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Russians tend to have a lot of superstitions and are terrified of bad luck, and some of them are quite silly from an outsider’s perspective. My family is Russian, so I thought it would be fun to share some of the superstitions I grew up with. Spit 3 ...

13 Russian Superstitions I Grew Up With

Russians tend to have a lot of superstitions and are terrified of bad luck, and some of them are quite silly from an outsider’s perspective. My family is Russian, so I thought it would be fun to share some of the superstitions I grew up with.

Hair Customs and Superstitions....Crazy stuff!!

Hair Customs and Superstitions

A hat laying on a bed is considered a bad omen. People do not normally wear hats indoors; leaving a hat on a bed might suggest somebody had died. In Portugal, the superstition is that a hat on a bed fortells a family argument. Rodeo riders see a hat on the bed as a premonition of a rodeo injury or death.

13 Origin Stories Behind The Most Common Superstitions

A hat laying on a bed is considered a bad omen. People do not normally wear hats…

The History Of Holiday Superstitions ~ While we might not regard ourselves as superstitious, there are a number of holiday customs we enjoy which no longer have a basis in reality or fact....

Holiday Superstitions ~ break the beastbone with someone else and whomever gets the long pice gets their wish

Don't wash clothes on New Year's day because if you do the person whose clothes you wash could die sometime before the year is out!

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Letter Writers Alliance: Letter Superstitions

An Alliance for those who enjoy letter writing and postal adventures.

To the early superstitious southerners, "bed head" is the creepy sign of witches sneaking into your room and playing tricks on you while you sleep.  #theserpentsofbienville #alabama #superstition #folklore #witches #tricks #bedhead #southern

To the early superstitious southerners, "bed head" is the creepy sign of witches sneaking into your room and playing tricks on you while you sleep.

 Superstition: Knocking wood for luck may well come from times when people believed that trees served as the homes for protective spirits or gods. Since trees are so firmly rooted in the earth, knocking wood may have had the additional aspect of intensifying a wish.

Knocking wood for luck comes from times when people believed that trees served as the homes for protective spirits or gods. Since trees are so firmly rooted in the earth, knocking wood may have had the additional aspect of intensifying a wish.

Horseshoe Superstition Never have the horseshoe pointing down. Your luck will run out.

The horseshoe superstition is one of good luck and good fortune. The way the horseshoe is hung and displayed varies. Origin dates back to Saint Dunstan .

Superstitions Old Wives Tales Beliefs & Misconceptions A-L

A collection of superstitions, beliefs, and old wives tales from various cultures and eras. Includes wedding customs and superstitions and fears about death.

Golfers Superstitions brought to you by http://ift.tt/1vRjbig  IJP Design have teamed up with top Sports Psychologist Richard Collins to commission this infographic on Golfer Superstitions and provide the science behind them.

Golfers Superstitions brought to you by http://ift.tt/1vRjbig IJP Design have teamed up with top Sports Psychologist Richard Collins to commission this infographic on Golfer Superstitions and provide the science behind them.

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