Tagged: health


Dog Superstitions Unleashed

Early Morning Barks and Bad Omens Beware the early-morning barker! According to superstition, running into a noisy dog at the crack of dawn spells bad luck. It seems not all dogs are morning enthusiasts!...


Cat Superstitions

View Superstitions About Beyond the enigma of black cats, superstitions surrounding cats in general are equally diverse and intriguing. Let’s unravel the tales and beliefs that make cats central figures in folklore. Nine Lives...


Fish and Fishing

Good luck omens: Putting a coin on a float. Throw back the first fish you catch then you’ll be lucky the whole day fishing. A fish should always be eaten from the head toward...



Seeing a single crow is very unlucky. Two crows mean good luck! Three  means health, Four means wealth, Five is sickness & Six mean death! If you see three black crows together that means...

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Surgery and Wounds

A Russian superstitions says: Never demonstrate another’s surgery or wound on your own body with your hand or other means as you are likely to visit that upon yourself. You may try to remedy...

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If you catch a falling leaf on the first day of autumn you will not catch a cold all winter.



Ukrainians believe that if you have the hiccups, someone is thinking of you. If you are having hiccups, your true love is thinking of you. Reader Submitted by Bonny F. Ottawa, IL Cures: Take...

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Ascension Day

According to the Christian calendar, Ascension Day represents the day Christ ascended to heaven and occurs on the Thursday following the fifth Sunday after Easter. Working on Ascension Day is bad luck and brings...

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A frog coming into the house is lucky – some say good luck, some say bad luck. Finding a frog outside is lucky. Touching a frog makes you infertile. Carrying the bones of a...