What is an amulet and how does it differ from an amulet and a talisman?
A talisman is some sort of thing or a little crotch, maybe even a needle that brings good luck. Giving hope for something. Mostly charged or conspired thing.
Preserving is a thing for protection, from damage, from the evil eye and all harmful influences. It also helps from enemies. It is also used by knowledgeable people.
An amulet is something that wears as taming to be sewn up with something like a cross, or a garter on a hand. Also, any ring that protects a person
Charm, talisman and amulet are all completely different things. A talisman is a thing only for protection, mainly directed action, i.e. protection from something specific. Talisman - can not only protect the owner, but also bring good luck, help in resolving life's difficulties. A talisman, unlike an amulet, can be worn by almost anyone. An amulet, possessing the properties of a talisman, at the same time is often tuned to only one owner and performs not one function, but several: both to protect the owner and to strengthen a person's own volitional qualities, influence (influence) on others.
A talisman is any thing that, to one degree or another, protects you from evil. As for the amulet and talisman, it seems to me that these things are a little more "advanced" - they can also provide some kind of third-party capabilities. In the Middle Ages, the then sorcerers wore amulets, suggesting that with them their magical power becomes even greater.
These are essentially different concepts. Let's start with a talisman. Saving is not only a thing, but also a word, a prayer, a blessing of parents, that is, it is a spiritual protective ritual performed by a mother or a magician for a certain person and is given a verbal key to activate, approximately like a mantra Indians. A talisman can be any object that you think brings you luck, and only your faith makes it active. The most laborious and energy-consuming is an amulet, this is a specially selected subject of power, be it runes, a cross, a symbol made by a master on gold, silver e, copper, stone. that is on any solid material that can accumulate and accumulate energy. The exact time, the phase of the moon or the planet that forms the basis, the exact rite of initiation and enchantment, bringing the gift of spirit to the spirit that will accompany the amulet in time , and fine tuning for human blood, since amulets are made for quite a long time, sometimes by year. That is, it is made for transmission by genus; the older the amulet, the stronger and stronger it can be.
guarding this is what protects a person, helps him avoid trouble, defend himself from evil, resist enemies, both visible and invisible. Usually, the guardian is perceived as a subject of the material world. And in this regard, the concept of guardian is consonant with the concept of an amulet. Amulet is called
Certain thing designed to protect e owner.
The talisman is prayer, conspiracy, spells, gestures, etc.
Well, for example, throw salt over the left shoulder, I think everyone’s Grandmother said so :)
when the black cat crossed the road. And vice versa, the first thing to do is to let the cat into the new house or apartment of the cat, where the cat will lay down the bed, the same ward. The same numbers may be a ward, for example, truckers meet the 44 and 44 numbers.
Even the stork's nest also guarded.
Not every amulet and spell is considered a talisman. It is not considered to be a charm of a spell, with the aim of leading damage and all that.
The talisman is not only an object that brings good luck, but also a symbol. So some of the tribes considered animals to be their patrons, totem animals.
For example: a lynx it will be carved from wood in the shape of a lynx, etc.
on the other hand, taismans cannot have prayers, spells, plots and magical
it's a talisman
These are amulets from the evil eye
it is a Slavic amulet
In fact, everything is a little more complicated, pagans who believed and worshiped their gods believed that any thing that helps a person has a soul, every amulet that brings good luck, a charm that protects from all wickedness, is a thing that is the place where the soul is kept. and as this soul is already located to you, it will continue to lead the guardian in itself, it can protect, and maybe vice versa
if you go deep into all this, then this is something like Indian masks, which in essence cannot be transmitted and given to someone, each of them took a part of the soul from its creator and it is impossible to guess with what thoughts that person was
So this is the same thing. All this is a magical object that protects its master or brings him good luck. Also charms bring good luck, warn of danger, improve well-being.
The very word "amulet" already carries something magical. Both the concept and the word itself are much older than the other words you mentioned. The main difference between a talisman and a talisman or amulet is that the amulet must be constant and always be with you or with the object of which it protects. The amulet is a sentry who will never let evil force into your thoughts, actions or your home, a hearth that protects. If from this point of view, a pectoral cross is most suitable for the concept of a talisman, and an icon that your parents blessed you with is the talisman of the house.
Talismans and amulets can be given and passed on. They carry a carryover luck for its current owner. These can be all kinds of man-made products that carry the energy of the master who made it, or various objects infected with energy on the way to the owner. We most often get such items from people who have a charge of strength and energy greater than ours - this is very important. After all, if your flow of energy is greater than that of the person who is giving you the amulet of good luck, then nothing will come of your flow of failures; it will block the flow of energy emanating from such an amulet and, in simple terms, the amulet will not work.
Amulet, amulet, talisman - all this is essentially the bottom and also, since faith in them replaces faith in God. In fact, this is a violation of the First Commandment of God:
Therefore, it is far from harmless to use such things.