10 Good Luck Charms From Around The World

Many people believe that they need luck to succeed in life. Most people feel very insecure in this ever-changing and uncertain world. They are looking for something to boost their assuredness in their belief, that all will go smooth for them throughout their life. Let us take a look at 10 good luck charms from around the world which many people believe in.

1. Horse Shoe

Horse Shoe

1. Horse Shoe

In many countries, a horse shoe is believed to draw luck and prosperity towards its owner. However, you cannot buy a horse shoe for it to bring you luck. You can only find it and then it is believed, the horse shoe would bring you luck.


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2. Shamrock or four leafed clover

Shamrock or four leafed clover

2. Shamrock or four leafed clover

This is an Irish good luck charm. It is believed that the one, who finds a four leafed clover, should find great success and luck in life.


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3. Three-legged frog

Three-legged frog

3. Three-legged frog

This is a Chinese good luck charm. This frog statue should hold a coin in its mouth and should sit on a prop, made of coins, in order to grace you with luck.


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4. Golden fish

Golden fish

4. Golden fish

It is also a Chinese good luck charm. According to Chinese tradition, the words ‘fish’ and ‘prosperity’ are synonyms of each other. Hence, a golden fish is held lucky.


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Ladybug

Ladybug

5. Ladybug

This symbol comes from Europe. Frenchmen believed that the image of a ladybug protects kids. It was thought to be a good omen to find a ladybug.


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A Wind Ship

A Wind Ship

6. A Wind Ship

You can buy a ready made model of a wind ship. It helps to prosper in your business. If you place some gold on its deck, you increase its magic power.


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A Sweep

A Chimney Sweep

7. A Chimney Sweep

In many European countries, such as Germany and Austria, a chimney sweep is held as a good luck charm that brings prosperity.


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Your First Earned Dollar

Your First Earned Dollar

8. Your First Earned Dollar

In the USA, the first earned dollar is held as a good luck charm which helps you to prosper financially.


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Money Cat

Money Cat

9. Money Cat

This is a Japanese good luck charm that fosters financial prosperity. The cat has to have one of its claws uplifted, inviting the money and riches to come over to your house.


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A Key

A Key

10. A Key

Held by the Italians as a good luck charm, it opens up the door of prosperity and well-being for its owner.


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