Gold plated Amulets - 14 carats
Beautiful 14k Gold plated Talismans in a protective envelope. Carry these with you for success, protection, money, good luck, etc...
Star of David & Eye of the Lord7
For protection and special requests. Price: 24 euro
According to the tradition, this talisman leads to you the money or the bargains. It is good to oil it with the magic oil " Money Drawing ". Price: 39 euro
Increase your chances of winning a gambling game by carrying this Pendant. This gambling amulet allows the user to enhance the probability of getting better results when playing the lottery, card games, betting, and other games of chance.. Price: 39 euro
Holy Cross of Tenerife
This cross will be used to protect oneself from evil forces. Price: 39 euro
A two sided piece for happiness and good luck. Price: 24 euro
Star of David with Mazzuzah
For house blessings . Price:24 euro
4 Leaf Clover
This is an uncommon variation of the common three-leaf clover. Children have often looked for four-leaf clovers, which, according to tradition, bring good luck to their finders.. Price: 39 euro
This mascot should help you to realize your wish. During nine days, take it with you (even in your bath) and put it below your pillow at night. The tenth day, throw your mascot in a river. Price: 39 euro
Cross & Eye of the Lord
Devotion to Lord Jesus in his revelatory and loving form . Price: 39 euro
Sceal of Venus
Amulet for love and a happy marriage. The design is from The Key of Solomon, from the section entitled "Magic Secret for making Oneself Beloved". According to the text, it will "force the spirit of Venus to obey" Price: 39 euro
Cross of Caravaca
Suitable for hanging in place of business or on rear-view mirror in car; said to grant wishes and to protect against fevers. Price: 39 euro
Caridad Del Cobre
Virgin of compassion, guardian against evil, an aid to those who seek peace. Price: 29 euro
This amulet against evil eye is very typical in Middle East. You can find it all over Middle East: women use it as a bracelet, earring or necklace; Turkish people use it hanged in their house, office and also at their car, also babies have it hanged in their cloths. It should be mainly blue and look like an eye. There are very different sizes but the shape is usually round. The Turkish name for this amulet that protects one from the evil eye is nazar boncuk.
But what is behind this turkish superstition? Once upon a time ... there was a rock by the sea that even with the force of a hundred men and a lot of dynamite couldn't be moved or cracked. There was also a man in this town by the sea, who was known to carry the evil eye (Nazar). After much effort and endeavor, the town people brought the man to the rock, and the man, upon looking at the rock said, "My God ! What a big rock !" The instant he said it, there was a rip, roar and crack, and instantly the immense and impossible rock was found to be cracked in two.
The force of the evil eye (nazar) is a widely accepted and feared element in Turkish daily life. As an example of this fear let us tell you another story... A woman gives birth to a healthy child with pink cheeks, all the neighbors come and see the baby. They shower the baby with compliments, commentating especially on how healthy and chubby the baby is. After getting so much attention weeks later the baby gets ill. No explanation can be found for his illness. It is described as "Nazar". Compliments made to a specific body part can result in "Nazar". That's why nearly every Turkish mother fixes with a safety pin this small amulet on the child's clothes. Once this amulet is found cracked, it means it has protected the baby and immediately a new one has to replace it.
So the idea is to protect yourself, your house, your office or the beloved ones.The Nazar amulet can be seen dangling from the bumpers of taxi cabs, pinned to the clothes of babies, built into the foundation of modern office buildings, guarding the doorways of kebap houses and in websites. If you want to use it in your house you should hang it in the entrance of the house, so any visitor will see it. If you want to wear, the most common one is a small amulet that can be hanged on your cloth, or your bag. Also you will find bracelet, earring or necklaces in different forms and shapes to be used. Turkish people believe that with the evil eye amulet you will be protected and all the bad energy will be directed to the amulet and it will brake. No bad energy will reach you since you are protected with the amulet of nazar boncuk. Have you just had a new child? Bought a new car? Built a new office building? Worried that your "friends" and others are filled with envy about your good fortune? The protection of the Nazar is used for anything new or likely to attract praise. The belief is that even well-intentioned compliments include a conscious or unconscious dose of envy and resentment. The bead reflects the evil intent back to the onlooker. It somewhat resembles an eye and it is said the typical blue color is a factor in protecting the user.
Silver Nazar Eye: 19 euro
Golden Nazar Eye: 14 euro
This extraordinary combination of prayers, religious symbols and cabalistic magic aims to strengthen love, to favor allegiance, to take away the rivals or the rivals and to prolong this love as long as possible.
The complete Set include:
- a natural cord
- a "male head" medal
- a "female head" medal
- St Anthony statue
- Ste Martha statue
- three Holy Cross
- a heard with a sword
- a notice in English
Price: 49 euro
Alligator Tooth is considered by many as a lucky charm because it is believed that this fearsome reptile draws good luck in money matters and brings in the winnings in games of chance like cards, slots, keno, the racetrack, the lottery, and bingo.
Like the well-known Rabbit Foot, Lucky Hand Root, Alligator Foot, and Badger Tooth - all used as gambling charms - the lucky alligator tooth is often anointed with oil. It is said that as the alligator tooth is being "dressed", the 23rd Psalm should be recited. Prix: 29 euro
The most powerful cabbalistic symbol to protect the wearer against evil and harm. Price: 24 euro
Model 1: Golden or silvered. 5/8" diameter. Price: 9 euro
Model 2: Golden or silvered Price: 19 euro
Deluxe Pentagram:Large, heavy-weight, intertwined pentagram; double-sided with decorative markings on both sides. Approx. 2"3/4 diam. Click here Price: 39 euro
Pentagram of Solomon
Removes troubles from your personal life. Be at peace with your husband, children, relatives and friends. Price: 24 euro
This pure earthy metal will attract good luck. Also help you with business deals and gambling. Carry pendant in a green cloth bag. Anoint pendant with Money Drawing oil and do not let anyone touch it. Price: 6 euro
The possessor of this talisman is said to be protected from all evil and gossip. Price: 29 euro
A hexagram is a six pointed star composed of two overlapped triangles, found in use by a number of faiths and cultures. Outside of the cross and the swastika, the hexagram is one of the oldest and most universal spiritual symbols.
It is associated with the Biblical Solomon, known as the Star of David in the Jewish religion.
In Ritual Magick, the hexagon is called the Seal of Solomon, and represents Divine Union, being composed of a female, watery triangle, and a male, fiery triangle. The traditional elemental triangles of earth, air, water, and fire are derived from the seal.
When the points of a hexagram are connected, a hexagon is formed. Kabbalistically, the hexagram represents the Sefirah Tifaret, perfection.
Price: 6 euro
The lucky elephant charm is a deliberate bit of cultural exoticism found in America and Europe. Historically linked to to the era of British colonialism in India, it entered popular culture folk-magic during the late 19th century and probably reached its apotheosis in the 1930s, when lucky elephant charms and knick-knacks were all the rage in the United States, Canada, and Europe. In semi precious stone. Price: 7 euro
The hamsa hand (Arabic) or hamesh hand (Hebrew) is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. The words hamsa and hamesh mean "five" and refer to the digits on the hand. An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima, in reference to the daughter of Mohammed. An alternative Jewish name for it is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to the sister of Moses and Aaron.
The hamsa hand appears both in a two-thumbed, bilaterally symmetrical form, as shown, and in a more natural form in which there is only one thumb. There is good archaeological evidence to suggest that the downward-pointing protective hamesh / hamsa hand predates both Judaism and Islam and that it refers to an ancient Middle Eastern goddess whose hand wards off the evil eye.
Money Frog (also called Three Legged Toad or Frog or "Chan Chu") is the most significant symbol of prosperity in Feng Shui. It is linked to the moon and associated with monetary gain, wealth and good health. Chinese legends had said Money Frog was the wife of one of the the Eight Immortals. She was being punished for stealing the peach from the heaven. Naturally greedy, she craves for money and wherever people see a Three Legged Frog, there is a bed of money surrounding it. For generations since ancient China, this mythical Money Frog is one of the chinese holy creatures that protects against misfortune and brings to household bigger enrichment in wealth. We're talking about creating abundance in wealth for serious Feng Shui practitioners. Price: 16 euro
Imperial Golden King Money Frog Deluxe
This is an Imperial Golden King Money Frog that is large and heavy. Made of high quality earth material, it suits perfectly the use in Period 8 because earth energy rules the period. This product will be an envy for your peers. The Money Frog is depicted sitting on a bed full of wealth, treasures and ingots. It has a crown on its head to represent its throne and right behind the throne is a bagua. The bagua is an extremely potent symbol in feng shui, especially in Period 8 because it is eight sided. There are 7 northern stars on its back and its eyes are dotted with two ruby colored jewels. Its mouth is biting the Ching Dynasty coin to make it an extremely potent wealth energizer.
Note: The study of Feng Shui does not encourage large gambling that could lead to the disharmony of family and bankruptcy. However, a few dollars used to buy lottery for fun in hope of large returns and other means of small betting that would not harm the financial status would be fine. We also advise that investment in share markets must be within our own means and under strict control. Borrowing money to gamble should be avoided at all times and by all means.
What Wealth Coin symbolizes and how to place the object?
This coin has a history dated back to Ming Dynasty. The yang side had characters which indicate "an ounce of gold" and "big leap of advancement made by the horse". It is simply meant to magnify speculative and gambling luck.
The coins must be made of fine metal such as brass or bronze, which are strong and elegant. Some versions are made of resin and brittle in nature, try not to get those version because they lack in metal energy.
The Weath coin is a speculative luck magnifier:
1. Carry one either along with you when you go out or hang in the car to ensure you are always being filled with speculative luck and never a long term loser.
2. Hang the amulet inside your maindoor's doorknobs or bedroom's doorknobs to make sure everytime your door is opened the speculative luck enters your space.
3. Place the lock coin together with your lottery tickets, share certificates etc to increase chances of getting good gains.
Price: 6 euro or 16 euro set of 3
The "strings" of Devil's Shoestrings are not string-like at all, rather they are long and flexible, sort of like rattan or honeysuckle vine, only they are roots, not canes. The big ones are smooth and thicker than pencils; the little ones are wiry and thin, like St. John's wort roots. In old oral histories of hoodoo, some folks call them "twigs," because they somewhat resemble sucker growth on a fruit tree ... only without the leaf-buds. Many spells call for nine pieces, so when buying, you should try to get nine pieces that match in size and length, no matter whether they are thick or thin.
Devil's Shoestrings are used for protection, to "trip up the Devil" or "hobble" him so he can't get in a house. They are also carried for gambling luck and for job-getting. Some folks drive them into the ground around the front door or place a bundle of them above the door lintel or mantelpiece. In past days, it was not uncommon for folks to wear an ankle-bracelet made with nine pieces of Devil's Shoestring and a silver dime to prevent being "poisoned through the feet" by stepping in Goofer Dust. I put them in several of my formulas, such as Law Keep Away, which is traditional, and i sell them in nine-packs for use as gambling charms and to stick in the ground to keep evil people off the path or to tie around the ankle to protect from being crossed or goofered.
Price: 16 euro
Good fortune will smile on you if you carry a four leaf clover. The four leaf clover (a highly magickal plant and a powerful amulet of Irish origin) is believed to be the most powerful of all natural amulets and is especially favorable for persons born under the astrological signs of Cancer and Pisces. It was sacred to the Trinity, and was used by the ancient Druids as a charm against evil and to attain clairvoyant powers. Price: 9 euro
Guatemalan Worry Doll
Worry dolls, or trouble dolls, are very small dolls originally made in Guatemala. A person (usually a child) who cannot sleep due to worrying can express their worries to a doll and place it under their pillow before going to sleep.
According to folklore, the doll is thought to worry in the person's place, thereby permitting the person to sleep peacefully. The person will wake up without their worries, which have been taken away by the dolls during the night.
The dolls are handmade using wood or wire as a frame, cotton fabric and thread for clothing and cardboard for its body and face, although they can be made from clay. Worry dolls are often sold as a fair trade item. Worry dolls are now part of Guatemalan culture and are very popular.
Prix: 5 euro
BARBUELIS: From the 6th and 7th Books of Moses; makes one master of all arts and knowledge; inspires the possessor to dominate others.
SCHEMHAMPHORAS: Will bring you big financial success and success in your work.
SEAL OF LOVE: Carry this seal to be loved but also to amplify this love.
SEAL OF POWER: it allows to keep or to restore health.
SEAL OF SPIRITS : Will allow you to have in any circumstances the help of good spirits. With this seal, you will not be alone anymore, good and compassionate spirits will be there ready to help you.
CROWNED SERPENT: Symbol of Power, Force and Domination.
SEAL OF MAGIC: This seal of the Magic has been specially made to bring a magic help to the realization of wishes, desires or demands.
Price: 9 euro each
The Magician Will be used to obtain success, to find the ideas which lead to the success.
The Lover: Will help you to find real love, to choose and not to doubt any more. It will strengthen confidence in you and will chase away shyness.
Wheel of Fortune: Will bring you wished changes and improvement of professional or domestic situations.
Strengh: Will allow you to control events, to have superiority on others in case of quarrel.
The Moon: Will be of a big help for all businesses.
The Fool: It will be a big help to artists and to all that need to innovate.
Price: 4 euro each
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