I don't think so. You'd have to be a very superstitious person to
You’d be surprised, a lot of really intelligent people still can
support superstitions, even when logically they see the falseness of
There’s an example of this in my family.
There’s this family dirk, which honestly is nothing special. However
the history behind it builds a story.
Everyone in my family who’s titled as the owner has died horribly,
it’s only been in the family for just over 100 years, so not many
people have been titled as the owner, yet the belief is that this
dirk was the cause for their misfortune. My family members are all
studied and learned people, but when it comes to this they need a
If I was offered the dirk I wouldn’t accept it, not for reasons of a
curse, but because it’s nothing special, the agate is broken, it’s
resale value would be very low, and I can make better.
Regards Charles A.