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
#SuperstitionSat Spooky Season Highlights: Charms, Spells & Amulets Against Evil
Well, hello there! So glad that you have joined us again today for another round of Highlights. Yesterday (01/10/22), we kicked off Spooky Season at Superstition Saturday with Charms, Spells & Amulets Against Evil to keep us protected from harm throughout the spoopy month of October! Then, without any further ado, here are just a … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Spooky Season Highlights: Charms, Spells & Amulets Against Evil
CRAFTS MONTH SPECIAL: Folklore Objects of Tailors, Spinners & Weavers
Welcome to our fourth and last blog post in our Crafts Month Special – in partnership with the Folklore Museums Network! Throughout the month of August, we featured charms, amulets and other folklore objects housed in Museum collections, selected by Dr Peter Hewitt from the Folklore Museums Network database. This week (27/08/22), our theme on … Continue reading CRAFTS MONTH SPECIAL: Folklore Objects of Tailors, Spinners & Weavers
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