This should be avoided while in the cemetery. We can bring ourselves great misfortune
What superstitions are associated with visiting the cemetery. What to avoid?
According to the website “Super Express”, there are many prejudices regarding what should be done and what should be avoided when visiting a cemetery. Many of them make a cold shiver run down your spine. Check it out for yourself!
This must not be done in the cemetery
In addition to a number of social rules and norms that regulate our behavior in public places, including in cemeteries, there are also a lot of superstitions in this respect. Interestingly, most of these superstitions still involve behavior that is not acceptable to the general public anyway.
And yes, there is a superstition that if we sit on the tombstone or walk on it, we will bring misfortune. If this behavior was chosen by a pregnant woman, then she would be exposed to serious diseases.
Taking the tablets with the date of death or photos from the cemetery is supposed to – according to folk beliefs – cause us to lose our memory. From the graves, and even from the cemetery, you cannot take flowers, pick chestnuts and acorns there – by taking something from the necropolis, you can kill yourself or your loved ones.
Many people still believe in the superstition that taking anything from a cemetery can bring an evil spirit or a lost soul into our home. A misfortune may appear in our home the moment we decide to bring pots or tools that we used on the grave.
Another superstition is that we should not light candles in a cemetery with the same lighter that we use every day. This behavior can cause either disease or other mishaps to the lighter owner.
A funeral superstition is that you should not light a candle on the grave of the deceased on the day of the funeral. Superstition says that if we do this, we will bring misfortune on ourselves or on our loved ones. It is also supposed to ensure that within a year, the deceased will bring another person with him.
And what kind of cemetery superstitions do you know?