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"LIVE THE MOMENT" FANCY JASPER BRACELET WITH TIBETAN TURQUOISE SKULLThe human skull has long been used as a symbol, but for many different things. It has different meaning in different cultures and perhaps not only in the ways you might imagine. Yes, it is fair to say that a skull is often a symbol of death and sometimes as a warning such as on toxic products. However it does have multiple meaning across history and in cultures today.

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Posted in Unique Gift Ideas By Tom

Hamsa And Evil Eye Amulets

1/14/13 5:25 AM

Evil Eye Protection Hamsa Hand Belief in the negative powers of the Evil Eye and various amulets and protective charms against it has been around almost as long as the human race. Virtually every country, language, and religion has definitions pertaining to the evil eye's power to cause all types of misfortunes and even death. Dating back even before ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians and Mesopotamians, amulets to protect people against being 'cursed' by the evil eye have been excavated in the ruins of these societies, and are still very much desired by people today. These charms are particularly popular in African and Middle Eastern cultures, with evil protective amulets not only worn by people on their person, but also mounted near the inside entrance of their homes as well.

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Posted in Unique Gift Ideas By Joel

Pewter Amulet Gifts

1/14/13 4:35 AM

Pewter AmuletPewter is a metal alloy, traditionally 85%-90% Tin and 1% - 4% Copper, with the addition of lead for the lower grades. Physically, pewter is a bright, shiny metal that is very similar in appearance to silver, like silver, pewter will also oxidize to a dull gray over time if left untreated. Pewter is a very soft metal, enough to carve with hand tools. Use of pewter was common from the Middle Ages up until the various developments in glass making during the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Posted in Unique Gift Ideas By Tom

Amulets And Talisman

1/14/13 4:21 AM

Evil Eye protection Hamsa Hand An amulet, from amuletum, meaning " an object-that protects a person from trouble" or Talisman, from Arabic Tilasm, or from the Greek word "Talsin" which means "to initiate into the mysteries", and consists of any object intended to bring good luck and protection to its owner. Two of the most popular amulets for protection and success are the Horseshoe and Hamsa Hand. Amulets vary considerably according to their time and place of origin, religious objects commonly serve as amulets in different societies, be it the figure of God or simply some symbol representing the deity (such as the cross for Christians, or the "eye of hours" for the ancient Egyptians).

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Posted in Unique Gift Ideas By Tom
Opal Gems & Amulet Jewelry
The name Opal probably is derived from the Sanskrit name for precious stone; upala. The stone was originally mined from area now within the Czech Republic by the Romans.

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