Charms ojo Turkish Eye
This protective pendent derives from a 5,000 year old 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.
Good luck all around, spirits are on your side and there to protect. When Eve was expelled from the Garden of Eden, she carried a four leaf clover with her. The truth is that one of these rare clovers is not only a symbol of good fortune as each leaf is a representation of a different aspect: luck, love, hope and faith.
The key of San Benito "La Medella de San Benito"
Hand of Fatima; Hamsa Hand
The medal is intended as a means of reminding us of God, calling down his blessing and protection upon us, wherever we are, through the intercession of St. Benedict.
The medal is a talismanic protective symbol which protects the wearer from harm against the evil eye and bring them goodness, abundance, fertility, luck and good health.
A protective symbol and distant cousin of Jesus; The saint is officially associated with difficult circumstances, but more recently has been associated with delinquents, with the idea that the saint hears the petitions of both the good and the bad.
This protection charm connects you with the right people, the best people, and acts like a magnet so they may notice you! It represents how your success is intertwined with people who have the ability and connections to elevate your life to a higher level.
Metatron is the most powerful angel who can teach you esoteric wisdom. He is a protection angel you can pray for to come and clean you from low energies.
Prayers will resonate and be multiplied 1,000 times to everyone's benefit. Just having the beads settle in the hand helps draw the mind and spirit to quiet, spirituality and contemplation.
This charm is considered to be a symbol of good luck in many cultures. They consider the elephant to be a symbol of fertility because their strong sense of emotion is linked to raw sexual power.
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