THE EVIL EYE

The Evil Eye

The people of the world have many superstitions, but one in particular is shared by a number of cultures, especially those of the Mediterranean and Middle East: the evil eye. Traditions and beliefs surrounding the evil eye vary, but it is generally thought to stem from envy and malice toward prosperity and beauty. Thus, in many cultures, unguarded praise of one’s possessions or children is thought to invite misfortune. Who is typically thought to be most vulnerable to the evil eye? More… Discuss

 

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3 responses to “THE EVIL EYE

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  2. I am half Roman, half Sicilian. This stuff is real. I laugh at myself because I am still superstitious in spite of scientific impossibility.

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