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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Superstitions Superstition; is the belief in supernatural causality - that one event causes another without any natural process linking the two events-such as astrology, religion, omens, witchcraft prophecies, etc., that contradicts natural science. Fun Fact! Common superstitions Friday the 13th Black cats bring bad luck. This top superstitions study by Uk's Richard Wiseman, indicates the extent to which people will go for their superstitious beliefs. This study was also conducted to see the percentage of people who are lucky and unlucky;and what their superstitious beliefs are. Make a wish atand it will come true. There are many buildings that don't have a 13th floor as well airports that don't have a 13th gate due to the fear that this day is evil and brings bad luck. on a shooting star Carrying a lucky charm-24% 703 The results showedthat people create their own luck, people who are lucky tend to have superstitious behaviors that bring them good luck, while unlucky people tend to believe in unlucky superstitious behaviors. Worried about the number 13- 25% Touching wood- 86% Crossing fingers-64% Walking under a ladder-49% Breaking a mirror-34% 666= Satan A jinx; in popular superstition and folklore,is: A type of curse placed on a person that makes them prey to many minor misfortunes and other forms of bad luck. Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. Wearing a item that fits in to each of these categories on your wedding day will bring your marriage good luck. Finding a four leaf clover brings good luck. India is a very superstitious country. For example: If you sneezeright before you are about to leave the house you could become possessed by demons unless you do the following:1. Take off your shoes.2. Go to the kitchen and drink a glass of water or throw salt over your shoulder.Congratulations you are now demon freeand able to leave the house! or
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