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  • What is the Evil Eye?

    The Evil Eye is a belief starting in antiquity that willingly or unwillingly others can cast ‘evil eyes’ of jealousy, envy, or malice on a person or a personal object, which brings them harm or misfortune.


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  • Artwork of six Hamsa Hands with different religion colors and symbols

    What is the Hamsa Hand?

    The Hamsa Hand, is also known as the Khamsa, the Hand of Fatima, the Hand of Mary, the Hand of Miriam, the Hand of the Goddess, and Hamesh.

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  • Image of a huge Mal De Ojo eyeball

    What is Mal De Ojo?

    'Mal De Ojo' is a deep-rooted Hispanic, Caribbean, Latino, and West African folk belief, that a malicious look of jealousy or envy, or an innocent look of admiration, can bring bad luck, ill health, or misfortune to the receiver.


    Learn more about Mal De Ojo or the Spanish Evil Eye.

  • Image of Malocchio origin in ancient Rome

    What is Malocchio?

    Malocchio is the Italian version of the Evil Eye, a belief starting in antiquity that others can cast an ‘evil eye’ of jealousy, envy, or malice on a person or a personal object, which brings them harm or misfortune.

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  • Image of eight nazar battus or nazar amulets on a wall

    What is Nazar?

    ‘Nazar’, originally a word from ancient Arabic, means ‘look, sight, surveillance, or visual attention’. A Nazar Amulet is a good luck charm, meant to protect the wearer from ‘buri nazar’ or the ‘evil eye’.

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  • Old greek artwork with a Greek Evil Eye painted on a ship

    What is the Greek Evil Eye?

    Kako Mati or Matiasma is an ancient Greek belief that others can cast an ‘evil eye’ of jealousy, envy, or malice on a person or a personal object, which brings them harm or misfortune.


    Learn more about Mati or the Greek Evil Eye.

  • Image of a Turkish Evil Eye within a Hamsa Hand

    What is the Turkish Evil Eye?

    ‘Kem Goz’ or ‘Evil Eye’ in Turkish, is an ancient belief in the lands now known as Turkey, that others can cast an ‘evil eye’ of jealousy, envy, or malice on a person or a personal object, which brings them harm or misfortune.


    Learn more about Kem Goz or the Turkish Evil Eye.