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Synonyms for amulet

Synonyms for amulet

a small object worn or kept for its supposed magical power

Synonyms for amulet

a trinket or piece of jewelry usually hung about the neck and thought to be a magical protection against evil or disease

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' This is solitary government which we have seen running on magic, sorcery and amulets', he said this while talking to journalists during a ceremony here Monday.
The amulets are available in four styles, each carrying an auspicious wish - good health, fortune and prosperity, excellent academic performance, and happy matchmaking.
'Some lucky charms and amulets that are supposed to attract energy, health, fortune and happiness are unluckily contaminated with cadmium and lead, two highly hazardous substances that belong to the World Health Organization's (WHO) list of 10 chemicals of major public concern,' Thony Dizon, EcoWaste chemical safety campaigner, said in a statement.
Out of the 20 lucky charms and amulets purchased by the group over the weekend, 15 items were found to be laced with dangerous levels of lead and cadmium.
"Some lucky charms and amulets that are supposed to attract energy, health, fortune, and happiness are unluckily contaminated with cadmium and lead, two highly hazardous substances that belong to the WHO's list of 10 chemicals of major public health concern," said Chemical Safety Campaigner Thony Dizon of EcoWaste Coalition.
Inscribed Power: Amulets and Magic in Early Spanish Literature.
Part of their business was to make amulets with Quranic texts for people, which they'd sell."
Now age seventeen, the cousins must activate the amulets before time runs out or they will succumb to the same fate as the Black Knights.
Since 2004, a wide range of special issue stamps have represented: (1) famous Buddhist monks, keji ajan or "magic monks", reputed to possess the spiritual power to bless, sacralize and magically empower (pluksek) amulets (phrakhrueang); (2) famous amulets reputed to possess supernatural protective powers; (3) Indian deities (thep khaek or jao khaek), including Brahma, Vishnu, Ganesh and Shiva, which are at the centre of resurgent spirit medium cults; (4) Chinese Taoist deities such the Eight Immortals (poi sian) and figures from Chinese Mahayana Buddhism such as the bodhisattva Guan Yin, called Kuan Im in Thailand; and (5) royal figures from Thai history such as King Chulalongkorn (Rama V, r.
The exhibition holds a wide selection of silver jewelry incorporating amulets and talismans from the early 20th century; a full costume of each representative country, outlining some of the superstitions of people from that era.
Amulets like the one found there were made to protect their owners from danger and harm, Papuci-Wladyka told Live Science in an email.
The High Magic of Talismans & Amulets: Tradition and Craft provides a fine study of the use of talismans and amulets in Western mystical traditions and uses the author's own collection of medieval manuscripts and his access to the rare book archives of major European universities to provide a complete history of talismans and amulets and all their various uses in both Eastern religion and Western scenarios.
It is created to provide an online source of authentic amulets, talismans and charms for amulet collectors, users and lovers.
Arabic and Persian seals and amulets in the British Museum.