For The Ferryman
Amulet Or Omen?
Play It Backwards
All The Luck In The World
Your Lucky Break
Crocodile Tears“A symbol of treachery, the crocodile is said to weep when it has eaten all but the head of its human victims and these ‘crocodile tears’ turn magically to jewels to lure further human prey.”—David Pickering, The Dictionary of Superstitions
For The Ferryman“In many countries, coins are placed upon the eyes of the dead to prevent them from reopening and looking around for someone to join them in the grave.”—David Pickering, The Dictionary of Superstitions
Amulet Or Omen?The rabbit foot is a symbol of luck in many cultures, whereas the hawthorne bough can either bring fortune or famine once brought in a household. Which appeals to you?
Play It BackwardsFlip it over, play it backwards, listen to the voice that tells you everything you don’t want to hear.
Lucky 13“None the less, the symbol of the black cat as a harbinger of good luck is ubiquitous in the British Isles at least, where simply touching such a creature is lucky…”—David Pickering, The Dictionary of Superstitions
All The Luck In The WorldShare the wealth. Or else.
Nazar BoncuguA surefire way to repel the evil eye, nazar boncugu derives from old Turkic as “blue bead”. Commonly seen as a blue glass amulet, it can be hung in your home or worn as jewelry—whatever means of power it may lend.
Your Lucky BreakUsed as a powerful means of divination, the wishbone grants luck and good fortune. Participants wrap their pinky on the end and pull until the fork breaks. The larger of the broken pieces will be granted their wish by the merrythought.
Haint BlueHaint blue: a type of sky blue painted on doors, windowpanes and porch roofs to deter spirits and evil intentions.
NachzehrerShroud-eating, flesh-gnawing vampires of Germanic folklore. It eats the shroud and its’ own flesh and drains the life of living relatives. Known for their gnashing sound underground.
Blood MoonI see a blood moon rising.
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