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 Highlights: Martinmas, The Time Of Bonfires & Lanterns
Hello, and welcome to another round of Highlights of our #SuperstitionSat Sessions on Twitter! Yesterday (05/11/22), we gathered around the fire to hear some of your tales of BONFIRES & LANTERNS and to commemmorate the festivities of MARTINMAS. This is a European festive season that begins on the 1st of November in some regions, and … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Highlights: Martinmas, The Time Of Bonfires & Lanterns
#SuperstitionSat Spooky Season Highlights: Get Thee Behind Me! Superstitions of Old Nick
Good afternoon, or should we say... bad afternoon? Because today, we shall be looking at the Highlights of our ultimate Spooky Season Session on Twitter, featuring none other than Old Nick, Old Scratch—the Devil himself! Yesterday (29/10/22), we read so many tales that surround this ancient character. Some, quite fearful, but others shockingly hilarious, leading … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Spooky Season Highlights: Get Thee Behind Me! Superstitions of Old Nick
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