Here it is, the "Lucky Charms" scarf in all of its glory! Ready to learn a thing or two about good luck amulets?
🧿 Nazar (Turkey) The Nazar, or evil eye, is an amulet for protection against those without good intentions.
🐿️ Acorns (England) Carrying an acorn is believed to protect from illnesses, aches, and other pains.
🌶️ Cornicello (Italy) good luck symbol often worn by nursing mothers and pregnant woman. It was also used to maintain happiness in marriage.
🗝️ Keys (Worldwide) Keys have been a symbol of fortune and liberation around the world, used in many societies and ceremonies.
✋ Hamsa (Israel and Middle East) This charm can be worn with the hand facing up or down. It is said to protect people from negative energy and bring happiness to the beholder.
🐞 Ladybugs (Germany)Some cultures believe that if a ladybug lands on you and you don’t brush it off you will be lucky.
🧲 Horseshoes (Worldwide) Horseshoes symbolize good luck, power over evil, good fortune and fertility.
🐇 Rabbit’s foot (Worldwide) It was believed that rabbits lived so deeply underground that they had an ability to speak with the spirits from the underworld and bring good luck.
🐓 Wishbone (Italy) Ancient Romans believed that chicken bones held the power of good fortune. When two people pulled apart a wishbone, the person left with the larger piece got the good luck, or a wish granted.
🐘 Elephant (India and Thailand) They symbolize strength, power, stability, and wisdom.
🍀 Four-leaf clover (Ireland) The four sides symbolize faith, hope, luck, and love, and anyone who finds it is said to have great fortune that day.
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