Nature and Luck – Associated with each other from Ancient Times
By Twinty Karat adapted from an original article by Chitraparna Sinha.
Nature and luck are associated with each other from very ancient times. Luck is actually considered a force of nature by some. In fact luck is a combination of natural forces, efforts made by humans and to some extent the effects of star and planet positions on one’s birth date. Trees, plants, fruits, water bodies, rainbows, rain, clouds landmarks and many other things...
Friday the 13th or Unlucky 13
By Twinty Karat
Probably anywhere in the world if you ask someone what’s the most unlucky day they will say Friday the 13th. Unlucky Friday 13th is regarded as one of the most unlucky days of the year. It is believed that if the 13th day of a month falls on a Friday, then it considered as day for bad luck and evil omens. Many people suffer from this phobia and the fear of Friday the 13th is known as paraskevidekatriaphobia. This particular belief has no scientific reason behind it...
Feeling blue “once in a blue moon”, or maybe tonight – August 20, 2013
By Charles L Harmon
The feeling blue is just an introduction to this write- up about blue moons. There is really no connotation about blue or sad feelings. Blue moons however are fairly rare and as such there is the term “blue moon”, which when used in speaking is used colloquially to mean a rare event, as in the phrase “once in a blue moon“.
You may think the idea of a blue moon has something to do with the color of the...
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Numerology – it Affects Luck with Names
By Bobby Blueblood
Numerology and occult go hand in hand and occult is the origin of various branches of science. It directly or indirectly affects the human being. The effect of its influence matters with the nature of letters and their sounds which carry with his/her name. It affects everyone’s luck, good or bad, depending on time, date, year, location and the country. A singular letter has its own importance when categorized from other letters of the alphabets.
Questions about Lucky Numbers
Presented by Yolky D Egg.
All of us probably have what we consider a lucky number. That’s whether we believe in lucky numbers or not. Maybe it gives us comfort to think a certain number is lucky for us. Maybe something happened that was good and a number was associated with it: maybe a date, maybe an age, who knows what.
In some cultures certain numbers are considered lucky. It could be for any number of reasons or the reason why may have been lost during the ages but still people say that number is lucky....
Questions About Buddhism
By Honey B Wackx
Buddhism is a religion indigenous to the Indian subcontinent that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs, and practices largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, who is commonly known as the Buddha (meaning “the awakened one” in Sanskrit and Pāli).
The Buddha lived and taught in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent some time between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. He is recognized by Buddhists as an awakened or enlightened teacher who shared his...
Feng Shui Beginners: Using Feng Shui to Enhance Your Luck
Feng Shui is not a dish best served warm with some oyster sauce. It is the art of tuning you in with Mother Nature, so that she may notice you, stroke your head gently and impart upon you all of nature’s secret energies of wisdom, love, power, luck and wealth. People all over the world, including Chinese people have turned into the more antiquated recesses of history and have been using feng shui to enhance their prosperity and ensure their longevity. This is...
Unusual Japanese Superstitions Some of Which seem Quite Silly
By Honey B Wackx.
The Japanese are a very superstitious people. They follow many unusual superstitions some of which seem quite silly, at least to those of us that are not Japanese, and some of which are unique in their own ways. Whatever may be the case; these superstitions have a very vital role in the society of Japanese people.
Below are some of the Japanese superstitions I’ve discovered:
The Japanese firmly believe that non-living things or...