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Top 10 strangest superstitions people actually believe



Superstition is an irrational belief in the supernatural that leads either to happiness or misfortune. Since the existence of humanity there is superstition. They are different in every culture and have played a major role in each of these cultures and societies. These are the 10 strangest superstitions in the world that people still believe.

10th Chewing gum

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Cannibalistic Chewing Gum Chews in Turkey

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Cannibalistic chewing gum chews in Turkey

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Maybe you also read some bizarre stories about gum.

. 9 Black Cat Superstition

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Black Cat Superstition

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Black Cat Superstition

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World opinion was always mixed about black cats Prehistoric, The fear of Cats started when our human ancestors had a problem with much larger cats, they were afraid of cats because they were not at the top of the food chain, so mistrust of cats arose.

In the Middle Ages, however, a black cat was a sign that death would come. It was believed that crossing a black cat and a black raven was a bad luck. The fear was spread by these dark cats, and that led to mass killing of these innocent creatures.
In our modern society, there are still a number of people who fear black cats. Some people also believe that black cats are associated with witchcraft.

. 8 Umbrella Superstition

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Umbrella Superstition

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Umbrella Superstition

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In some parts of the world, opening an umbrella in a house is considered extremely unlucky. The origins of this superstition came by the ancient Egyptians, at that time the screen was used to protect people of higher status from the sun, and not from the rain. Opening the umbrella in a house would annoy the sun god and he would punish them.

Others believe the umbrella superstition dates back to the 18th century, where a waterproof umbrella with metal spikes was popular. Opening such an umbrella would harm people in a house or in a confined space due to its size and metal tips.

It is also believed that if the weather would rain on a particular day and you would take your umbrella with you then it will not rain. But if you leave your umbrella at home, it will actually rain.

. 7 Even number of flowers

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Traditionally, a steady number of flowers combine with death because 4, 6, and 8 flowers, not an odd number, appear at the funeral.

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Traditionally, death is associated with an even number of flowers, because at the funeral 4, 6, 8 flowers, not an odd number, appear.

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Giving flowers in Russia is a traditional one honored and there are hundreds of flower stalls in each street. However, there is a condition behind the act of flowers, you have to give an odd number of flowers.

If you decide to give flowers to a woman in Russia, an odd number of 1 to 1001 flowers is a symbol of happiness. Despite another superstition, to reward a woman in Russia with 13 roses, is actually good luck and better than 12 roses to send. Giving a rose means "You are everything I have" and giving 5 flowers means "I love you". An even number of flowers represents death, as there is an even number of flowers during the funerals.

. 6 Wedding superstition

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Wedding Superstition

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Wedding Superstition

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In many cultures and countries, such as Russia, it is considered fortunate when it rains on your wedding represents a symbol of wealth and happiness for the bride and groom. It also represents fertility and means that you will have children in the future and washes away all the bad memories for a complete new beginning of your life.

Rain is unlucky in other countries. It is believed that the rain on a wedding day represents the number of tears the bride will shed during her wedding.

. 5 Igniting three cigarettes with one stroke Superstition

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Revive Three Cigarettes With A Pitch Superstition

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Lighting Three Cigarettes With A Prank Superstition

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Lighting Three Cigarettes, also referred to as the third in a match or unfortunate third light, is considered unlucky. It dates back to World War I, and the soldiers believed that when three of they would burn their cigarettes in the same game, one of them would be killed or the third at the game would be shot. They believed that the prank of a game would alert an enemy sniper to their location w ill.

4. Twelve Grape Superstition

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Twelve Grape Superstition

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Twelve Grape Superstition

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Twelve grapes are eaten at midnight on New Year's Eve In Spain, both are Traditions as well as superstitions dating back to 1895. The twelve grapes are fortunate for 12 months.

On New Year's Eve, thousands of people gather in Puerto del Sol, Spain to sing, dance, have fun and eat 12 grapes while drinking a glass of champagne. If a person eats a grape for each of the twelve chimes, they will have a happy and successful year.

. 3 Bird Poop Superstition

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Bird Poop Superstition

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Bird Poop Superstition

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A bird that tilts your head or your head while walking Drop body As a sign of bliss, the area where sailors put their boats in a birdcage was banned until the next rainstorm.

2. Kelp superstition

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Algae Superstition

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Algae Superstition

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Eating kelp The soup in the day or the night before the big test is unfortunate in Korea and they believe the soup will let the information slip out of your head.

Instead, you should eat sticky food like toffee or sticky sweets.

. 1 Covering up your thumb while passing graveyard

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It is believed in Japan that if you ever pass a graveyard, you have to put your thumbs in your hand to protect your parents from death.

The word thumb in Japanese is translated as "parent finger". By putting your thumb in your hand, you are basically protecting your parents from death.


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