Evil Eye in Hoodoo Tradition

🧿 Indigo/ Hoodoo Blue Water Recipe 🧿

*Bowl/ Glass of Clean Water (2-4 cups)

*Anil Balls (1-3)

*Florida Water (1/4 cup)

*Camphor (1-3)

 

Directions:

Blend ingredients and place around home or business. Change water every week.

 

Uses:

*Spiritual purification

*Repels evil spirits

*Cleanses and blesses

*Eliminates intrusive spirits (alive or dead)

*Heavy protection

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The Evil Eye or al-ayn (simply “the eye” in Arabic) is a curse that is said to cause harm in varying degrees, from miniscule annoyances, to making one’s fortune dissolve, to igniting a string of bad luck—whatever that entails. It is said that one gets the Evil Eye by way of another person’s glare, praises, or compliments, whether ill-intentioned or not. A person can even give themselves the curse by acting without humility. For example, stubbornly refusing your aunts’ wisdom as you brag about your impeccable immune system is a solid way to curse yourself into getting sick, I can attest. Giving yourself the Evil Eye can even happen without the presence of others. A woman who stares in the mirror admiring her perfect skin one day might find she’s given herself the Evil Eye when she wakes up the next morning to a fresh breakout across her forehead.

Belief in the curse dates back at least 5,000 years to the Sumerians of the Euphrates Valley, though historians have found cave drawings up to 10,000 years old in Spain and amulets from 3,300 BC Syria that they believe were used to ward off the Evil Eye. Like all traditions, belief in the Evil Eye and what it entails differs from region to region, but its existence in cultures across oceans, religions, and millennia is remarkable. (Vice.com)

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