12 Myths About Luck We Want to Believe-SliderPhoto


4. Don’t let a black cat cross your path.
This myth is bound up with Medieval beliefs in witches. Basically, the idea is that the black cat crossing your path was sent by the Devil to bring you misfortune. Personally, my black cat crosses my path several times a day and nothing bad has happened (at least, I think it hasn’t)

5. Lucky rabbit’s foot.
In ancient Celtic Europe, rabbits were considered to be possessed by powerful spirits. It followed then, that parts of a rabbit were considered lucky. The foot became a popular trinket because it dried quickly and was easy to carry around.