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The protective power of silver also coincides in the West. According to the Web MD, a reputable online medical website:
'[S]ulfadiazine is bioactive and in sufficient concentration readily kills bacteria in vitro. Silver also kills bacteria in external wounds in living tissue, so physicians use wound dressings containing silver sulfadiazine .......it works by stopping the growth of bacteria that may infect an open wound. This helps to decrease the risk of the bacteria spreading to surrounding skin, or to the blood where it can cause a serious blood infection (sepsis)."
Personally speaking, I came to believe in the protective power of silver when my car once flew to a ditch on a bitter cold day of Minnesota winter. My silver sack, containing a prayer, and hanging from a rear-view mirror, landed on my chest, thus preventing me from being injured. I question why, of all the loose items careening about in the passenger compartment that very item had an affinity to be so close to me when my welfare was in danger? I must admit it was a golden 'silver' minute even though I knew that my silver sack was nothing but a panacea, real or imagined, for my distressed emotions following the accident.
IV. Hand of Fatima vs. Biometrics
Hands have long performed many soul-reflecting acts. It can be as a seal of friendship or alliance, for holding tools, feeling the skin of a partner as an attribute of compassion to name a few. The hand is also a symbol and amulet throughout the Mediterranean world. The Hand of Fatima in Islam, the Hand of Miriam or the Hamsa Hand in Judaism contained within a Star of David are popular apostrophic amulets for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. In Jewish families Hamesh hands can be found in the form of ceramic wall plaques in which a hand-lettered Hebrew prayer occupies the center of the palm.