Belief in the evil eye dates back to Ancient Greek and Roman Empire. The negative energy arise suddenly from a person who is intentionally or unintentionally jealous or envy to the other one.
Moreover to Greek and Roman, many cultures, including the Egyptian, Mesopotamian, and Celtic people, truly believed that an individual had the power to bring misfortune and suffering to another person simply by looking at them in a malevolent way.
The Evil Eye is a curse or legend believed to be transmitted through a malicious glare, usually one inspired by envy to a person when they are unaware.
It is a common belief that individuals, especially with blue eyes and green eyes have the power to look at people, animals or objects to cause them harm.
In about 250 AD, The Ancient Greek Poet, Heliodorus of Emesa writes, “When any one looks at what is excellent with an envious eye he fills the surrounding atmosphere with a pernicious quality, and transmits his own envenomed exhalations into whatever is nearest to him.
Who is most affected from the Evil Eye
The influence of an evil eye is a fact, and It is believed that especially children, pregnant women or animals are the most easily affected by the evil eye. They should be more careful than others! Moreover, Everyone and all animals might be a victim of the Evil eye.
The typical target of an evil eye curse is someone who is more fortunate than others or who seems to be overflowing in luck. Successful people are often the subject of jealousy and envy, today as much as in ancient times.
Don't underestimate the harm that The Evil eye can cause--learn how to protect yourself and be smart about it.
The most common idea that the blue bead will destroy this energy by pulling on to itself.