Send Good Luck Wishes | Indalo symbol amulet | Avoid bad luck | Superstitions
The magical power of the Indalo can help people with fear of superstitions to avoid bad luck
Make someone feel good . . Send good luck wishes for any occasion
Lucky talismans that pass on your “Good luck” wishes
We have all grown up and become familiar with various superstitions. Whether you personally choose to believe them or not, it is undeniable that superstition effects a lot of people. Stage actors, public speakers, and sports athletes in particular are famous for their strange and often funny habits. Superstition is even prevalent among our political leaders. In general, superstition about good luck, happiness, success, prosperity, love, fertility and so on, stems from folklore, myths and legends of the past, and many are enacted even today in religious festivals around the word, year after year.
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Where do all our rituals and annual festivities come from? Folklore, superstition and religion have combined with elaborate stories and fables. * A myth tries to explain the origin of life / the universe, and concerns the powers which control the human world. Although myths are religious in their origin, they may also be the earliest form of history, science, or philosophy. * A folktale is a story that, despite its elements of fantasy, is a symbolic way of presenting the different means by which human beings cope with the world in which they live. Folktales concern people – either royalty or common folk, or animals who speak and act like people. * A legend is a story that is believed to be historical. Legends concern people, places, and events and the subject is usually a saint, a king, hero, a famous person, or a war
The Scandinavians believed that the number 13 was unlucky due to the mythological 12 demigods being joined by a 13th, an evil one, who brought misfortune upon humans. It was also said that Christ was crucified on Friday and the number of guests at the party of the Last Supper was 13, with the 13th guest being Judas, the traitor. So, in most western cultures Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day, but to the Greeks it is Tuesday the 13th which is unlucky. Both Hindu and Viking cultures believe that 13 people at a dinner party is bad luck. In Cambodia, colorful and intricate protection spells adorn nearly every home and place of business in order to garner good luck, prosperity, protection and love. Often they are surrounded by incense and offerings, and accompanied by statues and figurines. Some of these “yon” are only scrawled, childish drawings; while others are expertly executed, solemn masterpieces of ancient iconography. All of them, as any Cambodian will tell you, bestow certain charms and powers upon their owners.
The Indalo shape (whether it be classical like Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, or spiritual as in the Rainbow Warrior of the ancient North American Indian Cree tribe), is a popular symbol (like the clover leaf, horseshoe, or scarab) used to pass on good luck sentiments to friends and family.
Our lucky charms come from Almeria in southern Spain close to where the original Indalos were discovered. This is a region of ancient culture believed to be the origin of the Neolithic civilisation that spread up into the whole of northern Europe between 4000 and 2000 BC – and the beginning of a megalithic era that was one of the great periods of Spanish and European history and included the construction of the mystical monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in Britain. Cave paintings of Indalo-type shapes mingle with representations of suns, spirals, animals and labyrinths, each with their own mystical and esoteric meaning.
Pass on your good luck sentiments to friends or loved ones . . TODAY!
The Indalo is reputed to have mystical powers to bring luck, good fortune and happiness. So . .
- FOR THOSE THAT SEEK happiness, prosperity, friendship, protection, and good health . .
- FOR THOSE WHO WANT more luck, love, confidence, success, and achievement . .
- FOR THOSE WHO want their dreams to come true . .
Get them an Indalo!!!
Many of the lucky charms on this site are hand-crafted and so although the colour, size, etc, can vary a bit from the photos shown here, it is used as a recognised but unique way to express goodwill wishes and desires. The accompanying information card about good luck and the Indalo can be personalised with your own special message.
The gift of an Indalo is perfect . . saying Good Luck, Congratulations, Best Wishes, With Love, or Thinking of You . . in its own special way.
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