Fight bankruptcy and attract wealth: Wallets superstitions

Whether we admit it or not, money is an extremely important part of our lives. It is no wonder, then, that the wallet, and therefore the place where we store it, is surrounded by numerous superstitions.

Superstitions about wallets usually have one purpose: to attract wealth and prevent it from becoming scarce. Some superstitions related to wallets are well known and readily applied, others are regionally popular. Some seem absurd, others seem to have a grain of reason in them... Here are the most interesting ones!


Carp will make a guest appearance as a goldfish

If you want to ensure abundance throughout the coming year, on New Year's Eve, don't forget to put in your wallet - as deep as possible so they don't fall out! - a couple of scales from the carp you made on Christmas Eve. Carry them there all year round and they will protect your wallet from theft, ward off the urge to spend foolishly and magically attract new cash.


A prosperity made in China

Worn in your wallet or purse, Chinese coins with a square hole tied with red - the colour of luck and fortune - thread will attract prosperity to you. Some people also put them under the doormat in front of the threshold of the flat - to "invite" money into the house.

Fix the holes in your budget

Wallets must not have holes and fraying, because money can fly through them: both symbolically and actually! If a hole does appear, sew it up immediately (preferably with gold thread) or replace the wallet with a new one. It is also said that money doesn't like to be in a dirty, crumpled wallet: whether you carry a wallet with Swarovski crystals or the simplest purse, make sure your wallet is always in perfect condition!


Be careful with your handbag

Are you in the habit of putting your handbag - which, after all, contains your wallet - on the floor? Be careful that money doesn't crawl out of it! It's better not to take the risk, and it's a shame to get your purse dirty...

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