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Superstition By D.j.W.
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SUPERSTITION.... the book of Witches, Warlocks, Werewolves and Vampires. This is a collection of those things of the night, them creatures whom worship the midnight hour. They whom prey, and... More > they whom will eat and suck the life from your soul. Read of what will find the unweary, the lost and the damned. Read.... ....SUPERSTITION< Less
Curiosities of Superstition By W. H. Davenport Adams
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Curiosities of Superstition and sketches of some Unrevealed Religions. Written by W. H. Davenport Adams. AUTHOR OF “HEROES OF THE CROSS,” ETC. William Henry Davenport Adams (W. H.... More > Davenport Adams), was an English writer and journalist of the 19th century, notable for a number of his publications.< Less
Book Of Superstitions By Camille Abou Jamra
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Superstitions consist of a huge number of signs and symbols which people watch to expand good luck or to stay away from bad luck. The “Book of Superstitions” is a compilation of 1000s of... More > them subdivided into categories covering various facets of our daily life. Did you know that... - It is bad luck to light three cigarettes with the same match. - Peel an onion, burn the skin, play the lotto, you’re sure to win! - If a candle flame suddenly turns blue, there's a ghost nearby. - A pot of gold is at the end of a rainbow. - Having a few grams of sea salt inside your wallet attracts wealth luck. - It is believed that eating peaches gives you wisdom. - Kicking a cat brings Rheumatism - If you count the cars of a passenger train, you will hear of a death. - Put your right shoe on first or you would die early - It is very unlucky to sit cross-legged when playing cards. - A woman in labor should put on her husband's slippers. - If a bird hits the window, someone will die.< Less
Curiosities of Superstition By W. H. Davenport Adams
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Going into the realm of other religions and cultures Adams discovers some superstitions and their sometimes shocking origins. Many common held beliefs are rooted in old mystical sources and many of... More > us hang on to them very dearly. Where does your favourite superstition emerge from?< Less
Current Superstitions By Fanny D. Bergen
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Superstitions often generate curiosity and sometimes leave the unasked question of what facts, if any, lie behind them. Perhaps there is more to them than meets the eye. Here is a collection of... More > superstitions from various parts of the United States which were popular a century ago. Some are still familiar today; some are intriguing and others may be worth trying. This collection looks at superstitions for all aspects of daily life.< Less
The price of Superstition By Klaudio Zic
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9-11 There is a price to superstition. The USA paid with the WTC. Namely, there is not one single astrologer on the American continent . Eris 0 altitude W in Cetus NYC + Osama Moon χ1... More > Orionis = WTC 9-11< Less
Demonology of Superstition By Klaudio Zic
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In order to reestablish the original global mind, True Mind has devised reality rendering against scientific astrology. These future-rendering and future-scanning methods have been determined in... More > great detail as RTRRT and the international Academic Zodiac system.< Less
Omens and Superstitions of Southern India By Edgar Thurston
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Ethnographic Notes in Southern India. With 40 plates. Second Impression. Demy 8vo, cloth. 7s. 6d. net. This volume represents the results of many years of research into South Indian manners and... More > customs, surviving, moribund, or deceased. Among the subjects dealt with are:—Some marriage customs; death ceremonies; omens, evil eye, charms, animal superstitions, sorcery, etc.; votive offerings; deformity and mutilation; torture in by-gone days, and a few stray survivals; corporal punishment in vernacular schools; slavery; making fire by friction; fire-walking; hook-swinging; infanticide; meriah sacrifice; dress; names of natives; the couvade; earth-eating; boomerang; steelyards, clepsydras, knuckle-dusters, cock-fighting, tallies, dry-cupping.< Less
Several Strange Superstitions By Nathanial Iannacchione
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This book lists a few extravagant superstition –type scenarios, all made up by Nathanial, the author. All the made up superstitions are of course not real, but you can get a good kick out of... More > ‘em if you repeat them to someone else. Just remember to choose wisely, as some of these superstitions are not exactly the best things to try to achieve. Please, do not attempt anything you are about to read about in this book. This book may be disturbing to some readers.< Less
The Origin of the Werewolf Superstition By Caroline Taylor Stewart
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A werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope "wolf", and ἄνθρωπος, anthrōpos, "man"), is a mythological or folkloric human with the... More > ability to shapeshift into a wolf or a therianthropic hybrid wolf-like creature, either purposely or after being placed under a curse or affliction (e.g. via a bite or scratch from another werewolf). Early sources for belief in lycanthropy are Petronius and Gervase of Tilbury.< Less