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The evil eye is recognized worldwide as one of the most enduring ancient symbols. Dating back as early as 5000 BC in Mesopotamia, the evil eye has roots in Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, and Hindu cultures. Despite the differences between these religions and cultures, the intention of the evil eye has always been the same.

The curse of the evil eye is simple to understand; it stems from the belief that someone who accomplishes great success attracts the envy of those around them. That envy, in turn, manifests itself as a curse that will undo their good fortune. Anyone who feared ill-intent or bad luck would often wear the evil eye for protection.

There is a distinction between the amulet and the evil eye itself. Though often dubbed as 'the evil eye,' the amulet is the charm meant to ward off the actual evil eye, a curse communicated through a malicious glare, usually inspired by resentment.

The evil eye amulet sees all malevolence and reflects it back to the one casting it through their glare. Known as the Nazar, meaning "vision" in Arabic, this type of amulet is intended to ward off negativity for the wearer.

The symbol has transcended cultural, geographical, and religious boundaries—a remnant from the very dawn of civilization, a connection to some of humanity's most enduring and profound beliefs.

The color of the evil eye holds significance, here’s your key to finding which one is right for you:

Dark Blue Karma and fate protection
Light Blue General protection
White Purity and focus
Grey Protects against sorrow
Brown Protects from the elements
Dark Green Garners happiness
Light Green Success with your dreams
Yellow/Gold Protects your health
Orange Protects happiness
Red Brings courage
Pink Protects your friendships
Purple Protects from obstacles

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