BOZEN EYE and fatima hand

BOZEN EYE and fatima hand

How does the evil eye work?

Evil eye works differently from traditional magic,

because it rests on the belief that damage and misfortune can be inflicted simply by a glance,

without any deliberate or conscious intention.

This phenomenon is based on the idea that certain individuals possess a natural ability to cause harm and disaster,

simply by looking at someone or something.

Among individuals, some exhibit this characteristic to a greater extent than their counterparts.

Moreover, they are currently alive.


The concept that any jealous or mocking look inherently causes unhappiness,

can affect a person's happiness.


The idea that verbal communication emphasises the detrimental aspects of a particular subject's existence.

The negative consequences of disapproval can exacerbate existing problems,

and there are also costs involved.

An individual's Zen has the potential to cause unhappiness,

especially when young children are involved.

Children are vulnerable to the evil gaze.

That is why it is inappropriate.


Expressing the pure beauty of a child without being overprotective.

What is the mechanism behind its functionality?

The evil gaze possesses the ability to operate in two different areas: admiration and hostility.

When directed in admiration,

it simply manifests itself as an excessive look of exuberant joy,

devoid of any malicious intent to take away wealth.


It is important to note that in these cases the evil eye is not necessarily intentional.

However, envy and the evil eye share a common thread of cultivating contempt and dislike,

causing feelings of resentment towards beauty,

achievements or prosperity of someone else are fuelled.

It is within this domain that the malicious gaze usually fixes its attention.

The act of casting the evil gaze can be done either intentionally or without consciousness.

This is why everyone has the potential to possess the power of the evil eye.

It can manifest in anyone,

even among those who are pious,

because the origin lies in the can itself.


One person may have a stronger influence than another if he or she harbours feelings of envy,

but not every jealous individual possesses the evil eye.

Because the concept of jealousy covers a wider scope and the evil eye is more specific,

involves seeking protection from jealousy also protection from the evil eye.


What is the reason behind the blue colour of the evil eye?

The prevailing and widely recognised symbol of protection,

well-being and positive energy is the commonly known blue Turkish eye.

This powerful talisman serves as a shield against misfortune and the evil gaze and provides a sense of security.

Moreover, it represents,


when decorated in a serene sky blue hue,

truthfulness and purity and offers immediate and unwavering protection.

The origin of the Hand of Fatima can be traced back to its purpose of protecting against the evil eye.

The origin of the symbol with the raised hand remains a mystery,

because it is associated with different traditions.

The hand of Fatima has several meanings,

depending on the culture.


It is recognised as the hand of Fatima in Islam,

representing Mohammed's daughter,

and as the hand of Miriam in Judaism,

symbolising the prophetess and Mary, the mother of Jesus.

In Islam, Judaism and Christianity, the hand is attributed to women who exemplify motherhood and education.

It is also possible that the Hand predates these religions and was linked to ancient fertility goddesses such as Ishtar, Tanit and Astarte.

The Hamsahand has significance in both Hinduism and Buddhism.

In Buddhism and Hinduism, the Hamsahand takes on a distinct meaning.

It symbolises the intricate interplay of energy within the body's chakras,

while also embodying the essence of the five senses and the mudras.
The symbol of the hand of Fatima has significance in both Judaism and other cultures.

The significance of the number for Jews is directly related to the number of holy books in the Torah.

Moreover, it corresponds to the fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, 'heh', which is of great importance as a symbol representing God to the Jewish community.

The appearance of the Hamsa can be described as follows.


In Islam, the Hamsahand has a distinct meaning that distinguishes it from its interpretations in other religions such as Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism.

The versatile nature of this promising hand gives rise to its ever-changing appearance.

The Jewish hand of Miriam, for example, shows an ordinary human hand,

decorated with engraved Torah texts.

On the other hand, Fatima's hand shows perfect symmetry and does not possess one,

but about two thumbs up!

The Hamsa hand can be worn up or down.
The Hamsa can be recognised by its distinctive appearance.

In Islam, the Hamsahand has a distinct meaning compared to its significance in Judaism,

Buddhism and Hinduism.

Because of its versatile nature, the happy hand takes different forms.

Miriam's Jewish interpretation shows a simple human hand decorated with engraved Torah texts.

On the other side, Fatima's hand shows symmetry, with two thumbs.

The Hamsa hand can be worn both up and down.

The amulet known as the Nazar

The fingers are decorated with intricate henna designs and show delicate lines, while the palm typically features a vibrant blue Nazar.

This protective amulet, known as nazar boncuk or nazar boncuğu in Turkish, is shaped like an eye and is deeply rooted in Turkish folklore.

Its purpose is to make the evil look,


also known as the evil eye,

repel. According to many people, individuals with striking blue eyes are believed to be prone to misfortune,

but the Nazar serves as their shield.

This powerful talisman can be found all over the Middle East and is also called the Eye of Fatima.

The reason behind the presence of two thumbs on Fatima's hand is still a mystery.

According to an Islamic story, Fatima was preparing porridge when her husband Ali came home,

accompanied by a new wife.

The sudden revelation left Fatima in shock,


causing her to let go of the spoon she had been stirring with.

Overwhelmed by confusion, she continued cooking the porridge with her hand directly in the pan.

Miraculously, she came out of the ordeal unscathed,

albeit with an extra thumb.

Devotees interpret this event as divine protection granted by Allah. Consequently, it may become customary to extend a hand over the stove as a symbol of protection.

Symbolic protection is provided by the Hamsa hand, which serves as a powerful symbol.

The goal of Hamsa Hands is to protect against evil forces.

The palm serves as a universal symbol of caution.

Who wants to invite negative energy?

In the centre of a Fatima hand, you will often find an Eye or a blue Nazar,

which possesses the ability to identify and repel all evil things.

By the way, the reason Nazar signs are blue,

is due to the association of this colour with integrity and truthfulness.

In cases where a black eye is missing,

these hands often feature gemstones or other decorations in the same shade.

Very functional!


The representation of peace is symbolised by the Hamsahand,

and that's why it has such significance.
The Hamsa creates, through its ability to ward off negativity,

room for positivity.

It is widely regarded as a symbol of fertility,

friendship and peace.

Moreover, the Hamsa's open hand signifies transparency and honesty,

promoting loyalty and genuine support.

Interestingly, it bears resemblance to the Ahimsa symbol in Hinduism,

which represents non-violence through an open hand gesture. It is remarkable how much depth and meaning can be conveyed through a simple symbol.

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