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Amulets & Talismans

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An amulet, similar to a talisman (Arabic: طلسم‎ / transliterated: tilasim), is any object intended to bring good luck or protection to its owner. Potential amulets include gems, especially engraved gems, statues, coins, drawings, pendants, rings, plants and animals; even words in the form of a magical spell, incantation, to repel evil or bad luck.

The word "amulet" comes from the Latin amuletum; the earliest extant use of the term is in Pliny's Natural  History, meaning "an object that protects a person from trouble. 

What are Amulets and Talismans?

The word talisman comes from the Arabic word, tilsam which itself comes from the Greek word telos which means to consecrate or to initiate into the mysteries.

A Talisman can be defined as,

"An object that has magical or miraculous effects and that can avert misfortune and bring good fortune when acquired".

An Amulet, is essentially another name for talisman. Amulet originated from the Latin word amuletum and can be defined as,

"A lucky charm that has magical inscriptions and which has been consecrated through incantation".

Hence, there is no significant difference between amulets and talismans and it is only the manner in which they are perceived to have been created that would result in one term being preferred over the other. A common misconception is that such objects have to be kept in physical contact and be worn as pendants or lockets. This is not the case, they may be worn as talisman pendants or may be installed at a fixed location from where they positively influence the lives of those who have acquired them.

I do create for whoever wants personal amulets. It is unique and designed exclusively for you. it works only for the owner whose name and date of birth was used in the voodoo incantation. the amulet attracts luck, money, love, health, beauty, Success, & happiness. it also offers protection against negative influences and black magic.