Regardless of which stone arrowheads are carved from, Native Americans have long believed that wearing a hand-carved arrowhead, as a talisman around the neck, is a symbol of protection, courage and strength.
- They also believed that the arrowhead protected them from illness and acted as a guard against the Evil Eye.
- It symbolized courage, strength, and protection. Native Americans believed the arrowhead could deflect negative energy and allow the wearer to absorb their enemy's power.
- Through the decades, the arrowhead has continued to be worn or carried by many. To find an arrowhead is often associated with good luck.
- Superstitions surrounding this arrowhead is focused on the origin of this weapon.
- Some arrowheads have been made from wonderful stone such as quartz. In ancient Greece the arrowhead was made of bronze and they were often triangular in shape.