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Every Wednesday, meet us at the intersection of chaos and fate. We’ll briefly explore the origins of some of history’s most well-known superstitions. Then, we’ll dive into a fictional story that illustrates what might happen if you fail to adhere to these strange beliefs. Can we truly sway supernatural forces to work in our favor? Or are these eerie codes of conduct simply about exerting control in an unpredictable world? Listen free on Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts!
 
On ne vous a jamais dit qu'il ne fallait jamais passer sous une échelle ? Que lorsqu'un chat pleurait devant une maison était signe de mauvais présage? ... Il existe une multitude de superstition en fonction des cultures, des pays, des religions...Pour vous, on les a toutes trouvées... Alors chers auditeurs... ABONNEZ-VOUS! et découvrez les superstition les plus improbable qu'il existe. Et peut-être mettre-vous la chance de votre côté ! :)
 
No matter how enlightened, chances are you've been raised around superstitious lore of one kind or another. Fanny Dickerson Bergen was one of the original researchers of North American oral traditions relating to such key life events and experiences as babyhood and childhood, marriage, wishes and dreams, luck, warts and cures, death omens and mortuary customs, and "such truck," as Huck Finn would say.You'll be surprised at how many of these old saws you'll know. Here's a quote from Chapter O ...
 
No matter how enlightened, chances are you’ve been raised around superstitious lore of one kind or another. Fanny Dickerson Bergen was one of the original researchers of North American oral traditions relating to such key life events and experiences as babyhood and childhood, marriage, wishes and dreams, luck, warts and cures, death omens and mortuary customs, and “such truck,” as Huck Finn would say. You’ll be surprised at how many of these old saws you’ll know. Here’s a quote from Chapter ...
 
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The airplane seatbelt “bing” is near-iconic. But few fliers are aware that pilots perform a secret ritual before pressing the seatbelt button — believing that if they forget, the plane will suffer mechanical problems… or maybe even a deadly catastrophe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
If you look at U.S. Presidents who have died in office, a strange pattern emerges. Since 1840, those elected on twenty-year intervals meet untimely deaths, with few exceptions. Does a 19th-century death curse plague America’s highest office of political power? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
The roots of this festive holiday reach way back through history, with links to Nordic myths and the Roman Saturnalia. For colonists in 17th century America, celebrating Christmas was controversial… and in this telling, a despairing Puritan preacher goes so far as to try and cancel it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
According to theatre lore, this famous play by William Shakespeare has carried a witch's curse since it's earliest performances. If you say the name 'Macbeth' inside a theater when you're not performing the Scottish Play... blood will have blood, so they say. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
You’ve never opened an umbrella indoors, or walked underneath a ladder. And every Friday the 13th, you take extra care not to invite misfortune: no stepping on sidewalk cracks, no clumsiness with the salt shaker. Why take any chances? Every week on Superstitions, explore the backstories and hidden lessons inside bad omens, good luck charms, and old…
 
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