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Whether it’s vase of shriveled cut flowers , a taxidermied moose head, or even a seashell, dead things in the home can bring you bad luck—or so they say!

4. The snake is the devil in disguise.
This likely came about with the rise of Christianity in Egypt where the Egyptians and their gods had a strong affinity for snakes. As the slave-masters of many Christians, the Egyptians were likely demonized by linking the snake to the Christian devil. Similarly, when Christians met other religious cultures that would have worshiped or spiritualized snakes (such as the Norse), they would have connected the snake to the devil to encourage conversion to Christianity. 


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