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Thursday, March 05, 2020

The Blue Eye Beads...

These seem to be in Vogue......

What do you think about this trend and about the blue eye beads?





41 comments:

  1. Totally indifferent to this bead,seen like fashion to me

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    1. Anything anyone feels will help them spiritually, without the involvement of God is idolatry. I remember I bought this some years back and put in front of my door. People should be careful because the devil enters into people in a cunning way.

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  2. Once anything is in vogue, I don't wear it.
    Once the crowd is trooping to one lane, I exit that lane. I like to be distinct and I am. 😏😏

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  3. It's either JAZZ or a scam! If it actually keeps your man hooked as it claims to do, then it's mos' def jazz and you can't convince me otherwise.

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  4. I think it's just fashion accessories expect when it's fortified.

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  5. This creepy looking thing that looks like it’s watching you... God forbid.
    There are better looking beads abeg.
    I heard some of them have jazz sef.

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  6. Looks catchy. Would love to have one.

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    1. Wish to d rescueπŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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  8. Is it not these Jaruma sells 50k, 100k etc. All these things are scams, just use as fashion accessory if you like them. Its not more than $5 if you buy from Dubai. They now bring it here and claim it is fortified to catch men or for favour.
    Someone was complaining on a blog i read that the one she bought from Jaruma didn't do nada, that its even changing colour. Another said she bought products to keep her husband from cheating. She said his cheating is even worse now.

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    1. It is not even more than $3 if you buy from Turkey.

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  9. Jazz that is on jumia n kings, is that one jazz, if its fortified n potent as they claim, whh are their men still cheating n marrying extra wives? Why is it that most wearers are not on Forbes ..hahahahaha make una leave me o

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    1. Don't mind them, the lady is a scam. If its really working why didn't she may a billionaire herself. Instead of a young guy she is obviously the one financing him. she claim its cos shes running from polygamy. If your products really work, your billionaire husband wont marry another wife.

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    2. She's running from polygamy? Is she his first wife? Is she his only wife? Was it not after having 2children for him that he pitied her and married her?
      I wonder how gullible people can be! How can people be asking someone who's trekking to put them in a plane!...

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    3. I don't use these beads, but Mama Mia stop with the false claims. Anon 16:48 is more correct about she financing the young guy. But they married way before giving birth to her twins. The guy no get choice cuz she's the one paying the bills

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  10. One Angela sells it on facebook and she makes a lot of money from it.both the born again Christians patronize her too.

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    1. Angela nwosu. She calls herself digital ogbanje.

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    2. My dear, I stumbled upon her page yesterday and I wept as I saw many people I know begging in her comment section to do one thing or the other for them

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  11. Have it at home self..Bought likealready.misplaced one last year abi person steal ni....Blue eye is on Amazon,Alibaba n even Julia.. some come with the goodluck ,breaththough or money kit packages.

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  12. It’s clearly a scam. However the Turks and Greeks use it to wad evil away and it’s ridiculously cheap in these countries.

    Now I’m so surprised to see it’s expensive in Nigeria plus the special things it can do! Anyway, it’s usually gullible people that purchase it.

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  13. stella be asking amebo jamb question. your friend jarunma the mamalawo sells, you no ask her wetin e be?

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  14. its less than £1 on ebay.......

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  15. I sell blue eyes and its just to ward off evil or bad energy,its got nothing to do with a cheating man, do not be decieved..and its just 2500.

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  16. A bracelet that brings goodluck bla bla you don't need a soothsayer to tell you that it is jazzz!

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  17. They are called evil eye, and they are meant to protect you from the evil eye. They are very popular in the Mediterranean and the Middle East.

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  18. The reason I dont wear jewelry. Most of these jewelries are from the marine. Shebi Jarumma is telling you people to seek knowledge. Please seek knowledge true true and if God open your eyes eh, you will see that most of these things are entrapment than freedom.

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  19. This is not new, it might just have become trendy to some people. Some one is trying to push this by repackaging and advertising it. In England if you look up as you enter any indian or pakistani shop/supermarket you would see it hanging near the door or near the cash till or being worn on their wrist. It has been around for yonks. They have the hanging version. They say it is to ward off evil spirit and bring good luck, whatever juju na juju. I can see the devil's deception creeping in, where Christians would buy in to this thinking it is just a fashion trend, it is not, however it is being marketed as such. Let us be careful anout such things, lest we open doors to other spirits. Ignorance is not bliss here. I think even the arabs use it as well.

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  20. This is my first time to see and heard about this thing.

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  21. I am just seeing this for the first time oooo

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  22. Yes it's an amulet or talisman originating from Ottoman empire (Turkey) that symbolizes evil eye - energy to ward off back luck & drive away negative forces away from who is wearing it, or hanging it in the house.
    It reinforces the wearer/ user belief in protection from bad vibes & evil things.

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  23. Blue eye has been in existence for millions of years especially in the middle and far east regions of the world. It is believed to ward off evil and bad belle people. It is just to the middle easterners what your Chosen/winners stickers and Holy water and Rosary are to Pentecostals and Catholics. It is not juju. It is just a people's belief and way of life. It costs less than a $1 on aliexpress and should not be as expensive as fake Nigerian vendors are making it. It has no power to entrap rich men or poor men. I learned how to wear it from my Persian friends in California. They also wear the hands of Hamza and so many other figures of protection. I wear it because I agree that too many people are evil in today's world and don't wish others well.

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