Western Superstitions: Pointless to just crazy superstitions to read on your Kobo by Janette Soleman

Western Superstitions: Pointless to just crazy superstitions to read on your Kobo

byJanette Soleman

Kobo ebook | October 19, 2013

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Thousands of crazy and pointless superstitions people believed in, or still believe today, conveniently categorized.

Superstitions include:

Seeing a spider run down a web in the afternoon means you'll take a trip.
A cat will try to take the breath from a baby
An acorn should be carried to bring luck and ensure a long life.
A fish should always be eaten from the head toward the tail.
The dried body of a frog worn in a silk bag around the neck averts epilepsy and other fits. 
Pulling out a gray or white hair will cause ten more to grow in its place.
The moon seen over the right shoulder brings good luck; over the left shoulder, ill luck.
If the right foot itches, it is a sign you will go where you will be welcome; if the left foot itches, it is a sign you will go where you are unwelcome.

Title:Western Superstitions: Pointless to just crazy superstitions to read on your KoboFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 19, 2013Publisher:Vindo BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990006856781

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