Throughout history there have been superstitions
that have been passed down some originating thousands of years ago. The symbol
of an eye has always been deemed a negative symbol in many different cultures.
Turkish and Greek beliefs are equally the same but they have a embellished a
Lucky Evil Eye amulet to ward off evil doings.
The envious evil eye can cause pain,
injury, or bad luck to anyone on the receiving end of this glare. People who
are envious or simply believe that a person does not deserve the good fortune
bestowed on them also give the evil eye subconsciously. Thus the Nazar amulet
was created and has been a staple in Turkish and Greek traditions.
Man has made many forms of talismans
designed to ward off bad luck. Turkey, the Nazar Boncuğu is widely displayed in
homes, shops, and business also a rabbit’s foot is the most common
European example. The blue glass talisman is not just Turkish tradition is has
also become a world know figure seen worn by many people, in forms of jewelry,
evil eye key chains, evil eye bracelets, necklaces and more.
One of Turkeys most famous and beautiful sites
to see this Turkish talisman is in Cappadocia and various other places where
trees are filled with this blue glass talisman. With its beautiful landscape
and mysterious caves the lucky eye trees an added touch to this Turkish town.
The evil Eye to this day is made by skilled
craftsmen utilizing the same practices that they have been created over 3000