Acorn: During the Norman Conquest, the English carried dried acorns to protect themselves from the brutalities of the day. Considered to be an emblem of luck, prosperity, youthfulness and power, the Acorn is a good luck symbol indeed! It also represents spiritual growth
Evil Eye. Started with Turkish culture, now popular worldwide in many various cultures. It's NOT a religious thing, then it would be a sin if it was associated with it. But it's not, for Turks its cultural symbol! For others, it's fun nothing wrong with that!
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