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Gift box -Ancient Greek Lucky Charm. Protection from enemies and evil eye.

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Gift set - Ancient Greek Lucky Charm. Protection from enemies and evil eye. Greek Lucky Charm - Talisman.

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Ancient Greek Lucky Charm.

Buy a good luck pouch that suits to you. Ancient Greek Lucky Charm - Talisman.The evil eye is a curse believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they are unaware. Many cultures believe that receiving the evil eye will cause misfortune or injury. Talismans created to protect against the evil eye are also frequently called "evil eyes". (A talisman is an object that someone believes holds magical properties that bring good luck to the possessor, or that protect the possessor from evil or harm.)
Belief in the evil eye dates back to Classical antiquity. It is referenced by Hesiod, Callimachus, Plato, Diodorus Siculus, Theocritus, Plutarch, Heliodor us, Pliny the Elder, and Aulus Gellius. Peter Walcott’s Envy and the Greeks (1978) listed more than one hundred works by these and other authors mentioning the evil eye.
Classical antiquity
Classical authors attempted to offer explanations for the evil eye. Plutarch's scientific explanation stated that the eyes were the chief, if not sole, source of the deadly rays that were supposed to spring up like poisoned darts from the inner recesses of a person possessing the evil eye. Plutarch treated the phenomenon of the evil eye as something seemingly inexplicable that is a source of wonder and cause of incredulity.
The evil eye, known as μάτι (mati), "eye", as an apotropaic visual device, is known to have been a fixture in Greece dating back to at least the 6th century BC, when it commonly appeared on drinking vessels. In Greece, the evil eye is cast away through the process of xematiasma (ξεμάτιασμα), whereby the "healer" silently recites a secret prayer passed over from an older relative of the opposite sex, usually a grandparent. Such prayers are revealed only under specific circumstances, according to their customs those who reveal them indiscriminately lose their ability to cast off the evil eye.
The evil eye is not just a superstition, but something that can seriously affect us at a physical, psychological and spiritual level. Nature gives the weapons to deal with it. Eliminate any bad energy from your home and your loved ones. Put a good luck pouch in your home and work. Good luck will follow you all year round. The power of nature and herbs removes from you the evil eye. In all cases we have recited good luck wishes that drive out bad energy and evil eye and give you luck, health and happiness
Our wishes and power have been secretly brought to us since ancient times, by our grandmother, PENELOPE DUKAKIS, who had the great power to drive away the evil eye. To avoid evil eye, the best treatment is prevention.Buy a good luck pouch that suits to you.Protection from enemies and evil eye.
The pouch contains dried herbs, energy stone, essential oil and wishes.
jewel: pomegranate.
energy stone HematiteIt protects from nightmares.
It exempts from negativity
It gives love, success, wealth.
It provides protection and cleaning.
It offers Longevity.
It gives wisdom, prudence.
It brings great luck especially if it is offered as a gift.
It helps to combat insomnia.Buy a good luck pouch.

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