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Beliefs about rings and wedding rings

Many people wear rings as ornaments and have no idea what magical powers these objects have. Rings are considered a symbol of power. There are many examples when a ring can attract success and protect you from danger. If you wear such ornaments, it is necessary to understand what energy is embedded in them.

According to folk beliefs, a ring inherited from a mother has powerful magical protection. Tai can protect you from misfortune and help you solve complex problems. It is believed that such a ring can bring you success and protect you from ill-wishers and envious people. Such a ring is passed down from generation to generation and has ancestral power. Such ornaments should not be given to people who are not related. If it is given to a stranger, he can only have trouble.

If such a ring is inherited by a deceased person, it must be consecrated in a church. There are many examples where personal items and especially jewelry of deceased people carry dead energy that can negatively affect the person.

Found rings, rings and other ornaments should not be worn, they need energy and can have a bad effect on the person who wears them.

There is also a belief that wedding rings should not be given to other people to try on because you can have problems in your married life.

Wedding rings are a symbol of unity and love. If a wedding ring is lost, this event portends separation from a loved one.

If a ring falls during a wedding ceremony, it is considered a bad omen. And portends a divorce.

Rings that have been reworked and remade should not be worn by newlyweds, otherwise they will only bring misfortune and disappointment.

Prosperity will bring you rings donated by parents who have reached a silver wedding.

The power of rings should not be overlooked either, they are considered a symbol of power, might and protection. In difficult times, the ring can protect you and help you solve problems.

Believe in the power of your ring and thank it when it brings you success.