All About Luck

Lucky Horseshoes Symbol of Protection and Luck Originated from Europe Folklore/Superstitions: According to legend, St Dunstan encountered the Devil when he was a blacksmith before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury. The legend recounts that, one day, the Devil walked into Dunstan's shop and asked him to shoe his horse. St Dunstan pretended not to recognize him, and agreed to the request; but rather than nailing the shoe to the horse's hoof, he nailed it to the Devil's own foot, causing him great...
Rabbits And Their Lucky Feet Fertility, Wealth, Abundance and Procreation and Luck Originated from Europe Folklore/Superstitions: According to an old English belief, if you say “rabbit, rabbit, rabbit” out loud, on the first day of the month, you will enjoy good luck that month. It’s important to note that these must be the first words you say upon waking up that day. In some parts of Northern Europe it was customary to give a child a white rabbit as a gift....
Lucky Eggs Symbol of Wealth, Health, Fertility, Purity, Rebirth and Luck Originated from Europe Folklore/Superstitions: In ancient times, eggs were key ingredients in spells that brought good fortune, and helped in getting rid of bad energy surrounding you. They were also used in magical rituals to promote fertility and restore virility, look into the future, bring good weather, encourage growth of crops, protect both cattle and children against misfortune, and ward off the dreaded evil eye. For instance, a bride would break...