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superstition project - Eli
Transcript of superstition project - Eli
Greek superstitions - tuesday the 13th is a day of bad luck, giving a knife to someone who asks means that you will end of having a fight or have an argument with them
German - if a dead man's clothes are not washed, then he can not rest, if a pregnant women goes to place where bleach is, their child will be pale.
Huck fin Superstitions websites used page http://abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/glossary/superstition.html
Superstitions have no basis of reason or knowledge. They have a basis of explaination as to why good and bad things happen and how to avoid the bad, as well as how to get the good. There is a huge variety of superstitions that belong to cultural tradition. Throughout time, all people have held seriously/half-seriously beliefs that are irrational. superstitions with culture some super superstitions in"The adventure's of Huckleberry Finn" are killing a spider brings bad luck, A hairball can tell the future, Touching a rattlesnake's skin brings bad luck.