Protective Powers of Turkish Evil Eye Pendants

 Protective Powers of Turkish Evil Eye Pendants

All across the world it’s possible to stumble upon ancient symbols that are thought to protect against the curse of the Evil Eye. Some of these symbols are very old, but their meaning and purpose have never been erased from history. In ancient times it was believed that blue color was strong protection against the Evil Eye, a magical power that is at least 5,000 years old.

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