Tiger's Eye is another crystal that has been prized by ancient civilisations for centuries, the Egyptians believed it symbolised divine vision and so gave the statues of their gods eyes made of Tiger's Eye. It was believed to combine the power of their sun god Ra and their earth god Geb. The Romans also loved Tiger's Eye, they carried it into battle to give themselves courage and to deflect weapons. The Chinese believed Tiger's Eye would restore the balance of the Yin and Yang energies, and they linked it with their sacred animal the Tiger. Ancient cultures also used Tigers Eye as a means to decide if someone was trustful and reliable, and it was also a popular feature in voodoo rituals. Tigers Eye was believed to be a strong protector against the Evil Eye, and was frequently used in amulets for warding off bad luck and curses. It is thought to bring good luck and prosperity to the wearer. The most common colour of Tiger's Eye is golden, but Blue Tiger's Eye is also popular, and is the colour that Tiger's Eye is before turning to the more well known, golden colour.