Articles about the folklore surrounding lucky charms and other luck superstitions.
Horseshoes for Good Luck
Have you ever heard the old wives tale about hanging a horseshoe above your door for good luck? And have you ever wondered this superstition came to be? Like most folklore, the lucky horseshoe has fascinating legends surrounding it.
Lucky Bamboo for Good Fortune
Lucky bamboo is used to attract luck and good fortune at home and in business. It's easy to grow and adds beauty to any environment. Sweepstakers can reap its benefits too.
Lucky Bean Traditions for the New Year
Did you know that beans have a long history of being lucky and even sacred? Learn some of the traditions surrounding edible bean New Year's celebrations.
Lucky Four Leaf Clover Superstitions
Do you have a favorite Irish lucky charm? The most common is the four-leaf clover. Learn the folklore surrounding this plant and the phrase "luck of the Irish."
Lucky Rabbit's Foot Superstitions
Rub a rabbit's foot for good luck in money matters. Carry one on a key chain. Learn some of the possible origins of the superstitions associated with this well-known lucky charm.
Psalms for Luck, Success and Gratitude
As part of the continuing series on luck traditions, we take a look at the Book of Psalms. It's a wonderful resource for verses to use in prayers related to luck and success.
Quotes About Luck
Do you have a philosophy about luck? Famous people have shared their thoughts about luck. Here are some quotes to inspire you, make you think and even give you a chuckle.
The Hamsa Hand - Jewish Good Luck Symbol
This amulet in the shape of a hand with an eye in the middle has become a symbol of all around good luck, faith, blessings and protection. It has a fascinating history that transcends many cultures.
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The laughing Buddha, aka the fat Buddha, is a familiar icon in businesses. You may have heard of the belly rubbing tradition for good luck. Learn his fascinating cultural and religious origins and what other traditions are associated with him.
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