Superstitions

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 255 pages
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A spellbinding brew of charms, curses, cures, taboos, and other omens from the creators of Nostradamus and Angels. With a wizard's touch, this clever combination of ancient and popular lore delves into the origins of superstitions to uncover the secrets of the past that continue to grip our imaginations. 200 photographs. Diagrams, charts, maps, and line drawings throughout.

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Contents

Introduction
8
Why Superstition?
16
Salt and Water
22
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Peter Lorie has written some of the most popular interpretations of prophecy, including "Nostradamus: The End of the Millennium" and "Revelation: The Prophecies,

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