Evil eye bracelets have been worn for thousands of years, throughout many regions and religions, because they are believed to ward off bad spirits and are thought to provide the wearer with protection and good luck.
Throughout the whole human history, in every culture and religion, the eye figure has been considered as a powerful talisman to defy evil forces. One of the most popular amulets is the blue glass eye charm.
The evil eye is a curse or legend believed to be cast by a malevolent glare usually catching a person unaware. You can wear an evil eye bracelet or lucky eye necklace to save yourself from negative energies, such as anger, hatred, fear, jealousy and other such evil energies that can affect your health and fortune.
An evil eye is an intentional or unintentional look of jealousy that someone gives to another person. It is generally believed that lucky, beautiful or happy people are targets for an evil eye look.
People attach evil eyes on and around things they want to protect. You Should wear evil eye rings or earrings to protect yourself against the Evil Eye.
Mal de ojo" or "evil eye," is a folk illness primarily affecting children, with infants being particularly vulnerable. This supernatural belief holds that an admiring look or a stare can weaken the child, leading to bad luck, sickness and even death.
Infliction of mal de ojo is not normally intentional. Treatment and prevention varies according to region. For example, in Mexico it is thought that the person admiring the child can prevent the malady by touching the child. On the other hand, in the Caribbean touching the child is believed to aggravate the problem.