If you believe in Magic, if you are a little bit curious about ancient folklore; read on. You may or may not be superstitious, but in fact seventy five percent of the worlds population is superstitious. If you are walking along a sidewalk and find a ladder blocking your path do you walk under it or around it?
Have you ever thrown salt over your shoulder, or allowed a black cat to cross in front of you? Have you ever strolled through a cemetery and found yourself whistling a tune? Or perhaps, you would never kill a spider for fear it would rain. Have you ever accidentally broken a mirror and wondered if you would have seven years of bad luck?
This report is about luck; good luck. As long as man has existed he has believed that to some extent he could control his destiny. Is there something to these beliefs or is it just nonsense? There are Major league ball players that when using a particular bat, hit home runs, actors that wear a certain piece of clothing because they feel it brings them good luck.
Are these simply self fulfilling prophecies or is there really something to these beliefs? I have heard hundreds of stories over the years pertaining to good luck charms, sometimes referred to as talisman. The jury may still be out as to the validity of any power retained in charms, but within these pages you shall find some of the more common charms and their alleged powers.
The claims within can not simply be dismissed out of hand. There is too much evidence to the contrary. After reading this report, choose your talisman well. Once you have decided which one is best for youone that you feel an affinity foryour luck will surely change for the better. This report is written for entertainment purposes only. It is not to be confused with black magic, curses or spells.
Thousands of years ago, charms and amulets were worn by savages in the belief that a small object or fetish could contain a spirit. Amulets come in two classes: those which are worn as ornaments, that may be the dwelling place of spirit guides. And those that are worn to simply ward off evil spirits. Amulets were worn by prehistoric man as objects which in many cases resemble what they would fear most. An excellent book on the subject is "Clan of the Cave Bear" by Jean Awl.
The ancient Egyptians possessed a great variety of Amulets which were worn both by the living and the dead. Among savage and semi-civilized peoples the amulet usually was worn as a bracelet, anklet or necklace. There was usually an intense belief in the power of these fetishes. Among civilized people it was the working class people who adopted the use of amulets such as sea faring men, gypsies and gamblers.
Amulets were also worn by rich. Universally speaking, stones, teeth, claws, shells, and feathers are favored amulets.
The desert goat is a sure-footed animal; accordingly it's tongue is carried as a powerful amulet against falling by certain Malay tribes. Beads resembling animal teeth were often hung around the necks of Kaffir children in Africa to assist them in teething, and the incisor teeth of the beaver were frequently placed around the ankles of American Indian girls so they would grow up into hard workers, like the beaver. Many Moslems wear amulets and the prophet Mohammed is said to have believed in them. The Koran is sometimes carried as an amulet or extracts from it copied out for that purpose.
The person that wears the anchor as a talisman or charm seeks stability and grounding in their life. There is much symbolism in the anchor. The person that wears it knows that it shall protect them during the stormy seas of life. It is particularly effective for the person that feels as though they are floundering through life without any direction.
The anchor is the most important part of any vessel because without it there is no stability. It is the same with people. Many times as we travel through life, we feel as though we lack the feeling of having our feet firmly planted on the ground. All of us need some sort of course to follow, some map or chart to guide us. The wanderer would benefit greatly from wearing this charm. This charm is also the symbol of hope, especially if worn by a Christian.
It is the symbol of Fidelity, Love and Trust. In the early days, Christians wore the anchor as a disguised symbol of the cross, because they faced certain death if they displayed the showing their love for God without being crucified. If you give this talisman as a gift it signifies your love for the person, although the person that receives this gift from you may not be aware of your feelings.
It is the ideal charm to give to a person that you feel needs to be closer to God. Also, if you have strong romantic feeling for someone...and you wish to keep your true feelings secret for awhile, the anchor is the perfect talisman. It will also prevent you from getting lost. All in all, if you wish to settle down, and you are growing tired of wandering, this charm will give you the grounding you desire. No longer will you be the passing ship in the night.
American Indians believed that wearing a highly polished arrowhead as a talisman would protect them from their enemies. It would also protect them as they entered the happy hunting grounds. The arrowhead was believed to reflect negative energy and absorb the strength of their enemy. These beliefs date back many centuries. In this modern world that we live in we may have enemies that we know about and some that we are not even aware of. There are two distinct benefits to the wearer of the arrowhead. First, it will protect you from harm, from enemies or the elements. Also it will cultivate the forces within you, to persevere in any pursuits you wish to undertake.
Ancient folklore tells us that there was a young indian girl who trained herself to use the bow and arrow with a high degree of success. The indian girls name was Napanee. Each evening, Napanee would walk to the outskirts of the reservation her arrows in hand. Each arrow mounted with a highly polished arrowhead. Her dream, her fantasy, was to be able to shoot down a star.
She wasn't even sure why she wanted to do this, but none the less, each and every evening, Napanee would shoot many arrows toward the stars trying to imbed one of her arrows in a star, any star. Of course all of the braves in the tribe would ridicule her, call her names, belittle her. The moral of this story is that Napanee never was able to shoot down a star.....
But she was able to shoot an arrow, mounted with a shining arrowhead further than any man in the entire tribe. PERSERVERENCE! If you are drawn to this Talisman, you most certainly will learn how to protect yourself and to be able to persevere.
If you are drawn to the bird good luck charm it indicates that you are a very psychic person. Most people that believe in reincarnation have an affinity for some type of bird.
A common belief among psychics is that after the physical death, the soul leaves the body as a bird. Most religions speak of heavenly beings with wings. Because of the birds connection to the sky since ancient times, it has been regarded as the catalyst between heaven and earth. The Koran speaks of birds as symbols of immortality. In East Indian mythology every bird in the world represent departed souls. In Africa, birds are believed to have immense powers. In Christian art birds always appear as souls that have been saved.
The Egyptian Phoenix signifies rebirth from the ashes. The Dove represents peace on earth. The Cock, because of it's relationship to dawn, is the symbol of light over darkness. Good over Evil. The Crane, the symbol of long life and immortality. The Falcon is the symbol of strength, beauty, and flight. The Flamingo tells us that after the sorrow comes happiness.
The Finch, because of it's beautiful voice should be worn by the aspiring vocalist. The Goose, good fortune, riches, the golden egg. The Hawk, as a Talisman makes the wearer aggressive. The Ibis talisman shall increase the wearers wisdom. The Lark is the symbol of unity with the elements. The Nightingale symbolizes a longing for peace of mind. The Peacock enhances ones self esteem and confidence. The Swallow, this talisman,will always guide you home wherever you may wander, wherever you may roam.
If you desire a butterfly to be your good luck charm, you will experience major changes in your life. This beautiful insect stands for change. It is the symbol of transformation. You may wear butterfly jewelry or simply carry a picture of a butterfly in your purse or wallet.
It is thought by occultists that the butterfly symbol represents metamorphosis. It is the symbol most likely to be selected by people that are not content with their lot in life and desire to change it. This symbol is not for the complacent or introverted. During the Second World War with Germany there were millions of people imprisoned in concentration camps destined to be gassed. Many were children.
In 1945 when the Americans liberated these death camps, there was a curious oddity that they were faced with. Although these death camps were many miles apart and there was no way that the children could have communicated..... There was a common denominator that linked each camp, a common denominator that also linked the children together even at death. In the wooden barracks where the children were being held, the American soldiers found butterflies.
They were carved in the doors, walls, and ceilings. Of course there were other animals carved in the woodwork as well, but the carvings of butterflies outnumbered the other drawings by ten to one. Now if these carvings were found in only one camp it would not be significant, but they were found in them all.
Even though these camps were separated by hundreds of miles, did these poor childrenmoments from deathknow something that we do not? Life after death? All available evidence points to this theory. These children knew that they would be born again. So if you are unhappy, depressed, and forlorn, the butterfly will help you achieve a major transformation in your life. Because of it being so delicate and beautiful, in the orient it is the symbol of a woman in love or a woman about to fall in love. Two butterflies seen flying together symbolize that you have a secret admirer. The significant meaning of the butterfly lies in it's metamorphosis from egg to larva.
Since the beginning of time the butterfly has been the symbol of the soul that physical death can not destroy. In Christian folklore the butterfly is a symbol of rebirth and immortality. Because of it's very short life span the butterfly reminds us that life is precious and short.
Time is relative and no matter how long we live, it seems not long enough. If a Psychic could give one gift and one gift only to a person, I would suspect that the symbol of the butterfly would give a person much strength in dealing with future uncertainties.
The candle talisman is the psychic's symbol. It signifies the connection between life and death. The candle is used at seances, mass meditations, and many other psychic practices. It symbolizes light. It is the connection between the physical and spiritual world. The candle represents human lives. Candles are always used in spiritual rituals. Whenever the flame of a candle dies it is believed that a person dies at the same time.
In the Catholic religion a candle is lit in respect of a departed soul. If a lighted candle represents life, then a spent candle represents death. This talisman symbolizes endurance. Candles are routinely used in past life regressions. By seating yourself in front of a full length mirror, a candle burning on each side of you allows you to view yourself as you once were. The candle affords poor light, so as you try to see your reflection in the mirror, your eyes become strained and tired. The vision in the mirror becomes distorted and what you see as a reflection will be a good representation of how you looked in a previous lifetime.
In ancient times candles always surrounded the person that was to be in the belief that their acts were spiritual by nature and would be understood and condoned by the heavenly Gods. In modern times, this talisman is worn in the belief that the wearer shall endure all injustices laid upon him and survive. People that have experienced absolutely no psychic tendencies will enjoy wearing this charm as it opens up ones awareness to the psychic world.
Candles are symbolic in our lives from the cradle to the grave. Births, baptisms, weddings, and funerals. They have existed before us and shall exist after we are gone. Wear this charm and you shall endure hardships and find what you are searching for, especially if it is yourself.
If you would like a talisman that is unique, custom made for you, and one that is not common, visit a coin shop, buy a coin of any denomination bearing your date of birth. Take a drill and drill a tiny hole in the coin. Use a thin chain and you have yourself a hand made talisman that you can relate to and one that is as old as you are. This is also a good idea if you have to purchase a gift for the person that is difficult to buy for. Of course it is illegal to deface a coin. If you have a problem with that, use a foreign coin. Especially so if you were born in a foreign country.
Another technique for a custom made talisman is to purchase a silver or gold coin, place it on a hard metal surface and hammer the coin until it is flattened out. You will end up with a miniature ink blot of silver or gold. Using the same technique you can construct a bracelet or necklace. As a young child I would often take a penny and place it on a railroad track. The resultant shapes were always different, unusual, and interesting to look at. During the Second World War, when copper was scarce, pennies were minted in a form of silver. These coins can be found in any coin shop. They are not expensive. Also as a child I remember how all of my classmates would place a coin in their loafers as a good luck piece.
Last but not least, you might like to buy a $20.00 gold piece to carry with you. Unfortunately, the cost of such a coin can be between $450.00 and $600.00. So I suppose that it would be more economical to work with the pennies.
The Dragon as a talisman is for the person that desires power. It is not the talisman of the weak. From ancient folklore to the present day nintendo games, the Dragon has been something to be feared. It often is pictured as guarding a beautiful princess, or protecting a treasure.
In many religions the Dragon is pictured as something to be slain. Over the years a great number of Dragon slaying myths have appeared in books, movies, and T.V. shows. In fairy tales the Dragon often appears guarding an abducted princess and thus personifies the difficulties that must be overcome before a very important objective can be realized. Carl Jung felt that the battle with the Dragon was symbolic of the battle between our conscious and subconscious.
In China many buildings, parks and important landmarks are decorated with Dragons to frighten away evil spirits. In ancient China the Emperor forbid anyone from displaying the dragon. After much outcry at this edict, the Emperor relented. The common people could display the Dragon as long as their dragon did not have more claws than the Emperors.
Many Dragon talismen depict two Dragons clutching a precious gem, usually a pearl. In this country and abroad, the Dragon has been the most asked for tattoo. The person so tattooed believes he or she will never have anything to fear in life. The Dragon is the fifth sign of the Chinese zodiac. I have seen many Dragon talismen worn as a broach, necklace, or ring, that have emeralds or rubies for their eyes.
So my friend, if you seek power over your enemies, if you seek control over your life, wear this talisman. Be aware that others may be intimidated or be frightened of you when you wear this charm. From a Psychic's point of view, if you show empathy to the Dragon you will never again suffer from fear.
The Eagle talisman has always been connected to the sun and heaven. It is also associated with lightning storms and thunderbolts. It is the Eagles strength and power that make this talisman a particularly powerful one. This charm allows the wearer to take flight from the mundane, to escape from the boring. If you are tired of your day to day existence, this is the charm for you. Since time began, the Eagle has always been seen as the king of birds.
In Greek and Roman times the Eagle was always referred to as a God or King. In Roman art the Eagle in flight was described as the soul of a person that has died and is ascending to heaven. The Roman and Greek legions carried the eagle on their standards. The Bible identifies the Eagle as the emblem of God's power over the wicked. In the middle ages the Eagle was seen as the symbol of rebirth. It was also believed that when an Eagle died it would be reborn as another Eagle. Eastern mystics and gurus believe that the ascending Eagle is always very close to God. Aristotle said that the Eagle could fly directly into the sun without being blinded.
The Eagle talisman gives the wearer pride and self confidence. Many countries depict the Eagle on their flags and currency. This talisman is suited to the uncommon person. If you have always wanted to march to the beat of a different drummer, this is the charm for you. Much of Western Europe has adopted the Eagle as their sign of sovereignty. After all is said and done this talisman shall survive all others. This charm exudes power. It is generally considered a masculine charm, although many strong willed and adventurous women tend to wear them as well.
The Heart good luck charm can be found in many shapes and sizes. Most of the the time it will be worn as a locket. Usually inside of the locket is a picture of a loved one. If you have chosen the locket as your talisman you will be a sentimentalist, you give your heart away too easily. You wear your heart on your sleeve. In humans, without a heart there is no life. In ancient Greece the heart represented feelings, thought, intuition.
In Christianity the heart is always seen as the absolute focus of love and wisdom. In Egypt, the heart is seen as the center of our Psychic energy. Islam sees the heart as the basis of thought. It was believed by many cultures that the heart had many different colored layers covering and protecting it.
The heart has always been the most popular symbol of true love. The Christian religion embraces much symbolism of the heart. The heart talisman is the original common denominator between all men and women. It has, and probably always will represent love. The wearer of this talisman will be the incurable romantic. It is believed by psychics that if you carry a picture of a loved one inside a heart locket you will always own a little piece of that person's heart.
If you want a person to desire you, carry that person's picture inside the locket. An ancient spell that was cast by many a lover was to carry a lock of hair or fingernail clippings inside the locket and within twenty one days the desired person would appear at your door. Another belief is that by wearing this talisman it shall protect you against a broken heart. In literature, poetry, music, the words Love and Heart are almost always interchangeable. Wear this symbol and Cupid shall find you with his arrow.
The horn used as an amulet, signifies strength power and abundance. Because of it's importance to the animal kingdom, people that wear this amulet shall survive in life because of their animal instincts. In ancient Greek and Roman mythology the horn has always represented the phallis. Folklore always has depicted the horned animal as fertility symbols.
Because of the horn's form, it is equally effective for both male and female. It is the sexual symbol. Sometimes called the horn of plenty, this charm signifies future wealth and prosperity. A rich harvest will appear in the life of the wearer. Most good luck will befall you in the Fall season. Israelite altars always were adorned with horns. During their sacrifices the horns took on the importance of the phallis.
In modern times horns seem to be worn by more women then men. It might be worthy to note that women that wear this talisman are searching for a more virile partner. Many people have reported fantastic success in real estate dealings while wearing this charm. This charm should be worn by women that are unhappy in their present relationship. This talisman will tell (subliminally) the opposite sex that YOU ARE AVAILABLE.
Whereas this symbol represents the phallis, it is also likely that it will magnetize people to you that are only interested in lust. In a negative way, the significance of the horn appears in the many descriptions of Satan. If worn by the male, it usually means that the wearer is up to no good. This charm should not be worn by young children. From a medicinal viewpoint this talisman has the power to make the impotent, potent.
When you wear a Ladybug amulet or lucky charm, you are shouting to the world,"I am free." The Ladybug is a small roundish beetle that has a spotted back. Often brightly colored in nature the Ladybug feeds on insect pests. This talisman or amulet always puts a smile on your face. It is the charm of the eternal optimist. If you are fortunate enough to have one of these insects land on your shoulder or fly into your house it is a sure sign of good luck.
The Ladybug is considered a harbinger of good luck and prosperity. It shall free you from day to day problems. Wearing a Ladybug amulet or having a live one land on you will brighten your day, give you patience with those around you, and most importantly, lessen your burdens.
In nature you should never destroy this beautiful insect. Rather, it should be passed around from person to person, it should be allowed to crawl over your fingers, and then passed on to another person. It will seldom fly away. As the Ladybug rests upon your hand you should make a wish, but in making the wish, it should be made for another person's good luck, not your own. In the far east many women that have pierced ears will wear Ladybug earrings, because it is stylish without being overbearing. Smaller women prefer this tiny charm because of it's delicate nature.
Wearing this talisman is much like having a snowflake land on your tongue. It seems tailor made for you. It is personal, not commonplace. Many people that usually hate all types of insects can experience an affinity with this particular one. Under no circumstances should this amulet be bought or sold. In order for it to free you of your worries, it must be given to you. In nature, it must land on you, or at least land on someone, and that person gives it to you.
The Ladybug is a popular name of the colorful red spotted beetle of the coccinellidae group of the Coleoptera order. It is the subject of many folklore superstitions. It brings children, forecasts danger, predicts lifespan by the number of it's spots. It also warns of death. In British and European folklore the ladybug was captured by a handmaiden and allowed to fly "North, South, East, or West" in the direction in which her lover lived. Whichever way the insect flew there lived her future husband.
The hind foot of a rabbit used as a talisman has been a good luck charm for the common man for ages. When the rabbit's foot is worn by a man, he shall sire a child. When worn by a woman, she will become pregnant. Because of the rabbit's reputation in producing progeny, this particular charm, when worn will enhance the chances of the wearer to become a parent. In nature, the rabbit is a peaceful quiet animal, always alert, always swift of foot.
By wearing this charm you will absorb these gifts. You shall become more at peace with yourself, you will begin to appreciate the quiet times. You will be more alert without being stressful. You will be swift of foot in the sense that you will not become lethargic. Most times when you see a man wearing a rabbits foot it is usually worn with a bunch of keys.
No one knows why this custom has become so prevalent but the ancients believed that with this talisman, doors could be opened for you. Doors of opportunity, doors of challenge. The rabbit's foot is probably the most widely used good luck charm. It has always struck me as a little strange....I speak of how the rabbit's foot shall bring you good luck but that particular rabbit (that lost his foot) wasn't so lucky.
So the next time that you see a cute little bunny rabbit, know that this small quiet animal, if picked up and held for a few moments, will instill in you a feeling of peace of mind. If you are fortunate enough to own a talisman of this animal, it will afford you a very strong protection.
Any treasure that is salvaged from the sea is truly a mystical reward from God. There are countless sunken treasures buried in the vast oceans of the world. Nothing is more pleasurable than to walk along a shoreline, stop and pick up a good luck charm, save it, wear it, and always feel closer to God. Psychics feel that the ocean represents God. The ocean is infinite. Unending. Whether it be a small snail or a large seashell, there will always be something special and magical about this charm.
In most advanced cultures the seashell is considered a lunar symbol. As the tides rise and fall the shells are displayed by the ocean and then taken back again. The ocean always renews itself so the seashells are always highly energized. Indian folklore described their Gods as emerging from the sea. In Christianity the snails, mussels, and seashells are seen as the resurrection. Many cultures used seashells as currency. Native primitive tribes worshipped shells from the sea as fertility symbols.
Seashells were used to adorn the high priests of various cultures. The wearer of the seashell talisman will not relate to the material world and as a matter of fact, may not have many worldly possessions. Interestingly, people that wear seashells also have an affinity for whales, porpoises, and all sea life. The best seasons for this charm to be worn is the Spring and Summer. It is considered a female charm because the sea is the great Mother, identifying with conception and birth. So if all you wish to do is feel closer to God, wear this talisman. At some time in the future when you find yourself walking along the shoreline and a shell catches your eye, pick it up before it vanishes back into the sea....
I suppose that at one time or another, we have all reached for the stars. This talisman is for the dreamer, the romantic. Since the beginning of eternity the stars have guided us. It is said that a single star can light up the darkest night.
People that are usually attracted to this talisman have a higher degree of learning than most. According to Hebrew philosophy each star in the sky is protected by a guardian angel.
The Star of Bethlehem guided the three wise men; stars have guided explorers, navigators, wanderers, astronauts, and the common man. The person that is compelled to wear this charm will surely be the adventurer, destined to explore distant frontiers. Psychics interpret the stars in the sky as deceased people whose souls have been set free to roam the skies.
In the Old Testament, the starry sky symbolized to the numerous children of Abraham, direction to the promised land. How many love songs have been written about stars?
Don't let the stars get in your eyes. Don't let the moon break your heart....Starry Starry Night...are the stars out tonight? I don't know if their cloudy or bright....We have heard of morning stars, evening stars, star crossed lovers. Obviously this talisman is for lovers as well as adventurers. It signifies that the wearer will not settle for the average person nor the average lifestyle. The romantics, dreamers, and widows will be comfortable wearing this charm as it puts them in touch with the universe. A common practice with this charm is to hold it and make a wish. Always remember; when you wish upon a star....
The Sword talisman is for the brave, militant, and strong. Many times it is the symbol of the military, and of war. It is usually a masculine charm because it signifies aggression. This talisman is the symbol of power over ones enemies. The person that wears this charm shall be seen as decisive and impatient. This charm separates good from evil. Because it signifies war, there are many negative emotions attributed to it. Many aggressive nations use the sword as their military symbol. Because it signifies bravery, this talisman will draw to the wearer many people that are in need of assistance.
As you magnetize weaker willed people to you, you will be placed in a position of supreme power. You will be looked upon to make decisions for the needy, to protect, to offer safe harbor to the many wanderers that you encounter. Be aware that the sword has two edges. If this charm is worn to manipulate, or abuse, the wearer shall suffer hardships and perish.
The flaming sword that forces Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden symbolizes both power and justice. In the orient, the sword is passed down from generation to generation as a family heirloom. It is revered and held sacred. It is considered the catalyst between the common man and the Sun God.
A sword kept confined to the scabbard shows patience. Whenever the sword is pictured out of the scabbard, it indicates readiness for battle. In India, the sword is representative of the phallic symbol. A double sword talisman signifies a deeply spiritual person. In all instances, the wearer of this charm must anticipate being the judge and jury for the helpless. Think twice before succumbing to this charm.
Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, a fire sign. The symbol for Aries is the Ram. Leadership, courage, strength. Taurus is the second sign of the zodiac, an Earth sign. The symbol for Taurus is the Bull. Bravery, defiance, Fearlessness. Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac, an air sign. The symbol for Gemini is the twins, Dual personality, Patience. Cancer is the fourth sign of the zodiac, a water sign. The symbol for Cancer is the Crab, tenacity, willfulness, family. Leo is the fifth sign of the zodiac.
The symbol for Leo is the lion, Pride, protection, vanity. Virgo is the sixth sign of the zodiac. The symbol for Virgo is the virgin, Purity, innocence, fidelity. Libra is the seventh sign of the zodiac. An air sign. The symbol for Libra is the scales, balance, harmony, peace. Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac. A water sign. The symbol for Scorpio is the scorpion, sexuality, love, lust. Sagittarius is the ninth sign of the zodiac, a fire sign. The symbol for Sagittarius is the archer, Determination, foresight. Capricorn is the tenth sign of the zodiac, an earth sign.
The symbol for Capricorn is the Goat, stubborn, obstinate, rigid. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac, an air sign. The symbol for Aquarius is the water bearer, supportive, kind, understanding. Pisces is the twelfth sign of the zodiac, a water sign. The symbol for Pisces is the fish, Psychic, intuitive, perceptive.
The majority of the information in this report has not seen print before. I have searched through manuscripts, reference material, and various notes to compile this information.
Up to now you have probably purchased a charm because it was cute, or it was shiny. Now for the very first time, you possess information that can guide you in your selection of a personal talisman. I have covered the most commonly worn charms. Of course, there are others using feathers, bones and bits of hair...There is a great deal of entertainment value to wearing charms and seeing if their power works for you.
Talismen are fickle things. Sometimes their powers will be stronger than at other times. You must experiment with yours, keep it clean and polished. Do not allow another person to wear it.
When not wearing your charm, it should be kept (if possible) in a velvet pouch. You will find that charms come in a variety of substances, Gold, Silver, Platinum, Ivory, wood, fabric, etc. Use whatever material you feel comfortable with. An added insight: if you ever find yourself threatened by some negative influence...
Hold your talisman close to your heart and repeat the following affirmation. "Each day in every way, I am becoming stronger and stronger by believing in a higher being and the power possessed within this talisman."