This is the tip of the iceberg, of course. For every human activity and every natural phenomena, there are warnings, rituals, and what-have-you in almost all cultures. These Appalachian mountains abound in them and this culture has been written about extensively by scholars and folklorists. I am neither but as a storyteller these feed into my stories naturally, and into my life every day.
So, here's a list of some of my past posts:
|by Berthe Morisot|
And it doesn't end there; you've got to get through breakfast and other things too.
These might be a little late, but I hope you managed to start the New Year right anyway.
And a lot of other things to do and beware of when it comes to spooks and haints.
Of course, you need to know about rabbits on the first day of each month.
moon, too has its share of superstition and folklore.
If you've traveled in the South, you might have wondered about the bottle trees scattered here and there in people's yards.
Beware of fairies if you're strolling through a meadow! Click here to learn more about the little folk,
And learn what to do or not do, and what it means, when you see a shooting star,
and how to get ready for winter, the folklore way.
Doing all of these might keep you safe in any situation! Happy reading!
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