Although people generally believe that superstition has a slight entertainment, it is surprising that many of us still knock on wood to avoid temptation, to cross your fingers for luck, or to avoid walking under the ladder “just in case.” The following are the superstitions about death and death that continue today, and possible explanations for their origins. You can treat them as you wish! Because birds can easily move between the earth and the sky, humans have long viewed our feather friends as a link between time and spiritual world. Not surprisingly, a large number of superstitions are centered on birds as a sign of death. A bird flies into the house through a door or window, and may even fall on the back of the chair, which is considered a sign of death for someone in the family. Similarly, it is an ominous sign that a bird sits on a window sill or leans against its glass. Watching an owl during the day, or listening to an owl at any time, is another sign of death. There are many modern believers because it is impossible to refute. Who is eligible to be a celebrity? People are always going to die, so it’s hard to find someone who is even a little known to complete the trio. How fast does a trio have to die? Within a few days? month? In any case, the origins of modern superstition may stem from an ancient British folk belief that three funerals tend to occur in rapid succession. However, why did that person have a descendant. Many cultures have this kind of folk belief. Even today, Internet message boards and forums will convey a lot of information from expectant mothers, wondering if the old lady’s story has any truth. Possible explanations include fear that the spirit of the deceased will have unborn children, and that the high emotionality of the funeral may lead to miscarriage. Another superstition related to this is that if a pregnant woman decides to attend a funeral, she should avoid looking at the deceased. Similarly, the underlying fear is that the spirit will somehow induce her unborn child to enter the land of the deceased.