The tradition of tying red threads to the left wrist is not accidentally associated with Israel. According to legend, the progenitor of the Jewish family, the great Rachel died in childbirth and was buried near Jerusalem. The red thread was wrapped 7 times around the tomb of Rachel and divided into many threads that convey to us the light and power of good Rachel, protect our children and ourselves from evil. Quite often you can find people with a red thread tied around their left wrist. Most believe that this is a charm from a bad eye, but in fact the meaning of the red thread is much deeper and more symbolic.