We have all worn a bracelet with a Blue Turkish Eye at one time or another, but...
Do we really know what the Turkish Eye is and what it is used for?
Discover the meaning of the Turkish eye, and wear it with you in pendants and bracelets as a protective amulet. Although a blue eye comes to mind, there are more colors, and each one will protect you in a different aspect of your life.
Turkish eye: What is it and what is it for?
The Turkish eye is a symbol of protection and good luck that has been used for centuries in many different cultures and religions. It is a decorative object that can be found in a wide variety of forms, from amulets to jewelry.
Also known as the "blue eye" or "lucky eye", it is believed to protect its wearer from envy and bad energy. Tradition says that the Turkish eye can trap and deflect bad energy, thus preventing harm to the wearer.
The popular meaning of the Turkish eye is that it possesses protective properties. It is said to protect against the evil eye, envy and bad luck, and to bring good luck and happiness to its owner.
In Turkish culture it is believed that its presence in the home or on clothing can bring good fortune and protection. The Turkish eye is also found in many other cultures, including Greek, Egyptian, Hindu, Hebrew and others. In some of them, the Turkish eye is believed to be a reminder that there is always someone watching and protecting, and in others, it is attributed a magical power that helps to achieve wishes.
The blue Turkish eye is one of the most common forms of this symbol, but it can also be found in other colors, such as green and brown. The meaning of the color varies by culture, but in general blue is associated with protection and serenity.
2. Turkish eye: Origin
The Turkish eye, also known as "blue eye" or "eye of Horus", is an amulet of Turkish origin that has been used for centuries as a symbol of protection and good luck. Its origin is believed to date back to ancient Egyptian mythology, where it was associated with Horus, the god of heaven and war. In Egyptian mythology, it was believed that Horus lost an eye in a fight against Set, his uncle and enemy, but his eye was restored by the god Thoth. Since then, the eye of Horus became a symbol of healing, protection and good luck.
The Turkish eye is a symbol recognized around the world and has become an important part of Turkish culture. It is commonly used as a pendant or a keychain, and has the ability to protect the wearer from envy and bad luck. In addition, it is also thought to attract good fortune and prosperity.
This amulet is composed of several elements, including an iris, a pupil and radiating stripes that represent protection. There are many different interpretations of the elements of this symbol, but it is generally believed that each of them has a specific meaning. For example, the iris represents sight, while the pupil represents knowledge.
3. Turkish Eye: Meaning according to its color
The Turkish eye is represented as a circle with an iris and a pupil inside, which can be of different colors. The color of the Turkish eye is important and each of them has a different meaning.
The blue Turkish eye is the most common and is considered a symbol of protection, good health and good energies. It is considered a powerful amulet that protects against bad luck and the evil eye. It is also found in sky blue, and its symbolizes truth and purity, offering direct protection.
The green Turkish eye is associated with prosperity and hope. It is said to help attract good fortune and personal growth.
The red Turkish eye brings power and determination in love, passion and desire. It is the color of energy.
The purple Turkish eye symbolizes nobility, creativity and wisdom.
The yellow Turkish eye, like the color of the sun, symbolizes strength and vitality; it is the color of protection in physical and mental health.
The black Turkish eye symbolizes inner strength and power. The Turkish eye in this color is known to bring serenity.
4. Turkish Eye Jewelry
In our jewelry we can not miss our Turkish Eye, as an amulet to carry with us in our day to day and to bring us good luck.
Now that you know all about the Turkish Eye, its meaning, origin and the variety of its colors, do you know which Turkish Eye to take with you to protect you?
Find in Lavani many other and that can also be your amulet, such as our pendant The Sacred.