Christmas is a holiday steeped in superstition and folk belief. Here are some of
the common beliefs and popular superstitions associated with Christmas ...
Dec 13, 2009 ... Mistletoe should never be brought into the home before New Years Eve. It's
unlucky to take down mistletoe used as a Christmas decoration.
This article was inspired by a reader who asked us if we knew about an Irish
superstition that said it was lucky to receive a Christmas card which pictured the ...
Dec 24, 2009 ... Origins: Christmas is a holiday steeped in superstition and folk belief. Almost
every tradition we unthinkingly observe during the festive season ...
It's hard to write too many articles about Christmas superstitions involving your
tree — there are literally hundreds of stories, legends, and myths about trees.
So when our team was asked about when to take down your tree, we had to look
up the rest of the superstitions around Christmas…. I have been looking for the ...
Christmas Superstitions. from CharGuth@aol.com. At midnight on Christmas Eve,
all water turns to wine, cattle kneel facing toward the East, horses kneel and ...
There's often something welcoming and inviting about the traditions and
superstitions that centre on this festive time of the year. From carol singing to
There are plenty of superstitions that are associated with Christmas decorations.
Read on to know to get some tips on these superstitions.
Of all the holidays, Christmas is quite possibly the most steeped in superstition,
more so possibly even than Halloween. Why then does Christmas not bring to ...