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Exploring superstitions

Geoffrey Palmer

Exploring superstitions

by Geoffrey Palmer

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Published by Odhams in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGeoffrey Palmer and Noel Lloyd ; illustrated by Sylvia and Cyril Deakins.
ContributionsLloyd, Noel̈.
The Physical Object
Pagination96p.,ill.,22cm
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18161122M

Dani had read a page book (more like a dictionary) called Superstitions, Sayings and Other Stuff and she had tried to prove they weren't true. She had walked under ladders. She had adopted a black cat. She had stepped on cracks. And so far, she was going well. Dani thought this superstition was the silliest yet. Every superstition has an interesting story to tell, a story of when and how it originated, how it spread and turned into a tradition. Did you just say, all superstitions are fake? Well, that's what you say. But superstitions they say something different something you must listen to So read on to know all that you need to, about superstitions and their origins.

As a research project, I suggest you try to find out where each of the following superstitions came from: A black cat crossing in front of you means you will have bad luck. Friday the 13th is an unlucky day. Spilling the salt will bring bad luck. A horseshoe with the open end pointing upward will bring good luck. A writer and TedX speaker, Jay has dedicated his career towards exploring the unknown and educating the masses about paranormal reality. He believes in the power of knowledge over fear and strives to bust the prevalent myths and superstitions about the paranormal in our country.

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