The open hand symbolism, known as the hand of all goddesses, is one of the most special symbolisms with a history of 4000 years. The hand of Isis, one of the goddess archetypes, is identified with figures such as the hand of Aphrodite.
In Judaism it is the Hand of Miriam (the sister of the prophet Moses), and in Christianity it is the hand of Mary.
The hand of Mother Fatma, also known as the hamsa (meaning the number five), was widely used in Anatolia and Islamic tradition. It is almost a universal symbol with the energy of power, fertility, endurance and motherhood.
Meals are made and healings are distributed with the sayings "It is not my hand, but Fatma's hand" that has survived until today.
This symbolism carries the belief of a holy hand beyond the mind, like a talisman.
It is a symbol of luck, abundance, peace and good luck. The symbolism of the eye, positioned in the center of the hand, means "the all-seeing eye". It is believed that it will bring luck, abundance, fertility and good luck, and also protect from the evil eye.