What Is an Italian Malocchio Prayer? Reference.com

An Italian malocchio prayer is part of a ritual to get rid of the malocchio, also known as the "evil eye" in Italian folklore. According to the superstition's tradition, the prayer is most effective on Christmas Eve. Before the prayer, a diagnosis must be made as to whether a person has been cursed by someone else with the malocchio.…

Evil eye - Wikipedia

A charm bracelet, tattoo or other object (Nazar battu), or a slogan (Chashme Baddoor (slogan)), may be used to ward-off the evil eye. Some truck owners write the slogan to ward off the evil eye: "buri nazar wale tera muh kala" ("O evil-eyed one, may your face turn black").…

Occhio malocchio: Italy and the old tradition of the evil ...

Jul 31, 2018 · Malocchio is a superstition we find especially in the Mediterranean and Near Eastern countries, since ancient times. It is a form of curse transmitted by one’s eyes, believed by many cultures to cause injury or bad luck to the person at whom it is directed. As a curse, the evil eye is most commonly attributed to envy, and is usually cast by ...…

Il Malocchio, the Evil Eye - www.ItalianGenealogy.com

Italians have a long and deep-rooted tradition of beliefs about luck and things that give either good or bad luck. In Italy there are colloquial names for bad luck. Think of:sfiga or jella (read it as yella), but the most scary thing for millions of Italians is Il Malocchio, which translate as the evil eye.Il Malocchio ……

Don’t mess with the Malocchio, capisci? (Italian Evil Eye ...

Jun 13, 2014 · The power of being able to ward off the Malocchio (the Evil Eye) is an ability that is handed down mother to daughter over many many generations, and one that was (and still is) an immensely important skill set. I have grown up with my own mother’s tales of the Malocchio, always told with a very serious tone which I sometimes mistook for ...…