Superstition Diversity: Superstitions, Witchcraft, Taboos, and Legends

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BalboaPress, Oct 23, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 64 pages
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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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Contents

Witchcraft
4
Superstitions Dreams
10
Taboos
28
Legends
42
References
52
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ANDREW NYAKUPFUKA was born in Zimbabwe. He trained as a middle grades teacher at Nyadire Teachers College and then enrolled for a Diploma in Education at Seke Teachers College as an in-service program. He enrolled for a Bachelors Degree in Educational Administration and Policy Studies at the University of Zimbabwe. He rose from a classroom teacher to a school administrator. He came to the United States in 2005 and enrolled with East Carolina University for an online Middle Grades Social Studies Licensure.

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