Despite the differences in the cultures which hold the evil eye myth, this symbolic superstition retains the same meaning and interpretation in almost every culture. The evil eye is thought of as a glance meant to inflict harm, suffering, or some form of bad luck on those upon whom it is cast. that it is cast. The earliest evidence of belief in the evil eye dates back to ancient Greece and Rome .The largest threat was believed to concern those who had been praised or received admiration beyond what they deserved.
Furthermore, any disease which did not have an obvious cause was attributed to evil eye., and interpreted as a punishment of the gods and goddesses. A belief in the evil eye is widespread on every continent. The Middle East, Asia, Europe, and Central America all fear the evil eye
evil eye jewelry is worn as amulet and is believed to enhance energy and vitality.
In recent years an increasing number of celebrities have used this symbol, in the form of a pendant or bracelet . Lindsay Lohan for example, appeared in court with an evil eye pendant,.
Even though the evil eye symbol continues to be a myth, as a myth, celebrities like Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan who have achieved success in their careers, firmly believe to be protected by their evil eye jewelry.