A black cat crossing your path signifies that the animal is going somewhere.
Do you belive in superstitions? Which one do you believe in?
There's an old superstition in the area I live in now, that during a drought; if you kill a black snake and throw it over a fence you'll bring rain. I actually saw it happen once. Within an hour of the snake being thrown over the fence, a storm cloud rolled in when no rain was in the forecast. We had a lasher.
I wouldn't go so far as to say I believe it, but it made me wonder.
Wow, Emile - that's pretty reinforcing!! lol
As for me, I don't believe in superstitions anymore. Haven't since I was a teenager and was late for school one morning when a black cat crossed my path. As I was almost to school I wasn't about to turn around & go all the way back home! Nothing bad happened, I mean, nothing changed, so I threw out the idea of superstitions.
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