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Superstitious Beliefs: Stars

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Transcript of Superstitious Beliefs: Stars

Superstitious Beliefs: Stars
Superstitious Beliefs on Stars: #1
When you see the first star in the evening, wish for something nice.
Superstitious Beliefs on Stars: #2
The star is interpreted as meaning destiny, divine protection, good luck, opportunity and success in divination.
Superstitious Beliefs on Stars: #3
When you see a shiny star or twinkling star it means you're lucky tomorrow.

Superstitious Beliefs on Stars: #4
Count nine stars for nine successive nights and the person you dream of in the last night is your intended.
Superstitious Beliefs on Stars: #5
If there's no star in the night, it means it will rain the next day.
Superstitious Beliefs
A belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurrence, proceeding, or the like. A custom or act based on such a belief. Irrational fear of what is unknown or mysterious, especially in connection with religion.
Group 5
What superstitions do you know?
Ancient Europeans believed that Gods would occasionally peer down, and when they moved the sky, a star would escape and fall through the sky! The Greeks also believed that stars were falling human souls, and as a result, it was considered lucky to make a wish on them.
Another fact that is near to this is when you'll see a shooting star, make a wish and it will come true.
FACT:
The best known and widely believed superstitions involving stars and other heavenly bodies is Astrology.
(Constellations,Horoscopes, etc.)
It's okay to wish on stars if you want to, but remember, there's no point having wishes if you don't at least try to do them.
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