Black magic charms are believed to originate from Africa. A charm is a practice or expression believed to have magic power, similar to an incantation or a spell.[1]  A talisman is an object bearing a sign or engraved character, and thought to act as a charm to avert evil and bring good fortune.[2]

Amulets were used to protect man, or his possessions, such as houses and cattle from the evil influences of witches, demons, and other mischievous powers, or to counteract misfortune and illness.  The amulet is found both in the Orient and in the West, among tribes and nations down to the present day.  Assyrians and Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, Jews and Christians, fostered this ancient superstition, and, in varying degrees, foster it today.[3]  Despite technical and scientific advancements, superstitions and amulets continue to pervade the Western society.

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Some of the amulets popular in the West are:

(1)  A horseshoe.  The most commonly encountered lucky charm in modern North America is the horseshoe and its representative models in the form of jewelry, wall hangings, and printed images.  The use of worn-out horseshoes as magically protective amulets – especially hung above or next to doorways – originated in Europe, where one can still find them nailed onto houses, barns, and stables from Italy through Germany and up into Britain and Scandinavia.

(2)  The four-leaf clover.  The four-leaf clover is among the commonest of North American lucky emblems and is an especially frequent image on good luck coins, and good luck postcards.

(3)  The wishbone or “merry thought.”  The wishbone is the third most popular American amulet, next only to the horseshoe and the four-leaf clover.  It is a bone overlying the breastbone of fowl, as in a chicken, or turkey.  It is the custom to save this bone intact when carving the bird at dinner and to dry it over the stove or by the fire until it is brittle.  Once dry, it is given to two people, who pull it apart until it cracks, each one making a wish while doing so.  The person who gets the “long half” of the wishbone will have his or her wish “come true.”  If the wishbone breaks evenly, both parties get their wishes.

(4)  The Rabbit’s Foot.

(5)  Charm bracelets.

(6)  Good Luck coins or ‘pocket pieces.’

(7)  The Lucky or Smiling Buddha commonly found in Oriental shops and restaurants.

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Footnotes:

[1] “charm.” Encyclopædia Britannica from Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service. (http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9125164)

[2] “talisman.” Encyclopædia Britannica from Encyclopædia Britannica Premium Service. (http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9071049)

[3] Jewish Encyclopedia, p. 546.

[4] Ibn Abi Hatim

[5] Ibn Waki’

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