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it is a saying of some persons

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Scientifically, superstitions are considered as a psychological need for supernatural belief

a practice were previously througth to been found out to have scientific bases

Yes, superstitions are nothing but a feeling or a belief that somebody has designed themselves. There is nothing true in a superstition. It is merely a feeling or made up belief to give somebody a sense of power and to have people who follow them.

If children are taught discipline,devotion,dedication and hard work, the belief in superstitions will get erased. People who always expects over night wonders in their favor strongly believe superstitions.

Yes because scientists study superstitions to the extreme! Okay, not really! But they do study that. Superstitions have been going on for years.

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No. By definition, a superstition is a belief that does not have a scientific basis.

i Think your intention is 'superstitous' not 'suoerstitous' ths word means : having or showing a belief in superstitions. superstitions means : a belief or practice resulting from ignorance, fear of the unknown, trust in magic or chance, or a false conception of causation

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Superstition is a belief that certain happenings can be cured by less than medical practices .

By definition, a superstition is an unscientific belief. Science and technology are therefore unable to shake many people's superstitions. Lack of understanding of science and technology has led to the development of new superstitions, such as the belief that Mercury retrograde can cause your computer to malfunction.

Way back in early societies, people used superstitions to explain things that they couldn't understand.

Some superstitions in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn could be when Huck kills the spider, tries to through salt over his shoulder, putting the dead snake by Jim, and the belief that a hairball can tell the future.

the common superstition of the Philippines is like wag maliligo pag galing sa patay

You should not believe in Superstitions. Superstitions is the product of ignorance among people. Many superstitions are not true.

It wasn't anyone person. Superstitions because of the evolution of myth and folklore. As belief systems grow larger, more complex and more heavily influenced the doctrines of that belief twisted to influence more primitive man's daily life there were customs, which they believed in, they honored to either bring good luck or prevent bad luck.

townspeople believed that demons were the cause of everyday mishaps like spilled milk

According to the Oxford dictionary a Superstition is "Excessively credulous belief in and reverence for the supernatural" and according to Merriam-Webster "belief or way of behaving that is based on fear of the unknown and faith in magic or luck : a belief that certain events or things will bring good or bad luck".

There are no Buddhist superstitions although individuals may have their own private superstitions as in any religion.

There is more than one kind of superstitious belief. Some superstitions are merely fossilized forms of beliefs and practices from older, suppressed religions, for example believing that circling anti-clockwise ( or "widdershins" ) brings bad luck. Other, newer superstitions are often derived from the winning religion, for example the belief that Friday the Thirteenth is an unlucky day. There are also entirely secular superstitions, for example, the Reaganomic "trickle-down" notion that giving more money to the rich will benefit society.

Scientifically base beliefs are proven facts, while superstitions are stories that for example if you wear a red socks you will score more runs in cricket or more goals in football. This are passed on stories with np proof at all it can help you.

Yes, anybody that wishes to believe in superstitions can.