Lucky Symbols: Part Three

This is the third and final part of our Lucky Symbols series. We’ve looked at some well-known and some lesser known luck symbols and their origins. In this news item, we’ll be wrapping up with the final two luck symbols, the pot at the end of the rainbow, and the triple 8’s, both very well-known in most cultures.

In Irish mythology, the creature called the Leprechaun stashes away a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, because he knows that this is a very good hiding place for his treasure. It is said that if you catch a Leprechaun he will grant you three wishes for his freedom, and you can use one of the three to attain his pot of gold. The funny aspect of this folklore is that the Leprechaun in fact stores more than one pot of gold away in various locations, so the joke’s on us!

Pot of gold

To ensure your chance at gaining theLeprecahun’s lucky pot of gold just follow these simple steps:

1.    Listen for the sound of a tiny hammer – this is what gives away the location of a Leprechaun.

2.     Sneak up on him, and hopefully he won’t hear you and disappear.

3.     Hold on tight! These little guys put up quite a fight!

4.    No matter what you do, DO NOT take your eyes off the Leprechaun – he will escape if you do.

5.    If he doesn’t want to tell you where his pot of gold is located, use one of your wishes that he will grant you for his release to find the gold!

This pot of gold is especially lucky because it holds within the magical powers of the Leprechaun and each coin it contains was lovingly collected and stored by the Leprechaun. That’s why they make such efforts to hide their gold pots away!

What are your thoughts on the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Is it real, or perhaps just a metaphor for life having rewards for those of us who work hard? Tell us your opinion in the comments section below and you'll earn lotto points!

Lucky 8s

The triple 8s are lucky for entirely different reasons. In Chinese culture, the number 8 is auspicious because when spoken in Chinese, the word “eight” sounds similar to the word for “prosper” or “wealth”. There’s also a visual resemblance between the symbols of the two digits 88 and “double joy” in Chinese. 8 is such a favourable number that it’s even luckier to have more than two 8s next to each other.

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Comments

Posted by IWw0Ut- (11/12/2013)

the pot of gold is the you having predicted the correct numbers on your ticket after the jackpot draw! then you will see the rainbow of happiness....


Posted by Bob (11/12/2013)

I am coloured blind and can't tell the little green folk from the grass, but I'll take the greenbacks from winning Mega millions and don't care if I can't see little green people


Posted by Prunella (11/12/2013)

I did like it Its very good


Posted by Chandni Vitthal (13/12/2013)

would listen to the arrival sound of the tiny jackpots


Posted by Zzeuk9ii (16/12/2013)

Very interesting, from now on a lot of the green peoples will captured to get hold of that gold.


Posted by Maruthusuresh (17/12/2013)

If it is real just get me the latitude and longitude positions of the rainbow ending whenever the rainbow hits the ground...


Posted by IWw0Ut- (2/01/2014)

a luck on my side will certainly be welcome. i wonder what the colors n signs are for "good fortune" this year?


Posted by IWw0Ut- (13/01/2014)

according to different cultures and beliefs, this is going to be a good year for most people. so i guess we all going to lucky this year!


Posted by 1YXgk (11/04/2014)

I have also read lately about Grasshoppers being considered extremely lucky.. Grasshoppers and crickets actually. Portents of wealth in some cultures, I had two crickets and a grasshopper in my world this week : )


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