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Evil Eye Protection Oil


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Evil Eye Protection Oil.


If you work with petty co-workers who are constantly talking about you behind your back or trying to undermine you, take credit for your work, or stab you in the back, this would be the perfect little secret weapon to turn their tricks around on them and make them stop their little games in their tracks.

Here in America, the Evil Eye means the maliciousness I've mentioned above. In other countries and cultures, such as Middle Eastern areas, the Evil Eye is something much more sinister.

The evil eye is a look that is superstitiously believed by many cultures to be able to cause injury or bad luck for the person at whom it is directed for reasons of envy or dislike. The term also refers to the power attributed to certain persons of inflicting injury or bad luck by such an envious or ill-wishing look. Some believe envy of the person with the evil eye can inflict unspeakable suffering on the envious subject.

The idea expressed by the term evil eye causes many cultures to pursue protective measures against it. The concept and how much significance it carries vary widely among different cultures, primarily the Middle East.


Belief in the evil eye is strongest in the Middle East, East and West Africa, Central America, South Asia, Central Asia, and Europe, especially the Mediterranean region; it has also spread to other areas, including northern Europe, particularly in the Celtic regions, and the Americas, where it was brought by European colonists and Middle Eastern immigrants. In Greece the Evil Eye talisman is called a Mati.

Attempts to ward off the curse of the evil eye has resulted in a number of talismans in many cultures. As a class, they are called “apotropaic” talismans, meaning that they turn away or turn back harm.

Disks or balls, consisting of concentric blue and white circles representing an evil eye are common apotropaic talismans in the Middle East, found on the prows of Mediterranean boats and elsewhere; in some forms of the folklore, the staring eyes are supposed to bend the malicious gaze back to the sorcerer.


A blue eye can also be found on some forms of the hamsa hand, an apotropaic hand-shaped talisman against the evil eye found in the Middle East. The word hamsa, also spelled khamsa and hamesh, means “five” referring to the fingers of the hand.
In Jewish culture, the hamsa is called the Hand of Miriam;

In some Muslim populated cultures, the hamsa is called the Hand of Fatima. However, it is considered a superstition to practicing or religious Muslims that any symbol or object protects against the evil eye. In Islam, only God can protect against the evil eye.

In most languages the word for evil eye translates literally into English as “bad eye,” “evil eye,” “evil look,” or just “the eye.” However, there are some variants on this general pattern around the world.


In the USA those who do not take the evil eye literally or seriously, either by reason of the culture in which they were raised or because they simply do not believe in such things, the phrase, “to give someone the evil eye” usually means simply to glare at the person in anger or disgust. No harm or evil is meant or implied.

I have actually been the victim of the Evil Eye. Once in America, once or twice in Pakistan. It caused me to be very paranoid, feeling like I was jumpy, seeing things out of the corner of my eye that weren't there, and one time even to suffer a bad anxiety attack while eating at a restaurant, and I began shaking and crying and was very upset and anxious and couldn't explain why. Before then, I didn't understand what was happening until a fellow witch explained it to me and I learned how I could protect myself and help others. I was told that people are more vulnerable to attack while they are eating.  This is true with other types of magick, as well.  I also learned to not let others see your talisman.  In the Middle East, this is very powerful Muslim Magick used against people when someone is envious of what they have or think that Allah should not have blessed someone with something and they believe they should have your blessings for themselves. At least, this is how it was explained to me while I was in Islamabad.

So, when I returned home and had access to my herbs and oils, I created this formula to help protect myself and others. It has a lot of powerful protective ingredients in it, which I never disclose. But I can tell you the fragrance is amazing and includes in part: Angelica root essential oil, Lavender essential Oil, Black Pepper Essential Oil,Eand much more.

If you think you have been the victim of the Evil Eye or to protect yourself from it, use this oil on yourself, your home, or on vigil candles for you, you family, and home, or candles representing you.  I would also highly recommend taking a cleansing purification bath, and smudging your home with something powerfully clearing such as my Exorcism blend.




About my oils:

Add a few drops to an oil burner or wax lamp. My oils make an excellent aromatherapy tool for meditating on your goals and desires. The oil you receive will be made especially for you when you order.

Many of the formulas that I use are old tradional Hoodoo condition oil recipes, some even very rare with hard-to-find ingredients, and some are my own formula, blended according to the carefully researched metaphysical properties of the herbs and roots. I study and practice Hoodoo and New Orleans Voodoo, and have collected hundreds of oil recipes from various sources over the years.

I use only the finest herbs, roots, curios, and essential oils. Carrier oils can vary depending upon the formula and can include any of the following: Sunflower Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Avacado Oil, Clear Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Palm Oil, Mineral Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Fractionated Coconut Oil, and Camelina Oil. Please test a small area on your skin first for allergy purposes. For external use only.  The bottles I use are clear glass and are boston rounds that are fairly durable thick glass and have a heavy feel to them.  So, they will last a long time, as will your oil; I use a few drops of Vitamin E oil in each bottle for freshness so your oil will last.


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