Superstition Diversity: Superstitions, Witchcraft, Taboos, and Legends
Superstition, myths, and legends are part and parcel of each and every culture. Professionals and the general public pay attention to some cultural issues they do not fully comprehend. Superstition, myths and legends agents are similar the world over though they have different meanings. Dreams, certain animals, weather conditions and the zodiac are couriers of superstition, myths, and legends.
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