The curse from â€śThe Evil Eyeâ€ť is a concept that goes back to ancient times, and is mentioned in both the Talmud and the Kabbalah. And, for as long as belief in the Evil Eye has existed, there has been evil eye jewelry designed to protect the wearer from its harmful efforts.
Online PR News – 04-May-2010 – – Yevgeni Kuritskiâ€™s Israeli-based online store, http://www.yourholylandstore.com, is now offering a new range of beautifully designed evil eye protection jewelry in styles ranging from traditional to contemporary.
â€śWhether you want protection from the evil eyeâ€™s harmful effects, or simply admire stylish, attractive jewelry, this line of jewelry offers something for everyone,â€ť Kuritski said.
The store offers products such as the evil eye necklace, evil eye pendant, kabbalah red string bracelet with evil eye, evil eye bracelet, and many other products.
The products are made in a variety of colors and finishes. There are enameled products in gold and silver, an evil eye bracelet with dangling charms, a blue evil eye protection necklace, and many other items.
Many of their items are designed by local Israeli artists, and are completely unique; they will not be found at any other store or on any other website. The owners of http://www.yourholylandstore.com also have personally designed many of the evil eye jewelry items on their website, which means that the purchaser will be wearing an item that is highly unusual and meaningful, not a chain-store or department store factory made piece of jewelry.
Popular sellers on the site include the Big Kabbalah Hand of God protection necklace, which is gold plated and ornately decorated. It can be accessorized with a matching protection Hand of God luck ring.
Many Kabbalah devotees wear red string bracelets and necklaces to ward off the evil eye. Kuritskiâ€™s new line of jewelry includes red string bracelets with attractively designed evil eye pendants.
â€śThe evil eye is a widely recognized concept; every ancient culture recognized it in one form or another, and sought protection against it in various forms,â€ť according to Kuritski. â€śOur traditional, high quality evil eye jewelry offers protection for the wearer, and at the same time is attractive is stylish, attractive and affordable.â€ť
Kuritski has paid special attention to the price of the items to ensure that everyone who needs protection from the curse of the Evil Eye can afford to do so, while still looking stylish and without ever sacrificing quality, materials, or workmanship.
The concept of the Evil Eye is especially widespread in Africa, in Mediterranean cultures, and in Middle Eastern cultures.
In some cultures, it is believed that making a certain statement such as â€śNo evil eye!â€ť can offer protection. In other cultures it is believed that making certain gestures will help to ward off the ill effects of the evil eye.
Paintings of the Evil Eye charm are used on some aircraft, on boats, and on other structures, to provide protection against this insidious curse.
The beauty of the jewelry sold on Kuritskiâ€™s website is that it works to protect the wearer and repel the curse of the evil eye in any culture, whether it be Turkish, Iranian, Israeli, etc.
That is one reason that the jewelry also makes an excellent gift - because it offers protection to oneâ€™s loved ones, no matter what religion or culture they come from. It is a perfect gift to give to oneâ€™s wife, husband, child, friend, sweetheart, or anyone that might need protection from the evil eye.
The motivation of those who cast the evil eye is believed to be envy of others. Those who use this curse are believed to have the power to cause severe harm, including sterility, poverty, bad luck, and death. Casting the evil eye is also believed to cause harm to those who do so, but for those who are consumed by envy and anger and malice, the fact that the curse will reflect back on them is apparently not a deterrent.
In some cultures, it is believed that wearing the jewelry will bend the evil gaze back upon he or she who cast the curse, and will completely protect the wearer.
Those seeking more information may visit http://www.yourholylandstore.com