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  • 1. Grade 8 | Unit 8.4 | Page 10 Unit 8.4 Transparency 2 Do you recognize any of the following superstitions? Good luck omens: Bad luck omens: And more: Broken mirror Walking under a ladder Friday the 13th Full moon … There are also numerous superstitions regarding the powers of the baobab tree. Anyone who dares to pick a flower, for instance, will be eaten by a lion. On the other hand, there is a belief that if you drink water in which the seeds have been soaked, you will be safe from a crocodile attack. These are all superstitions because they are beliefs that when you do (or see) something, you will cause a particular (good or bad) consequence. The one event may sometimes follow the other, but the one doesn't cause the other to happen.

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