Do you feel sometimes that a bit of luck is exactly what you need? Here you can find more, about your personal Lucky charms. If you feel, you can make the quiz more than ones.
For a different reason, there should be a different talisman, so dig deep in your heart and let your intuition guide you. Take this quiz and learn what should be your own good luck talisman…
More about the lucky charms…
Lucky charms in Western culture
- Four-leaf clover- The four-leaf clover is an uncommon variation of the common, three-leaved clover. According to tradition, such leaves bring good luck to their finders, specially if found accidentally. In addition, each leaf is believed to represent something. The first is for faith, the second is for hope, the third is for love, and the fourth is for luck
- Rabbit’s foot- carried as an amulet believed to bring good luck
- Horseshoe- a U-shaped item made of metal or of modern synthetic materials, nailed or glued to the hooves of horses and some other draught animals
- Charm bracelet- an item of jewelry worn around the wrist. It carries personal “charms”: decorative pendants or trinkets which signify important things in the wearer’s life
- Wishbone- a forked bone found in birds and thecodonts, formed by the fusion of the two clavicles. In birds, its function is the strengthening of the thoracic skeleton to withstand the rigors of flight
- Male Tortoiseshell Cat- describes a cat with a coat that is mottled, with patches of orange or cream and chocolate, black or blue.
- Maneki Neko- a plastic cat usually in the color of gold, white and black derived from Japan who waves its left arm which brings good luck.