You tripped over the cat as you rushed out the door; you fell to your knees on the gravel driveway and had to go back into the house to put a plaster on one of them. After dealing with copious amounts of blood, late for work, you, leap into the car and turn your key to start the engine which is as “dead as a dodo”. Being a fairly sensible dude, you opt to take the tube to work; only when you get to the station, you are informed there is a tube strike. You rush into the street, by this time cursing the Gods, to hail a taxi; unfortunately everyone in town seems to have the same idea. You walk to work, it starts to pour with rain, and you get mugged on a street corner. By the time you have been to the police station, it is lunch time. When you walk into the office your boss is waiting for you, he gives you your cards.
In Albanian it is “Syni Keq”, in Greek it is “Vaskania”, in Hebrew “Ayin hara”, in Italian “Malocchio”, in Turkish “Nasar” and in Spanish “Mal de Ojo” in other words the Evil Eye is alive and well. Evil Eyes occur when someone pays you a compliment and yet hates your guts. They said you were handsome, successful and clever but in their “heart of hearts” they are pea green with jealousy. In fact, according to the Italians, compliments are very dangerous, especially if from competitive colleagues or two faced friends.
Another type of “Evil Eye” deal is someone saying nasty things behind your back. In such a case you have no way of defending yourself, and are left vulnerable with a sort of free floating anxiety, somehow you “sense” not all is well in the “State of Denmark.” In such cases the Evil Eye syndrome reaches you with cramps in your stomach, sudden anxiety attacks and feelings of not being up to scratch. Feeling great one minute and within a second contemplating suicide you lose hope as the keys get lost, a tooth falls out, your cat disappears, your girl friend walks out, you cheer for the losing side, and things start going very, very wrong.
The perpetuator of the eye might be unaware that they are sending it to you, in other words they hate you unconsciously. But some folks do actually hire Black Magic folk to forward a biggie Evil Eye to muck up someone’s life. It is not a very happy state of affairs, and a lot of faith, trust and a great deal of positive thinking is necessary to get over it.
If you do feel someone has sent you the “Eye”, they probably have. If you want to be sure however, go to a psychic and get the oil process done. This entails poking a pin into oil drops to see if they split and if they do you have the “Eye”. You could also try wearing red underpants and a protective talisman. The talisman can be created by an experienced spiritual worker or healer.
The Romans are very superstitious folk and tend to go in for phallic style ornaments, or the famous “little red horn” that they wear on key rings, and bracelets to protect themselves. According to Italian folklore very famous people possess the “Eye”. For example, Pope Pius IV was thought to be a “jettatore”, an “Evil Eye” sender, and other well known Italian politicians and poets used the “Eye” to crawl to the top of the pile, their path strewn with victims.
But suppose you do not believe in the Evil Eye, in fact you think it is a load of baloney. You are a reasonable man, and it just does not fit into your belief system in other words. In that case it is probable that the Evil Eye will not “hit you for six”. You will just experience a series of misfortunes and put it down to a “phase”. But if the “phase” continues, and “desperation” becomes your second name, you too could review your belief system and decide to opt for the “Evil Eye De-bug” after all.
Giulio, an Italian business man lost the services of an employee. Shortly afterwards everything started to go wrong. Fines, ruthless, competitive companies got on his back, and the aforementioned employee sued him for breach of contract. Giulio was a good hearted sensible bloke, but in the end the troubles mounted to such a pitch, he had to turn to an Evil Eye defuser, in the form of a well known psychic. Within two months the problems had totally ceased, and his luck picked up. Strange but true.
So if you see someone squinting at you, sense that bad words are being spoken about your well intentioned actions, are totally aware that the world has not been your oyster recently. When you look in the mirror and realise the shadows under your eyes are reaching your chin, get in touch with an “Evil Eye Diffuser” and call a psychic, do not wait one more minute! You can do it!
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