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 Highlights: World Tour 2022 – North America & Europe
Happy Sunday! Welcome to our pick of the Highlights of our last World Tour Session, looking at superstitions from North America and the European Continent. This was the final stop of our digital adventure around the globe to discover all the wonderful beliefs of the varied cultures of our planet. Our first Highlight was shared … Continue reading #SuperstitionSat Highlights: World Tour 2022 – North America & Europe
GUEST BLOG: Avoiding Bad Luck in Urban Spaces – The Superstition of Manhole Covers
Welcome to our third guest blog post – looking at the curious case of manhole cover superstitions, as written by Hildegunn M.S. Traa. If you would like to submit an article, please tell us about your proposal using the form on the Contact page or by sending us a message on Twitter, and we will … Continue reading GUEST BLOG: Avoiding Bad Luck in Urban Spaces – The Superstition of Manhole Covers
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