Hamsa Meaning of "el Ojo en la Mano" (Eye In Hand) or Hand of Fatima-
A Universal Symbol of Protection - Studies have shown that this image and belief started to solidify in the time of early Hebrew/Egyptian civilizations in two basic forms.
As to whether it is appropriate to use the Hamsa with the fingers pointing up or down, it depends upon whether you wish for protection against the evil eye, or for luck and success.
With the fingers pointed up, the Hamsa symbolizes a "stop sign" to the adversary, in other words, for Defense (Spiritual, Psychic, Aetherial).
With the fingers pointed down, the Hamsa symbolizes "God's" goodness and blessings coming down to the wearer or to the room where it is hung. The interpretation of the Hamsa is for the individual who owns it.
An arcane ability granting them protection from harm against the evil forces and bring them goodness, abundance, fertility, luck and good health.
This being a distinct variation of Buddha's Palm constructed through cultural admiration, matched with the shine and strength of solid bronze as a spiritual catalyst.
The deity Buddha, as depicted below standing 88-Feet tall adorned with rows of "Bantu Knot" spirals, welcome global visitors in silent devotion while communicating this universal gesture onto respectful onlookers.
"Absolution, Hamsa Realized"- A product of a vision, involuntary transmutation of cosmic energies, perhaps ;c)
The ever-present, eternal light that dwells beyond sight and sound, an interpretation placed on full display for real-eyes to inquire and admire.
Latest version of E-FAT "NewLight Realized" Calling Card, in association with the Absolution Series.
Continuing the discussion of expanding symbolism and collective consciousness in the previous post below: