We're finally back with another in-house blog article — the first one after our relaunch as Superstition Sam! In this short essay, we'll be exploring some examples of charms and lucky figurines of saints, including new contemporary superstitions trusted by theists and atheists alike. And to show you that you don't need to fear (because … Continue reading Succour From The Saints: The Peaceful Co-Existence of Superstition and Religion
The first look of Superstition Sam, by illustrator Rhi Wynter. Thank you all for these past two and a half years of #SuperstitionSat! Thank you for your time, your loyalty and support. There were bumps along the road, like a perpetual confusion with our hashtag and we never really reached the numbers of other days … Continue reading THANK YOU!
GUEST BLOG: Werewolves in the Folklore and History of Flanders
Welcome to another Guest Blog article – delving into some wary tales of werewolves from the region of Flanders, as written by Signe Maene. If you would like to submit an article, please tell us about your proposal using the form on the Contact page and we will be in touch. Thank you for reading! … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Werewolves in the Folklore and History of Flanders
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