The four-leaf clover is a rare variation of the common three-leaved clover.
According to tradition .... Superstitions. Main topics ... South Asia. Superstition in
The four-leaf clover, or shamrock, superstition is one of good luck. The plant is a
rare find in nature and the likelihood of finding one is 1 in 10000.
The superstition of the four-leaf clover is thought to originate with the Druids.
Apparently they believed the shamrock helped them to see evil spirits, thereby ...
Aug 10, 2014 ... According to superstition, the four-leaf clover — a rare variation of the three-leaf
variety — is thought to bring good luck to its finders, especially ...
May 13, 2016 ... It's not certain where the superstition about Friday the 13th comes from, ... If you
own a four-leafed clover you will have good luck in racing, and ...
Real, genuine four-leaf clovers come from the White Clover plant, trifolium repens
, considered to be the Original Shamrock. You may find others selling leaves ...
The superstition that the finding of a four-leaf clover can bring good luck is so old
that its origin is lost in antiquity. One of the oldest legends has it that Eve, upon ...
Legend says that when Adam and Eve were evicted from the Garden of Eden,
Eve snatched a four-leaf clover as a remembrance of her days in Paradise.
Clover, for example, the quintessential symbol of good luck in Germany, is of
Christian origin. But don't forget: it has to have four leaves! Three-leafed clover ...
Feb 24, 2014 ... The four-leaf clover, a common symbol of luck, has its origins in folklore that is
centuries old. So, just how did this superstition come to be?