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The word Mojo has its roots in voodoo but was adopted into the early blues culture and refers to one's sexual prowess. Apparently Jim Morrison was thinking of the second meaning when he created an ingenious anagram of his name by re-arranging the letters to spell "Mr. Mojo Risin."
But I got sidetracked yet again, my "mojo" amulet was designed as a wide-eyed staring back amulet. Handmade by the artist, starting with an antique telescope lens and a small Willard Tablets tin can lid. To which I added a very old image of the eye from a 100+ old medical encyclopedia.
Under the glass is a small chamber where 5 metal beads move freely around inside. You can shake or swirl this to rouse the energy of the talisman. Below hang several handmade metal and beaded symbolic charms: spirals, fish, snake and a very old glass watch vial with tiny sea glass from a beautiful beach in Kauai.
Comes on a 20" steel ball chain with the charms slightly off center to throw that evil eye doer off balance. Signed by the artist. You will treasure this quirky creation.
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MOJO ojo amuleta........ quirky evil eye TALISMAN necklace - protection AMULET - unusual, odd, strange
- Handmade item
- Materials: steel ball chain, tin can, watch vial, metal charms, talisman, amulet, assemblage jewelry, glass lens, lens
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