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.
Last week's Christmas Superstitions included The Good, the Bad and the Scary.
This week's installment brings you some traditions that are downright creepy!
There are plenty of superstitions that are associated with Christmas decorations.
Read on to know to get some tips on these superstitions.
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 ...
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 ...
Dec 19, 2009 ... Today we'll be looking at Christmas superstitions, but watch out for more to come
on the Winter Solstice and the origins of the Santa Claus myth ...
Dec 23, 2015 ... Did you know it's bad luck to take down your Christmas tree on the wrong ... out
these dates based on tradition (and maybe a little superstition).
Nov 10, 2009 ... Holly is a symbol of eternal life. Other evergreens to bring into your home this
Christmas include ivy, rosemary, bay leaves and, of course, ...
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 ...