Get Lucky

Nature

-Acorn-


The acorn is considered to be an emblem of good luck, prosperity, youthfulness and power. The acorn may often also represent spiritual growth. 

-Rainbow-

 Rainbows are considered lucky because of the Irish legend that says that if you dig at the end of a rainbow, you'll find a pot of gold.

Animals

-Rabbit's foot-

A hind rabbit's foot is a good luck symbol. Because rabbits reproduce abundantly, rabbits' feet are said to enhance fertility. When the rabbit's foot is worn by a man, he will sire a child. When worn by a woman, she will become pregnant.

-Goldfish-

Throughout the different cultures all over the world, goldfish are considered the harbingers of prosperity, growth, wealth, power, long life, wisdom and peace.
Insects

-Ladybug- 

Ladybugs are popular insects worldwide, and many cultures believe that they bring luck. A ladybug is said to have the power to free one of day-to-day problems.

-Dragonfly-

As a creature of the wind, the dragonfly represents change. As a creature of the water, they represent the subconscious, or "dream" state. Other symbolic meanings associated with dragonflies are prosperity, strength, courage, peace, harmony, and purity.

-Scarab-

Scarabs date back to Ancient Egypt, where they were considered good luck beetles. As a symbol of the rising sun and a protector from evil, the scarab is also a symbol of rebirth, regeneration, and transformation.

Plants

-Four-leaf clover-

Four leaf clovers are an ancient Irish symbol of luck. The four leaves stand for "faith, hope, love, and luck."

Objects

-Horseshoe-

 Horseshoes symbolize good luck, power over evil, good fortune, and fertility. Horseshoes are associated with a horse's strength and dependability. In an upright position, it is also symbolic of the moon. Pointing downwards, it is symbolic of the womb.

-Dream catcher-

Dream catchers, from Native American culture, are considered good luck because they catch the negative images from dreams.

-Coins-

There is a saying: "See a penny, pick it up and all day long you'll have good luck. Leave it there and you'll despair." Coins that are bent or have holes in them are luckiest of all, especially if they turn up as change after making a purchase. The luck of such coins is enhanced if they are carried in a left pocket or worn around the neck.

-Key-

A key is among the most important symbols of luck. It is also one of the oldest of charms. Three keys worn together symbolize the unlocking of the doors to health, wealth and love.

-Feathers-

Feathers are an ancient charm for bringing good luck and they represent the journey of the soul to the other realm.

-Dice-

Considering how many games of chance are played with dice, it's no surprise that they have become a symbol of luck.

Gemstones
  
-Amber-

Amber strengthens the aura, and also balances the yin and yang. It attracts compassion, protects against evil influences, accidental injury and brings good luck.

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