Hamsa Hand Symbology

Hamsa Hand
Hamsa Hand

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Eye Symbology - crystalinks.com
The eyes are the windows to the soul. The eye is a lens which allows us to see and become consciously aware of our experience in third dimension. The eye has a pupil. We are pupils/students in a university experiencing through the lens of time - virtual reality.

Academic Eye in Hand site
Text & pictures of the Eye in the Hand - a religious icon of Native American, Asian and Middle-Eastern cultures.

Hamsa - wikipedia.org
Hamsa, also romanized khamsa, is an Arabic word that literally means "five", but also the five fingers of the hand. It is also known as the hand of Fatima, commemorating Fatima Zahra, the daughter of the Prophet Muhammad.

Hamsa Meaning
Why hamsa jewelry is so popular? What is the meaning of Hamsa Hand or Hand of Fatima? Where does hamsa orginate?

The eye-in-hand is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the evil eye.


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Jewish Bazaar: Hamsa Wall Decorations
For centuries the Hamsa has been used as a symbol of Good luck. Originating in the middle east the Hamsa represents G-d's protective hand and the blue eye on it shields its owner from the curse of the evil eye. The Hamsa's positive energy draws happiness, riches and health.

Hamsa Hand - Judaica Mall
The Hamsa Hand itself has been used for centuries as a symbol of protection against evil and is known in Jewish lore as the “Hand of Miriam”. Of ancient Middle Eastern origin, the Hamsa represents G-d's protective hand.