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What is the meaning of Hamsa ?

The Hand – Hamsa, particularly the open right hand, is a sign of protection that also represents blessings, power, and strength, and is seen as potent in deflecting the evil eye.Historically and traditionally, it was most commonly carved in jet or formed from silver, a metal believed to represent purity and hold magical properties. It is also painted in red on the walls of houses for protection, or painted or hung on the doorways of rooms, such as those of an expectant mother or new baby. The hand can be depicted with the fingers spread apart to ward off evil, or as closed together to bring good luck.

Used to protect against evil eye, a malicious stare believed to be able to cause illness, death, or just general unluckiness, Hamsas often contain an eye symbol. Raising one’s right hand with the palm showing and the fingers slightly apart is part of this curse meant “to blind the aggressor.

Similar to the Western use of the phrase “touch wood,” a common expression in Israel is “Hamsa, Hamsa, Hamsa, tfu, tfu, tfu, “the sound for spitting, supposedly to spit out bad luck.

At the Mimouna, a North African Jewish celebration held after Passover, tables are laid with various symbols of luck and fertility, with an emphasis on the number “5,” such as five pieces of gold jewelry or five beans arranged on a leaf of pastry. The repetition of the number five is associated with the Hamsa amulet.

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