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Women who gave birth in all societies used various amulets and amulets to make birth easier, and they continue to do so. There are several examples of this in history:
Ancient Egypt: Bes, the sacred dystrophic dwarf, believed to bring good luck to women who gave birth. Sculpture of Thoeris, the god of birth with a pregnant woman body and hippopotamus head.
Assyria and Babylon: Meshum gnome of Palestine, son of Hanbi, the king of wind goblins, yüzlü Pazuzzu korkunç statue with scary faces, four wings, bird legs, animal claws and scorpion tails. Pazuzzu was the protector of pregnant women against cin Lamashtu dişi, a female genie who attacked and abused women who gave birth.
Old Italy: A beautifully stylized bronze amulet symbolizing the universe, human, uterus and fetus.
Scandinavia: The statue of Frey, Sweden's god of fertility and birth. Freyda, the brother of the goddess, who demanded abundant children and easy birth, is the goddess of fertility and love. The figurine was hung on the neck or held on the palm during childbirth.
Japan : Japanese women hold the shell "Koyasugai" in their hands for easy birth. “Koyasugai” means easy birth in Japanese.
Aetites: Throughout history, the most widely used birth amulet from east to west is Aetites (Eagle Stone).
Fatma Ana Eli: It has been widely used all over the world and in Anatolia and is still in use. This is a plant root that looks like a hand when it is thrown into the water. It is put in the water during labor and it is believed that as it swells and opens, the collum will also open.
Margaret Saints of Margareth. ”And“ St. Joseph's 7-Knot Rope can be counted among the easy birth amulets. Amulets and amulets were arranged on a belt and wrapped around the pregnant belly. In ancient Palestine, Germany and Denmark, snakeskin generations were used.
In addition, since the Old Rome, pregnant with her husband's wool belt is still living in Anatolia. Today, there are amulets folded in a triangular shape with read papers.