Felix Felicis , also called " Liquid Luck ", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for a period of time, during which everything they attempt will be successful. It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one.

It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organised competitions, such as Quidditch , along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed. [1]

Zygmunt Budge invented this potion in the 16th century and deemed it his greatest accomplishment ever, dubbing it " the crowning achievement of [his] career ". [3]

Between 1937 and 1938, some 100,000 schoolchildren in 5,000 primary schools collected local folklore from their family and members in the community as part of the Schools’ Folklore Scheme run by the Irish Folklore Commission, as reported on IrishArchaeology.ie .

Children were instructed to research local history, folktales, legends , customs, games, riddles, proverbs, and songs. Now known as the Schools’ Manuscript Collection, the project resulted in more than half a million manuscript pages of valuable material.

The following list is an extensive collection of "Lucky and Unlucky Signs" supplied by students at the Listowel National school in Co. Kerry in 1938.

Felix Felicis , also called " Liquid Luck ", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for a period of time, during which everything they attempt will be successful. It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one.

It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organised competitions, such as Quidditch , along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed. [1]

Zygmunt Budge invented this potion in the 16th century and deemed it his greatest accomplishment ever, dubbing it " the crowning achievement of [his] career ". [3]

Between 1937 and 1938, some 100,000 schoolchildren in 5,000 primary schools collected local folklore from their family and members in the community as part of the Schools’ Folklore Scheme run by the Irish Folklore Commission, as reported on IrishArchaeology.ie .

Children were instructed to research local history, folktales, legends , customs, games, riddles, proverbs, and songs. Now known as the Schools’ Manuscript Collection, the project resulted in more than half a million manuscript pages of valuable material.

The following list is an extensive collection of "Lucky and Unlucky Signs" supplied by students at the Listowel National school in Co. Kerry in 1938.

According to some, keeping a stick of cinnamon in your purse or wallet will bring you a steady income, or at least make your credit cards smell nice.

Lentils are also said to be a financial good luck charm, and are often eaten as the first meal of the New Year in Brazil for that purpose.

A goldfish kept in an aquarium in your house brings "positivity" and good luck. If you want to get really crazy, you can follow this suggestion : "Normally 8 gold fishes are kept with one black fish to remove bad luck."

Do you believe in luck? Do you carry a lucky charm or a symbolic t alisman to ward off evil and bring you good fortune? Many people do.

Cultures around the world have developed signs and symbols that are believed to be lucky. Other symbols are thought to grant wishes or even heal the sick. There are also symbols for warding off evil and offering protection from curses.

Good luck symbols come in many shapes, sizes, and forms. There are signs of good (or bad) luck in nature, including plants, animals, and insects. Many cultures believe that there are lucky objects, numbers, symbols, and gems.

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Life was getting boring. Most of the great villains were defeated, redeemed, or retired. The adventurers of the world were beginning to buzz, sensing a new day coming - a day when they might have to get real jobs.

Felix Felicis , also called " Liquid Luck ", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for a period of time, during which everything they attempt will be successful. It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one.

It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organised competitions, such as Quidditch , along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed. [1]

Zygmunt Budge invented this potion in the 16th century and deemed it his greatest accomplishment ever, dubbing it " the crowning achievement of [his] career ". [3]

Between 1937 and 1938, some 100,000 schoolchildren in 5,000 primary schools collected local folklore from their family and members in the community as part of the Schools’ Folklore Scheme run by the Irish Folklore Commission, as reported on IrishArchaeology.ie .

Children were instructed to research local history, folktales, legends , customs, games, riddles, proverbs, and songs. Now known as the Schools’ Manuscript Collection, the project resulted in more than half a million manuscript pages of valuable material.

The following list is an extensive collection of "Lucky and Unlucky Signs" supplied by students at the Listowel National school in Co. Kerry in 1938.

According to some, keeping a stick of cinnamon in your purse or wallet will bring you a steady income, or at least make your credit cards smell nice.

Lentils are also said to be a financial good luck charm, and are often eaten as the first meal of the New Year in Brazil for that purpose.

A goldfish kept in an aquarium in your house brings "positivity" and good luck. If you want to get really crazy, you can follow this suggestion : "Normally 8 gold fishes are kept with one black fish to remove bad luck."

Felix Felicis , also called " Liquid Luck ", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for a period of time, during which everything they attempt will be successful. It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one.

It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organised competitions, such as Quidditch , along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed. [1]

Zygmunt Budge invented this potion in the 16th century and deemed it his greatest accomplishment ever, dubbing it " the crowning achievement of [his] career ". [3]

Between 1937 and 1938, some 100,000 schoolchildren in 5,000 primary schools collected local folklore from their family and members in the community as part of the Schools’ Folklore Scheme run by the Irish Folklore Commission, as reported on IrishArchaeology.ie .

Children were instructed to research local history, folktales, legends , customs, games, riddles, proverbs, and songs. Now known as the Schools’ Manuscript Collection, the project resulted in more than half a million manuscript pages of valuable material.

The following list is an extensive collection of "Lucky and Unlucky Signs" supplied by students at the Listowel National school in Co. Kerry in 1938.

According to some, keeping a stick of cinnamon in your purse or wallet will bring you a steady income, or at least make your credit cards smell nice.

Lentils are also said to be a financial good luck charm, and are often eaten as the first meal of the New Year in Brazil for that purpose.

A goldfish kept in an aquarium in your house brings "positivity" and good luck. If you want to get really crazy, you can follow this suggestion : "Normally 8 gold fishes are kept with one black fish to remove bad luck."

Do you believe in luck? Do you carry a lucky charm or a symbolic t alisman to ward off evil and bring you good fortune? Many people do.

Cultures around the world have developed signs and symbols that are believed to be lucky. Other symbols are thought to grant wishes or even heal the sick. There are also symbols for warding off evil and offering protection from curses.

Good luck symbols come in many shapes, sizes, and forms. There are signs of good (or bad) luck in nature, including plants, animals, and insects. Many cultures believe that there are lucky objects, numbers, symbols, and gems.

Felix Felicis , also called " Liquid Luck ", is a magical potion that makes the drinker lucky for a period of time, during which everything they attempt will be successful. It turns an ordinary day into an extraordinary one.

It is meant to be used sparingly, however, as it causes giddiness, recklessness, and dangerous overconfidence if taken in excess. Felix is highly toxic in large quantities and is also a banned substance in all organised competitions, such as Quidditch , along with all other methods of cheating. It is very difficult to make, disastrous if made wrong, and requires six months to stew before it is ready to be consumed. [1]

Zygmunt Budge invented this potion in the 16th century and deemed it his greatest accomplishment ever, dubbing it " the crowning achievement of [his] career ". [3]


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