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Superstitions Old Wives Tales Beliefs & Misconceptions A-L

A collection of superstitions, beliefs, and old wives tales from various cultures and eras. Includes wedding customs and superstitions and fears about death.

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Sailors Quote - “May your anchor be tight, your cork be loose, your rum be spiced and your compass be true.” How perfect for Truro w/their new rum distilling?

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Weather Lore Calendar

Over the years, weather proverbs have proven to be trustworthy and surprisingly accurate. The Old Farmer's Almanac shares weather lore via proverbs for days, weeks, and months of the year.

You'll never be clueless again with our handy chart, which provides gratuity guidelines for your everyday life (dog groomer, dry cleaning delivery, server, etc.), as well as special occasions (think: holidays, weddings, and sweet sixteens).

The Ultimate Guide to Tipping Etiquette

Another Witchy Housekeeping post, this is a list of tid-bits that I find useful in aiding the Domestic Witch in creating a comfortably w...

Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. 22 Domestic Witch Tips, Charms, and Omens. Another Witchy Housekeeping post, this is a list of tid-bits that I find useful in aiding the Domestic Witch in creating a comfortably w.

Wednesday August 7th: "If the first week in August is unusually warm, the winter will be white and long."

Wednesday August "If the first week in August is unusually warm, the winter will be white and long." Guess we don't have to worry about that.

When a cold spell occurs in September and passes without a frost, a frost will not occur until the same time in October.

When a cold spell occurs in September and passes without a frost, a frost will not occur until the same time in October.

Book of Shadows:  #BOS Make A Witch Ball 1 page.

A real Witches ball begins with a pine cone from your own yard. From one full moon until the next, wrap it with flowers, vines, flora and bird feathers. Hang from your front door under the eaves.

Weather Lore: A halo ’round the moon means ’twill rain or snow soon. - A Farmers' Almanac Philosofact

Wisdom is the comb that life gives you after you have lost your hair. - A Farmers' Almanac Philosofact

Expect a storm when:  *Ropes are hard to untwist  *Coals burn bright and dim  *Milk and cream turn permanently sour  *Candlewicks smolder  *the stars begin to huddle

Expect a storm when: *Ropes are hard to untwist *Coals burn bright and dim *Milk and cream turn permanently sour *Candlewicks smolder *the stars begin to huddle

Weather Proverbs, Folklore, and Prognostics: Animals | Animals Predict Weather | The Old Farmer's Almanac

Can Animals Predict Weather? Animal Proverbs

Weather Proverbs, Folklore, and Prognostics: Animals

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