The "double edged" impact of the Eye!
The general consensus among believers is that a person can glance or glare at someone else and with the power to take possession of any or all of what one holds dear and loves the most, if they are envious enough.
This includes people and absolutely everything and anything as well as loved ones, assets, fortune, favour, influence fame, status, reputation that can be potential total destruction for us!
What is the definition and the meaning of the Eye?
Late examples of Christian art, depict the eye in a triangle with rays of light to represent the infinite holiness of the Trinity.
The Christian version of the Eye symbolises the "all-seeing eye" representing the eye of our holy Father the all-knowing and ever present one and only God.
The Eye is referred to in the following Psalm (33:18):
"But the eyes of the LORD are on those who fear him, on those whose hope is in his unfailing love".
Catholic Christian symbolism in art provides a clear graphic illustration representing the Eye's mysterious and enduring influence which is never lost, forgotten or diminished by time.
The magical or perceived power continues to echo in the chronicles of mysticism, history, religion, folklore and urban myth infinitely. In the face of fear or uncertainty many of us invest significant faith in it's legendary sway and punch.
... or could it be that its power lies in the faith and belief we bestow upon it in with our minds eye rather than the mysterious power of the Eye? That is, perhaps the influence of the legend lies in the unwavering perspicuity and faith of believers without realising it rather than the legend itself.
If the above is then our faith and passionate beliefs alone highlight the power we have individually based on the strength of our devotion.
It suggests we can manifest our dreams and shape our lives somewhat through the use of the Eye as a symbol or the safety and protection we create around ourselves and our beloved in order to be happy.
Who really cares as long as it works from our perspective, but it is possible we do not realise how powerful and strong we actually are.
Now that is an empowering thought!