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Druids called in to reverse Irish 'curse'

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khol

The psychology of superstition is interesting. There can be benefits in that it offers someone the feeling of being in control and allowing a more positive performance, reducing anxiety among other things. Negative aspects,for instance believing in miracles can have its consequences

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326330#How-superstitions-may-relieve-anxiety

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OverSword

How fun. :) 

 

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Jon the frog
2 hours ago, khol said:

The psychology of superstition is interesting. There can be benefits in that it offers someone the feeling of being in control and allowing a more positive performance, reducing anxiety among other things. Negative aspects,for instance believing in miracles can have its consequences

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326330#How-superstitions-may-relieve-anxiety

Like a placebo effect until another sh** happen. They will probably burn a daughter to appease god or whatever if it continue for too long... that's the problem with supersition... we can see that in Africa with the albinos... damn the poor kids !

https://www.latimes.com/world/africa/la-fg-malawi-albinos-hunted-2017-story.html

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Calibeliever

Quick question: if a house can be demolished as a result or building on a fairy highway, how hard would it be to move a stone? Just trying to do the math here...

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SpaceBumZaphod

Funny, they don't look Druish.

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