Hamsa – the Hand of God – is worn in many cultures to protect against evil spirits, demons, the evil eye. This Hamsa was handmade in Morocco and features Life Spirals on front and reverse side. The cobalt blue enamel is in excellent condition. The center Coral is an old cabochon and is set in an unusual scalloped bezel. The Life Spiral is believed to represent the travel from the inner life to the outer soul or higher spirit forms; the concept of growth, expansion, and cosmic energy.
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 (OR VULVA, IN OTHER IMAGES) WARDS OFF THE EVIL EYE.
Process: Hang This Charm Infront of your Main Door or hang it on main door so that whenever there is any spell casted on you it will broke that spell and protects you when you see its broken then replace it with a New One