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    two old Ethiopian bone pendants Early 1900s

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    Magic Power Figure (Nkisi), before 1892 Kongo Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France

    VISION (Magic Power Figure (Nkisi), before 1892 Kongo ...)

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    Spiderwoman amulet. Spiro Mound, Oklahoma

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    Laba Sano Nigeria, Yoruba Diviner's Bag (Beaded bags such as this Laba Sano, were used by the Yoruba ritual specialists, especially Ifa designers and Sango priests)

    Totem Gallery | Books & Collections Sample Gallery

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    Season Of The Witch - A Southern Gothic Tale

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    Jewellery (Amulet box), copper and brass, Tibet, circa early 20th century

    Jewellery (Amulet box) | V&A Search the Collections

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    bronze figure with horns, weapons and crossed sticks. Kungsängen, Uppland, Sweden- Iron Age

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    Ancient Egyptian Green Limestons Scarabs

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    Morocco | Hand amulet "Khamsa" from the Ida ou Semlal | 20th century | Silver, enamel and glass

    Minneapolis Institute of Arts - The Collection

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    Mia Illuzia - Spirit Carrier stone talismans

    Spirit Carrier stone talismans

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    Africa | Ceremonial belt of a medicine man, from the Fang people of Gabon | Leather with a number of amulets made from animal bones, ivory, metal and filled leather pouches | Mid 20th century

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    Amulet necklace, West Africa, 1880-1920Medicines are carried in this animal horn. It is worn around the neck to protect from illness and ill fortune. The animal claw and nut threaded on the leather have a powerful effect. Amulets have long been worn in most cultures worldwide to protect the wearer from danger, disease and harm.

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    Laurie Beth Zuckerman

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    Key made in bronze. Assumed to have been worned as an amulet. Dated to the Viking period (AD 800-1050). Height 6,6 cm. Uppåkra, Sweden. (Photography by Bengt Almgren, LUHM)

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    Stones with natural holes, or holey stones also called Hag stones are said to possess powerful protective energy. Worn or carried, it would ward off evil spirits and protect the wearer from harm. Stones were hung from bedposts to prevent nightmares. If a stone broke, it was thought to have used its power to protect a life. These powerful stones are also reputed to bestow the gift of psychic sight upon anyone looking through the hole in the stone.

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    Medicine Bag, New Guinea. Randall Morris.

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    Flat oval sacred stone, used to make wearer invulnerable.....

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    An Egyptian rock crystal scarab. Late Period, circa 664-332 B.C.

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    Africa | Divination object from the Bambara or Dogon people of Mali | Multitude of sticks held together with leather, with various objects such as bones, cowrie shells, seeds, hair, fur and other objects hanging from the ends

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    Black pepper is used in spells and charms that banish negativity and provide protection. You can burn black pepper to rid your home of negative energies prior to using sage (smudging). Carry black pepper corns with you as a charm to ward off petty jealousy against you and it will help to free your mind of jealousy. Pepper is also used to promote courage. Mixed with salt and scattered around your property, it will clear and protect your home from negative energy.

    Super Food: Black Pepper

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    A cattle amulet from the Oromo (Ethiopia). Very old, dark patina.. | Bone

    Pieces Nishedha

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    Silver charm of a Touch Wood Monkey

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    Africa | Talisman from Liberia | Leather and snake skin

    Talisman - 2003-63-138 | Penn Museum Collections

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    Women Shamans "DOGU" which were discovered in remains of Aomori. Jomon-era. BC.3,500 - BC.2,500. Aomori Japan. talisman

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    Power Figure: Male (Nkisi) Date: 19th–mid-20th century Geography: Democratic Republic of the Congo Culture: Kongo peoples Medium: Wood, pigment, nails, cloth, beads, shells, arrows, leather, nuts, twine Dimensions: H. 23 1/8 x D. 10 1/4 x W. 10 in. (58.8 x 26 x 25.4 cm) Classification: Wood-Sculpture Cllick on link to the Met to read all of the info about this.

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