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Seeing a white dog before noon.
A strange dog following you home.
Meeting a barking dog first thing in the morning.
A dog howling at an open door...Death Omen...
A dog howling at night...Death Omen...
A dog digging a hole in your yard or garden...Death Omen...
Always leave a house by the same door you entered through.
Wearing an elephant's hair bracelet, or other jewlery.
Pictures or ornaments of elephants that are placed facing the door.
Having your fence blown down by the wind.
To crawl through, or under a fence.
To shake hands over the fence.
FOUR LEAF CLOVER
Finding a four leaf clover.
Finding a five leaf clover...even luckier...
"One leaf for fame
And one leaf for wealth
And one for a faithful lover
And one to bring you glorious health
Are all in a four leaf clover."
One fly in the house.
A fly falling into something you are eating or drinking.
Carrying a lucky charm, or a coin with a hole in it.
Playing with borrowed money.
Sitting on a handerchief.
Picking your cards up with your left hand.
Whistling while playing.
Leaving chips scattered instead of neat piles.
A card falling to the floor.(worse if it's a black card.)
Being dealt a run of black cards.
See My List for your Lucky Gemstone.
Opals are considered bad luck unless it's your birthstone.
Finding a pair of gloves.
Receiving a pair of gloves.
Losing a glove.
Returning for a pair of gloves left behind...Sit down and get back up first before putting the gloves on.
Giving someone a pair of gloves.
Seeing a grasshopper.
Having a grasshopper on you.
Seeing a grasshopper in your house.
Putting a hat on the wrong way around.
Putting a hat on the table.
Putting a hat on the bed.
Eating ham or pork of any kind on New Years day...You'll be living off the fat of the land all year.
Seeing an empty hearse driving towards you.
Turning to watch a hearse go buy.
Counting the number of cars in the funeral procession.
Just A Little Food For Thought.
'Did you ever think when a hearse goes by,
That you might be the next to die?'
Putting coins into the foundation of a new home.
Moving into a new home when the moon is waxing.
Bring in a broom, salt or coal into a new home.
Always leave a house through the same door as you entered through.
Moving on a Friday, or Saturday.
Moving on a rainy day.
Locking yourself out.
If living in an apartment building moving from an upper floor to a lower floor in the same building.