Why is Friday 13th 'unlucky'? Why do people kiss beneath the mistletoe? And why might we make a wish when tossing a coin into a fountain? We may think that as a society we have outgrown beliefs in evil spirits and lucky amulets, but in fact, says historical novelist Karen Maitland, most of us are still practising some of the superstitions of our medieval ancestors, without even knowing it.
Spilling pepper, complimenting a baby, and cutting your fingernails after dark are just a few of the things that will earn you bad luck around the world.
June 4, Every culture has its superstitions, and Japan is no exception. The best part is that Tokyo Tower used to only turn off the lights at midnight for maintenance.
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