Hamsa String Bracelet

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Hamsa String Bracelet

 The Red String Hamsa Bracelet celebrates the ancient symbol of the golden hand fixed with an all-seeing eye in the center of the palm. Dating back over two thousand years, the hieroglyphic hand known as the Hamsa hand is the universal symbol of protection. In Islam, it is known as the Hand of Fatima and in Judaism the Hand of Miriam. Hamsa comes from the word for five - a nod to the five senses that connect us with the world and the five fingers on our hand, each connecting to a different element and a different chakra.

“With this bracelet, I am safe in my own haven and tucked away from harm”

It is believed that those who keep the Hamsa symbol close are cloaked in protection and free from the mayhem of any misfortune brought. It is here to stop any negative energy from permeating your space and can keep you safe and sound and cocooned from the chaos of curses and the evil eye. This red string Hamsa hand bracelet is a gift of love, light, and protection. It keeps us balanced and in beautiful flux infusing us with the spirit of fire, the breath of air, the flow of water, the grounding grace of the earth, and the ethereal spirit.

The red string also pays homage to the kiss of the Kabbalah Bracelet. Throughout history, a red string has been worn to attract protection, courage, faith, and strength. It’s a symbol of good luck and in the ancient Hebrew texts, it was said that red string was wrapped seven times around the tomb of Rachel to infuse it with the holy spirit of safety.

In the modern world, people still knot the red string seven times and whisper the Kabbalah prayer as a sacred spell. The marriage of red string and the golden Hamsa amulet sits upon the wrist, keeping you glowing in the light of luck and free from the glare of negativity.

  • Gold plated Hamsa charm
  • Strung on durable red nylon chords
  • Adjustable pull construction
  • Fits wrist up to 8"
  • Comes with a description card

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With each purchase, you're providing children and their nursing mothers with adequate amounts of Vitamin A to protect them from VADD. Vitamin A Deficiency Disorder (VADD) is the number one cause of childhood blindness and a major cause of childhood death. Over 20 million children in India are at risk of having this preventable disease.

We know that you will love what you ordered but if something doesn't work out, we will gladly accept unwanted or defective merchandise for return or exchange within 30 days from the shipping date. Unless the item is defective, you will be responsible for shipping costs to send the item back to us. "Final Sale” means the specified items are not eligible for return or exchange. Items purchased outside of the United States are not eligible for returns due to customs issues.

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