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  • Cornish Superstitions
    Lists Cornish superstitions such as fisherman superstitions, kimbly and groaning cake, and the superstition of the robin.
    www.gandolf.com/cornwall/superstitions
  • Dog Hause: Animal Superstitions
    Features alphabetical lists of animals and the superstitions associated with them.
    www.doghause.com/superstitions.asp
  • Japanese Superstition
    Provides examples of what is considered bad luck in Japanese culture. From japan-guide.com.
    www.japan-guide.com/e/e2209.html
  • OldSuperstitions.com [pick] [read review]
    Searchable directory of superstitions organized by subject including baby superstitions, bad luck, and death.
    www.oldsuperstitions.com
  • Scary Superstitions
    Some common and some not so common fears and superstitions.
    www.corsinet.com/trivia/scary.html
  • Silly Superstitions
    Includes the sources for some common superstitions.
    www.islandnet.com/~luree/silly.html
  • Superstition - Catholic Encyclopedia
    Examines the four species of superstitions: improper worship of the true God; idolatry; divination; and vain observances, which include magic and occult arts.
    www.newadvent.org/cathen/14339a.htm
  • Superstitions and Old Wives' Tales
    Superstitions notions associated with body parts, articles of clothing, houses and household items, and animals.
    www.whimsy.org.uk/superstitions.html
  • Superstitions from Europe
    Beliefs relating to animals, health, marriage, children, and aging.
    www.pitt.edu/~dash/superstition.html
  • Urban Legends & Superstitions
    Collection of popular, creepy, and interesting myths and superstitions. Also offers local New Jersey and Hollywood urban legends.
    www.urbanlegendsonline.com
  • Wedding Superstitions & Traditions
    Outlines many popular wedding customs and superstitions, including dress color, veils, crossing the threshold, and others.
    www.weddings.co.uk/info/tradsupe.htm
  • Wikipedia: Superstition
    A superstition is an irrational belief about the relation between certain actions and later occurrences. This article examines superstition through behavioral psychology and religious views.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superstition
 



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