Amulets and good luck charms have always had a place in Judaism, albeit a very small role. Originally, these amulets were written by professional scribes and made use of Jewish Mysticism to help bring about a desired result. Typically, amulets were written as forms of protection during a journey or as a remedy for an illness. Today, amulets take the form of small card with meaningful text on them, such as the prayer said before embarking on a journey, prayers for easy child-birth, success in school, protection from the evil eye, and more.
If you are looking for a specific amulet, World of Judaica has a selection of amulets for every purpose. Flying overseas? Check out our Traveler’s Prayer Amulets that have the traditional prayer and is decorated with floral designs. These items are great gift ideas for the loved one who is constantly traveling.
World of Judaica also has amulets for diving blessing. These amulets feature the text of the Priestly Blessing and are decorated with floral patterns and Jerusalem as well as Kabbalistic names of G-d. Do you know a couple who has just been married or will be having a wedding in the near future? Give a gift of a gold or sterling silver amulet with prayers for a happy marriage and happy, healthy children.
Many people wish to change their luck and World of Judaica has amulets that are designed to help change their luck. These amulets feature Kabbalistic prayers and are decorated with Judaica items such as Menorahs and Hamsas, two traditional symbols of good luck in Judaism.
We at World of Judaica invite you to browse our vast selection of amulets and good luck charms. If you have any questions about Judaism, visit our education pages. For other questions, please contact us via email, phone or live chat and a customer service representative will be happy to address your concerns.