What are negative energies?

They are energies that interfere with emotional, spiritual, physical or mental aspects and prevent us from finding peace. They can generate feelings such as anxiety, depression… psychotic crises and can prevent you from moving forward in life.



How to protect ourselves against negative energies?

You can use salt for protection, cleanse bad energies and ward off envy.

Who would have thought that something so accessible to everyone can be used for protection, among other esoteric uses such as cleaning bad energies and warding off envy from our surroundings, with simple rituals.

Although it is true that salt had a bad reputation, since it has come to be considered bad luck, it is quite the opposite, since it offers us protection. Salt is an energy conductor, this allows to attract good energies, while negative energies come out, it is for this reason that it is widely used in energy cleansing rituals.

Antique Agate DZI “Treasure Vase or Double Aquario”,of Vintagecollection888. Tibetan Dzi, prayer tibetan bead dzi with high positive energy.
Negative energies exist if you believe in them

How to use salt to clean the bad energies of the home

Take a handful of salt and convey your wishes to ward off bad energies and attract positive energy to your home.

You can put this salt on any object or part of the house that you want to clean; however, it does not matter if it is the bedroom, the living room or the dining room, the salt will help absorb all that negative energy that accumulates when we spend too much time in them.

The bed is the place where we rest and where all the energies that we accumulate during the day are released (stress, anger, sadness), for this reason it is recommended to carry out an energetic cleaning of the bed, placing below and in the center, a glass with water and salt. If the salt rises to the surface, it means that the negative energy has been cleaned and eliminated, so you should throw the glass and its contents out of the home.

Do you have insomnia or have negative thoughts?

Put a bag of salt under your pillow and change it after 15 days.


Before using a Dzi, How to perform a purification of our DZI?

These gems have their own powers to communicate with you … they call you! It sounds strange, but it just happens naturally, although it may sound illogical.

The Dzis, preferably, are used in contact with the body, this is because the “Qi” (vital flow of energy) of your body will activate and “activate” the energy of the Dzi. Wear a collar with Dzi upright or in a bracelet by touching your wrist, you can place larger beads near you at your work desk or at home for positive energy. The Dzi energy will never stop (unless it breaks) if you take good care of yourself.


When we acquire or give us a Dzi or other stone amulet, it is advisable to clean it, purify it if we want to use it and above all, in the case of the Dzi that have surely been transmitted from one hand to another, since you do not know the energies with the ones you were in contact with before coming to you … you must purify it before using it.

The purification is similar to that done with natural stone crystals. In a small container with water add a little salt and leave your Dzi in the container, no more than 24 hours, if you fear that the salt can ruin your necklace, bracelet, you can let the water fall from the shower or from the tap on the for a minute or two. &

The Figa and Evil Eye


The Figa, Higa, Cigua, Fico, black hand, powerful hand, hand of jet, manina, manezuela, puñera, … is a symbol of protection against the evil eye, is represented with a left hand closed in fist and with the finger thumb between index finger and heart finger, shows a sign of contempt and protection from the evil eye and envy.

One attributed meaning is the sexual and reproductive aspect of the Figa gesture, the thumb being understood as representing the male figure, between the other two fingers; the female figure. Etymologically it comes from the word “fig”, the fruit of the fig tree, with habitual sexual connotations to the sex of the woman.

Figa Croatia

There are other similar and very similar amulets that have the same properties as the Hand of Fatima or “Hamsa”, which protects from evil in Muslim culture, as well as in Jewish culture with the “Hand of Mirian or Myiam”, both with the same shape but the bean with engravings of fish. In spite of the different versions that exist of the Figa, these have in common, none is related to some dark or malignant aspect.

For centuries they are very popular in the area of ​​the North of Spain, mainly in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, Galicia, Asturias and Castile-Leon. It is a typical amulet in “Santiago de Compostela”, which is one of the places of greatest influx of Christian pilgrimage for centuries and has been promoter and diffuser of this amulet thanks to the pilgrims who come to visit the tomb of the Apostle Santiago by the various roads and routes established since the middle ages and from all parts of the world.

As it is an amulet of pagan origin, during the Middle Ages, in Europe it was forbidden by the Catholic Church because of its strong pagan meaning, but it continued to be used equally, and to cover up the symbolism was cultivated various motifs such as geometric figures and even saints and Christian symbology.


Originating in the Iberian Peninsula and that with time was spreading all over the world. There are representations of this symbol in Egypt, prior to the 2nd millennium BC. represented with the hand open or closed like repellent of snakes. From here it has been exporting this amulet, mainly to the rest of Europe, in Italy continues to have great incidence and to all Latin America, mainly in Brazil is a very common and used amulet.

In Spain its use is centennial and usually used in children and elderly as protective amulet. There are pictorial representations of young spanish princes of the seventeenth century with Figas de Azabache in their clothes. The main supplier of the Figas or Higas was “Santiago de Compostela” in Galicia (Spain), where since the XV century, the jet industry has achieved remarkable development, the jet (Azabache or Black Amber) commonly used is the asturian Azabache, one of the two most appreciated and of better quality of the world next to the one of Whitby, in the northeast of England. Jet (Azabache) from antiquity has been considered magical and protective because of its high power as a shield against negative energies. The Figs were specially indicated to neutralize the evil eye and the hexes, to undo black spells, moorings, to dispel envy and negativity.

Materials used and recommended

Figa in wood and silver

It is advisable that the Figa or Higa be a breakable material, something that will happen when the amulet has defended us from some evil, negativity or evil eye, or that reaches the point that is not able to withstand more negativity, once this happens … must be buried. This happens with many other materials, stones and crystals used as amulets against evil or to achieve prosperity, can crack, break or change tonality.

The Azabache (Jet or Black Amber), is by par excellence, the most powerful raw material, esoterically speaking, and the most recommended for its magical and physical characteristics (not to extend too much, we can leave for another post much information on this peculiar stone with an antiquity of 60 million years) to use it as Figa for its powers against evil eye and envy.

Figa in Asturian Azabache and Silver 925. &

The Jet (Azabache) is also called black amber, it has been used since ancient times as amulets and as an important part of various magic rituals, because it is considered to protect against negative influences, eye ills and hexes, and that its energy is huge and powerful. It is a stone that helps clear the auras and negative energies and will help us to see with better clarity the way to go and make the right decisions to achieve our goals. It has wonderful healing properties, including pain relief for headaches, migraines and increased healing of traumatic injuries, even said to cure cataracts. In addition, it is a self-cleaning stone and can be used to clean other crystals.

Figa Red coral, 17th century

Coral, ivory, wood, silver, quartz, rock crystal, jade, … to say some of the materials most commonly used to carve Figs have had a great boom depending on the time and area where they have been made. There are spectacular masterpieces by master jewelers and craftsmen, some of them exhibited in museums around the world made of precious metals and precious stones

Properties and characteristics like amulet

The Figa is characterized by being a very widespread amulet and linked to good luck, protection against bad luck, evil eye, envy, jealousy and to attract money.

It is attributed different properties or capacities, in many places it is usual to put them to the children so that they are protected against the envy and the evil eye, it is advisable that it stays in contact with our skin, and if it is of Azabache reason of more, is of lunar energy and must avoid the sun and stuck to the skin.

  • Improves fertility: The predominant power in this amulet is to improve fertility. It is credited with the power of facilitating reproduction, attracting the opposite sex and protection against sterility and impotence.
  • Against the evil eye and envy: In Galicia one of the most common “versions” of figa is black jet, a stone known for its power against the evil eye, envy and bad vibrations, as well as to protect against diseases.
  • To attract money: Keeping the amulet in our wallet, according to tradition, will attract money into our lives. This power can be multiplied if the figa is made of gold.
    For Good Luck
  • Against jealousy
Figa Rock crystal, 17th century.

Where to get it

Our Figs are totally handmade carved in Santiago de Compostela with the best materials, Azabache Asturiano and Silver 925. You can visit our store and acquire it, if you visit Santiago de Compostela you will find it in any jewelry or souvenir shop and in other places, it is easy to get it in esoteric stores. Please contact us if you need help.


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Tibetan DZI. Introduction and meaning regarding the number of Eyes.

The DZI comes from the Central Asia region, and are generally found in an area that spans Afghanistan, Iran, Tibet, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Burma and Thailand.
They come in many sizes and shapes, from tiny carnelian engravings to large dzi with multiple eyes and stripes.

The meaning of the Tibetan word “Dzi” translates to “brilliance, clarity, splendor”. Grains originate in the Tibetan cultural sphere and can be very expensive and difficult to obtain. They are found mainly in Tibet, but also in neighboring Bhutan, Ladakh and Sikkim. Shepherds and peasants gather them in the meadows or in the fields of cultivation. Because the Dzi are found on earth, Tibetans can not conceive of them as man-made. Since knowledge of origin is derived from oral traditions, few accounts have provoked more controversy as to its source, method of manufacture and even precise definition. All of this contributes to making them the most sought after and collectible beads on earth.

Some Dzi protect their wearer from negative energies or accidents, some attract wealth or wisdom, while others can bring you love and happiness.

One thing to remember about these curious little stones is this, a Dzi stone can repel things, but you can also store them. When a negative energy comes to you, your stone can block or absorb it. They can also give you very positive energies. In other words, a little of them enter you and some of you will enter them.

There seems to be inaccuracies about the dating of the original “pure” Dzi, the most common error is to claim that it is in the 8th century. This error comes from a date found in the grain collector bible “The History of Grains” by Lois Sherr Dubin, where Dzi is placed on the “map of time” in AD 700 along with the introduction of Buddhism in the Tibet. However, if the reference numbers are checked against the accounts, the detail indicates that the actual dates are unknown. This is because Tibetans have never allowed archaeological excavations in Tibet, so accurate field dates can not be established. The assumption was that the Dzi is connected with Tibetan Buddhism, then the pearls are tied around the same date that Buddhism began. &


In fact, it is widely understood by Tibetans that the Dzi were part of the Bonpo tradition that preceded Buddhism in Tibet and dates back 4,000 years or more, and some of the older Dzi as Phum Dzi are believed to have arrived from this moment. It is said that the chiefs used to wear them in their ceremonial robes and when they died they were cremated in their ceremonial dresses and the buried remains. This conjecture mainly can not be proved, but would explain why Dzi balls are often found on the ground and why so many are stained, burned or broken, since the heat of the pyre would have been very likely to damage the beads .

This is not to be confused with chips in beads, which could be accidental as agate is a hard stone, but fragile, but it can also be deliberately. A Tibetan from Lhasa revealed that the beads were deliberately splintered as medicinal or religious offerings, or to include as part of a burial offering over the previous owner’s death, which may not be as well known. Therefore, beads with small chips in them generally do not affect the value of the beads, and may even be considered desirable, especially if they were for medicinal purposes, since it would be considered to have an intrinsic power to be chosen for such purposes .

There is another desirable feature found in Dzi beads known as blood stains or cinnabar stains, probably caused by particles of oxidizing iron inside the stone, also known as Martik by Tibetans, for whom these stains are of great importance.

How were the DZI created?

The great mystery of the old Dzi and the engraved carnelians and how they managed to get the marks on the surface without breaking or cracking the stone. The family of silica, which includes chalcedony, agate and carnelian, is particularly susceptible to heat, which will break or even break the stone. The technique of how to heat it without damaging it was only discovered in recent times, using a sophisticated technology that involves heating the stone in a vacuum. As the agate is porous, there is air and moisture inside the stone that when heated, expands and causes it to crack. In a vacuum, the air has been removed, thereby greatly reducing the chance of cracking of the stone when heated.

Dzi, the Meaning of the Eyes

The number of “eyes” on a Dzi stone will tell you your particular purpose and strength ……….

1. The Dzi of 1 eye represents a beacon of light and hope. It is believed that this powerful eye enhances human wisdom and produces happiness for a lifetime.

2. The Dzi of 2 eyes allows the harmony between husband and wife; build a happy family, a successful career and good relationships with others.

3. The 3-Eye Dzi represents the three stars of luck, happiness, honor and longevity. It is the grain of wealth and health to bring continued fortune.

4. The 4-Eye Dzi helps overcome negative forces, eliminates obstacles, increases merits and longevity, subdues demons.

5. The 5-Eye Dzi is considered a magical element and is highly sought after. It assists one in obtaining what one desires, so it is a much desired piece. Happiness without end.

6. The Dzi of 6 eyes eliminates sadness and suffering in life, and increases access to good luck.

7. The 7-Eye Dzi helps to achieve fame, glory, perfection, career, wealth, relationship, and health and longevity.

8. The 8-Eye Dzi helps protect against calamities and catastrophes. Help the owner to find and stay on his right path.

9. The Dzi of 9 eyes helps its owner to gather wealth, achieve good health, success, gain power, compassion, glory and expel evil and acts as protector.

10. The 10-Eye Dzi removes obstacles in the way of career development, gets favorable comments about you from others, and foreshadows a happy relationship with your spouse.

11. The Dzi of 11 eyes helps to eradicate bad intentions and reduces craving, leading to peace of heart and mind.

12. The Dzi of 12 eyes empowers one with the ability to surpass expectations and achieve fame and recognition.

13. The Dzi of 13 eyes allows learning to communicate with the ancestors, as well as with other dimensions and realities.

14. The 14-Eye Dzi helps protect the mind from disorder and helps with the problems of karma.

15. The Dzi of 15 eyes increases the wisdom of the bearer, liberates human suffering and generates general good fortune in human life.

16. The Dzi of 16 eyes brings back the humor in life. Remember that it is through play and joy that all things can be obtained. It helps to reject sadness, depression, melancholy and sadness.

17. The 17-Eye Dzi can help improve one’s self image. Let others see you as you see yourself in your unconscious mind. Protects the owner from the images of others.

18. The 18-Eye Dzi can help guard against obsessions and compulsions. Helps protect against addictive personality traits. Alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual addiction, gambling and all other addictions.

19. The 19-Eye Dzi increases the owner’s ability to manifest and materialize the necessary things in one’s life.

20. The Dzi of 20 eyes helps in the purification. This Dzi can improve the owner’s preparation process to end the rebirth cycle. It’s very weird.

21. The 21-Eye Dzi enhances your magical power, perform what you desire to the maximum extent. I magnify all the characteristics of the other beads and focus them on a single stone. It is highly sought after.

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Amulets of King Solomon – Part 1

The amulets include texts and characters from various sources, including the Book of Psalms, the Old Testament, the Book of Creation of Kabbalah and various religious prayers. On some of King Solomon’s seals also the names of the angels were used. The characters used in personal amulets are Phoenicians and Canaanites from 800 BC and maintain the authenticity of the amulets, as well as the protection of the user’s privacy.

The ancient Amulets of King Solomon were mentioned in numerous ancestral prayers and records in biblical history. The wisdom of King Solomon was the creative guide to the amulets that were made for specific problems and as a response to the aspirations and desires of the people.

King Solomon, wise king, philosopher and mystic scholar considered each problem as a two-sided question, sides that contrasted and complemented each other. That is why the amulets incorporate different elements, sometimes of different religions and texts to form the amulets that respond to desires and concrete needs.

It is important to note that amulets are as important as a person’s desire to use and believe in them. Desire is a significant force and the desire to use the amulet, use it and believe in its power are critical to its success. To benefit from the amulets and stamps a person must be aware of their proximity to the body and should allow it to help.

The selection of King Solomon’s personal amulets includes a wide range of topics including meditation, creativity and problem solving, decision-making, personal power, search and investigation, detection of incarnations, secrets and desires, spiritual correction, spiritual cleansing, students , wishing mind, mind and thought, joy of life, play, intended future, direction and purpose and amulets of forgiveness.

Here are some examples of the 44 stamps:

Amulet of Mars

★ The first face (the star) is the second pentacle of Mars. This pentacle serves with great success against all kinds of diseases if applied to the affected part.
★ The second face is the sixth Pentacle of Mars. He has such virtue that by being armed with him, if you are attacked by someone you will not be hurt when you fight and your own weapons will turn against him.


Amulet of Jupiter

Jupiter talisman: Wealth, good fortune, justice, philosophy, thought, money, business.

★ The first face sixth Pentacle of Jupiter. It serves to guard against all the dangers of the earth, observing it.

★ The second side is the seventh pentacle of Jupiter, has great power against poverty if you look with devotion, repeating the verse. It also serves to ward off the spirits who keep the treasures and discover them.

Amulet of The Sun

It is a magical pentacle that is used to obtain lucidity and inspiration, is ideal for all those who are dissatisfied with their life and look for a new direction.

★ The first face is the sixth Pentacle of the Sun, serves excellently for the invisibility operations in other people’s eyes when done correctly.

★ The second face is the Fourth Pentacle of the Sun, which serves to see the invisible spirits when they appear before the invoker to discover why, it will immediately appear visible.


Amulet of Saturn

★ The first face is the seventh pentacle of Saturn, to cause tremors, seeing that the power of the angels here invoked is enough to shake the whole universe.
★ The first face is the seventh pentacle of Saturn, to cause tremors, seeing that the power of the angels here invoked is enough to shake the whole universe.



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