Examples of Superstitious Belief?

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Examples of superstitious belief include ideas about it being unlucky to see a black cat, break a mirror, or walk under an open ladder. Other superstitions include throwing salt over your shoulder after spilling it or knocking on wood to indicate that you want whatever has just been said to come true. Superstitions vary a lot by culture and geography but every culture has some sort of traditional belief rooted in non-factual superstition.
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