Kabbalah Red String Hamsa Bracelet

$9.99$14.99

This powerful Kabbalah Red String Hamsa Bracelet will bring you lots of good luck and protect you against all that is evil. Hamsa Hand bracelets are used to ask God’s blessing, happiness, luck...

Variant: 1 Hamsa Charm

  • 1 Hamsa Charm
  • 2 Three Evil eyes
  • 3 Flat Evil Eye
  • 4 Round Evil Eye
  • 5 Flat Evil Eye
  • 6 Round Evil Eye
  • 7 Hamsa
  • 8 Evil For Kids Baby
$14.99$29.99

Description

This powerful Kabbalah Red String Hamsa Bracelet will bring you lots of good luck and protect you against all that is evil.

Hamsa Hand bracelets are used to ask God’s blessing, happiness, luck and good fortune.

Wearing Red String bracelet around your wrist is a tradition which comes from Kabbalah but it can be also found in Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity.

In Kabbalistic tradition red color is a symbol of courage, bravery, blood and protection against misfortune brought about by the 'Evil Eye'.
'Evil Eye' is a symbol of a person who looks at you with a negative energy and jealousy.

Hamsa Hand symbolises Hand of God and people wear it with hand facing down or facing up form. They are worn for good luck and to have the blessing of God for protection against all that is evil.

This Kabbalah Red String Hamsa Bracelet features:

- Handmade by Buddhist artisans
- Weight 10g
- Adjustable Size
- Made out of quality materials with silver plated Hamsa Hand charm

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