe that the evil eye bracelet protects them.
The hamsa, or hamsa hand, is a talisman from the ancient Middle East. In its most common form, the amulet is shaped like a hand with three extended fingers in the middle and a curved thumb or pinky finger on either side. It is thought to protect against the “evil eye." It is most often displayed on necklaces or bracelets, though it can also be found in other decorative elements like wall hangings. The Hamsa symbol is one of the oldest symbols ever to exist and can be traced back to around 1800 years ago. According to some sources, the Phoenicians created the Hamsa symbol and used it as a protective amulet to keep them safe from evil. This belief spread rapidly throughout other cultures and even today it’s seen as a symbol of protection from evil and bring forth good fortunes and positive energy, luck, blessing and abundance.
Evil Eye charm dates back about 5,000 years is well reputed to protect you against harm from jealousy, malice, bad intentions, envy or toxic energy. Dating back to ancient Greece and Roman times, it is thought to protect you from anyone that does not have genuine good intentions and ward that evil eye stare, dispel any negative or evil curses. Some even believed that it is a good luck symbol and bring it whenever they go, to attract good fortune.
1 x Red Braided Hamsa Hand Evil Eye Protection & Good Luck Bracelet
Size adjustable from 2" to 3.5" approx