The Hamsa Hand and the Hand of Fatima have become popular good luck symbols worldwide.
They are common symbols in both Jewish and Muslim communities.
In Jewish communities it is called the Hamsa Hand or the Hand of Miriam.
In Muslim communities it is called the Hand of Fatima or the Khamsa.
Hamsa is the Hebrew word for five. Likewise Khamsa is the Arabic word for five.
The Hamsa hand and the Hand of Fatima are equally best known for the power to protect the owner from the evil eye and bring happiness to the holder.
The holder of the Hamsa expects to be protected from all negative energies. The most common negative energy being envious glares from people wishing you no good.
The Hamsa hand is said to symbolize the five books of the Torah: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
Some call these books “The Five Books of Moses”. Genesis starts with telling the story of the creation of the world and Deuteronomy ends with Moses dying in the land of Moab.
It may sometimes also be called “The Hand of Miriam”.
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