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Each amulet is handmade by authentic Romany crafter.


Comes in red, to ward off rivals in love; blue, to ward off psychic stress; green, to ward off threats to money; yellow, to ward off bad luck; orange, to ward off professional rivals.
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New Orleans Gypsy Mano Figa Amulets

The concept of the Evil Eye is universal and may have been transported through cultures with the movements of the Romany, or Gypsies, over the centuries. The Evil Eye is based on the belief that someone may be able to negatively influence another person or thing simply by looking at him or her. In some areas it is said you have been "overlooked" if you are affected by the Evil Eye; in Ireland, among Irish Travellers, the term is "blinked."

Spiritual people believe that certain rituals can bring them peace, protection and relieve them from stress. This could be hanging a dream catcher over their bed to catch bad omens for example, or wearing peace bracelets. But those who are not strongly connected to their third eye may prefer to relax with less spiritual ways, like taking a bath, playing foxy bingo or reading. However, for voodoo believers, many are fearful of the Evil Eye; myth has it that whoever has the evil eye can negatively influence another person simply by staring at them.


A glance from one with the Evil Eye may cause a cow to stop giving milk, chickens to stop laying eggs, a field to go barren, the failure of business or marriage, children to become ill, or even death.

The Kalderasi Gypsies of Albania wore bright blue beads which they painted with the likeness of an eye; these came in all shapes and sizes. All these were believed to turn back the evil upon the sender. The placement of the eye in the center of an open hand was a strong deterrent to evil sendings. The Italian Gypsies took to calling these amulets "Mano Figo" as they were similar to the popular amulets of ancient Rome that served the dual purpose of turning aside evil luck and aiding the fertility of the wearer.

Each Gypsy Mano Figo Amulet is a handmade, limited edition item offered exclusively by Bianca's House of Voodoo. Supplies are limited and going fast: Order yours TODAY!





 

 

 

 

 

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