A detailed study of the superstitions and beliefs surrounding the horseshoe.
This fascinating volume delves into the history of the horseshoe and explores the origins of the customs and superstitions surrounding the symbol. Robert Means Lawrence also analyses other similar beliefs and omens of good and bad luck. First published in 1898.
Featured chapters include:
- – Fortune and Luck
- – Folklore of Common Salt
- – Omens of Sneezing
- – Days of Good and Evil Omen
- – Superstitious Dealings with Animals
- – Luck of Odd Numbers