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People have been tattooing each other for over five thousand years, possibly since the end of the last Ice Age. Tattoos have been used to mark clans, indicate social class, identify criminals, demonstrate religious pride, flaunt authority, advertise special skills, ward off evil, and bring good luck. The earliest known proof of deliberate inking was found on the frozen body of the “Iceman” discovered in 1991 by hikers in the Alps. At first thought to be a deceased mountaineer, the man turned out to be a member of an ancient Neolithic community. His body revealed numerous areas with short lines pigmented by charcoal; since each area covered lesions of degenerated bone, they may represent the first actual evidence of acupuncture. For whatever reason, the practice of tattooing remains common all over the world and seems to be increasing as a means of self-expression.

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Comments | Posted in Good luck By Randi Simon-Serey

pope JoanIn Rome a horseshoe shaped chair played an important role in the Roman Catholic Church for a long time: a pope chair with a seat in the shape of a horseshoe. What did the Vatican want with such an uncomfortable chair? At least it was not meant as a lucky charm chair, at most one that had to prevent bad luck.

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Comments | Posted in Good luck By Cees

Good luck horseshoe for 2015Imagine yourself in the glow of a fireplace on New Year’s Eve. Everyone is smiling, watching a small tin horseshoe melt in the ladle you’re holding over the flames. When the horseshoe is completely molten, you carefully pour it into a nearby bucket filled with snow from outside. Sputtering, the liquid metal congeals into a hard bumpy mass. Then each person takes a turn, afterwards holding their cooled metal pieces near a candle, casting shadows on the wall, portending the future. “Bubbles!” cries your friend as he spies your piece. “You’re getting money this year, so don’t forget me!” Your younger sister laughs as she examines the shadow of her irregular disk. “A bee…I’ll be married at last!” Your neighbor studies his piece closely, the smooth curves reminding him of a basket, indicating that he’ll be successful finding a bounty of mushrooms in the forest to fill his basket.

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Comments | Posted in Good luck By Randi

Lucky horseshoeThe horseshoe superstition dates back to a time when the most acceptable method of transportation was by horse. Blacksmiths and farriers were extremely important to the British economy as they kept the country moving. It is more difficult to find horseshoes lying around today. However, you only have to dream about finding a horseshoe for it to be able to give you good luck. Some people choose to hang their horseshoes over their beds as good luck charm. This is an effort to ward off bad dreams.



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Comments | Posted in Good luck By Luke

Good Luck Brazil

27 Nov 2014 11:41:10

BrazilBrazil is known as one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world. A place where you can find incredible beaches, good nature and friendly people. But, putting these qualities aside and focusing in their faith and beliefs, we’ll find interesting superstitions and ‘crendices’ (a equivalent term to superstition in portuguese).

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Comments | Posted in Good luck By Gabriel, Brazil

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