Halloween Superstitions

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If you have not started already, it is only appropriate to start getting into the spooky fall mood; we have already dived into the magical autumn and, after all, Halloween is only 25 days away! Therefore, we have decided to dedicate this article to Halloween; Halloween superstitions in particular. 

According to wikipedia, superstition is the belief in supernatural causality - one event causes another to happen without any natural process linking the two events. Moreover, superstitions contradict natural science. Halloween, being all about supernatural, is full of all kinds of superstitions.


HALLOWEEN SUPERSTITIONS

A person born on Halloween will possess all kinds of supernatural abilities. A person will also be protected from all the negative energies and they will have the ability to wart off evil spirits.

If you hear foot steps behind you on Halloween, it would be smart not to look back. It is believed that the dead are following you. If you turn back, they might bring you with them.

If you wish to meet a witch, wear your clothes inside out on Halloween.

Lighted Jack-o-Latterns and ringing a bell will keep evil spirits away.

To learn all the important things that will happen to you within the next year, go to crossroads on Halloween and just listen to the wind.

Burning a new orange candle o Halloween will bring you good luck. However, burning a Halloween candle on any other day will bring you bad luck.

If you see a spider on Halloween, it might be your dead loved one watching over you.

When bobbing for apples, the first person to bite an apple will be the first person to marry. On top of that, the state of the apple will show what kind of marriage will person have. The more healthy the apple, the happier the marriage.

If you catch a snail on Halloween and lock it in a flat dish, there is a possibility the you will see a first letter of your husbands name written in the snail's slime.

Looking deeply into a candle's flame on Halloween gives you a gift of seeing the future.




SOURCES:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superstition
http://www.frightbytes.com/halloween_superstition/halloween_superstitions.html
http://www.frightbytes.com/halloween_superstition/halloween_superstitions2.html
http://superstitionsonline.com/holidays-halloween/

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