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How Superstious Are You?

Don’t Step on A Crack!

I can remember back in the day walking to school and if I should dare to step on a crack I would quickly step back a step or two to avoid it. The penalty, at least in my 10 year old mind if I didn’t, something serious and unpleasant would happen to me or to someone in my family. Funny how superstions stay with us even when we become adults.

Have you ever knocked on wood or thrown salt over your shoulder to ensure good luck?  Superstitious beliefs have been around for thousands of years. Whether you regard them as “old wives’ tales” or believe in their mystical meanings.

Here are a few popular superstitions

Many people anticipate bad luck on Friday the 13th. The number 13 is believed by some to be so unlucky that many buildings do not have a 13th floor and many cities don’t have a 13th street or avenue.

A black cat crossing your path is seen by some people as a sign of bad luck. Tradition holds that when a black cat walks toward you, it brings good fortune, but when it walks away, it takes away your good fortune.

According to some folklore followers, if you break a mirror, you will have bad luck for seven years. On the other hand, rubbing a rabbit’s foot will bring good luck, plentiful crops, many children and prosperity. (If you’re holding a rabbit’s foot think about what good luck it brought to the rabbit.) Tossing spilled salt over your left shoulder, is said to bring good luck.

Tradition holds that if your left palm itches, you will lose money, but if your right palm itches, you will receive money. Many people avoid walking under a ladder because the triangle it creates with the wall and ground is considered a symbol of life, and walking through this triangle is akin to tempting one’s fate.

Some people hang a horeshoe above the doorway to bring good luck to a home. Some even believe the shoe must be turned upward or the luck will spill out. Finding a four leaf clover is a sign of good luck coming your way. Knock on wood while talking to avoid jinxing a good fortune.

If two people pull apart a dried turkey or chicken breastbone while making a wish, the person who gets the longer piece will supposedly have their wish come true.

I’m sure you have some favorite “good luck” beliefs not listed here. Please share with me your favorite sure fire ways to avoid bad luck or assure good luck.

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