More about Papa Gee’s Evil Eye Oil. The evil eye, or ayin ha’ra in Hebrew, is a traditional curse that is thought to be a malicious look that is delivered to someone when they are not aware of it. Its influence can result in everything from sickness and poverty to even death. There has been a long-standing fear of this curse, and various civilizations all over the world have their own distinctive beliefs and practices connected to it.
The evil eye emblem can be seen all around the Middle East and North Africa. It can be seen on jewelry, hanging in homes, and even fastened to animals to protect them from its curse. There are still many people who hang talismans and amulets that are said to fend against its effects; blue or green glass beads or medallions with pictures of an eye are said to be particularly potent in doing so. This custom has been practiced for many years and is still in use now.
In India, wearing armbands or bracelets made of black thread is supposed to help ward off the evil eye’s power. Ojos de diablo, or volcanic rock necklaces, are popular in several regions of Mexico (eye of the devil). Because clay crosses are associated with the Archangel Michael, who fought Satan himself, Peruvians believe that applying clay crosses to door frames will shield whoever lives inside from danger.
These preventative practices have strong spiritual foundations and may offer solace through trying times or psychological discomfort brought on by the conviction that a negative force is at work to harm one’s wellness. It is undeniable that superstition still has a significant impact on how many people behave unconsciously today when they come into contact with anything potentially dangerous—especially when someone stares at them for an extended period of time!
When a person wears or carries an evil eye with them, it guards against misfortune and protects from the cursing glare of someone giving you the “evil eye.” You can always make your own evil eye amulets with something as simple as beads. Use this oil to anoint all of your evil eye charms, jewelry and beads to give them added power. The oils can be used to anoint your door and window frames to keep harm out. Papa Gee’s oils are made for ritual, prayer, and spellwork and contain the living ingredients that were historically used for this magickal purpose.
Some ingredients include: alkanet, angelica, vetiver, lavender, tea tree, and other herbs and essential oils in a base of fractionated coconut oil.