Most Popular Beliefs and Superstitions about Meteors

Most Popular Beliefs and Superstitions about Meteors

Long ago, meteors were thought to foreshadow different events or that they themselves were messages sent by higher beings. One of the more common ideas was that the gods sent these messages.

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Meteors - Native American Superstitions about Meteors

Native American Superstitions about Meteors

23.10.20150556

A tribe once inhabiting the territory of today's state of Montana believed that with the appearance of a meteor their society would be afflicted by disease or that the chieftain would suffer misfortune.

Meteors - Perseids - the Legendary Meteor Shower

Perseids - the Legendary Meteor Shower

23.10.2015096

The Perseids owe their name to the fact that when viewed from Earth, the meteor shower appears to come from the Perseus constellation. It, in turn, is named after the famous hero from Ancient Greek mythology.

Meteors - Geminids and Beliefs about Meteors

Geminids and Beliefs about Meteors

22.10.20150783

What we know is that back in the early centuries, meteor showers were something quite strange and even terrifying to our ancestors. In ancient times, people would give meteors all sorts of meanings and see signs in them.

Meteors - Orionid Meteor Shower to Make All Wishes Come True on Thursday

Orionid Meteor Shower to Make All Wishes Come True on Thursday

21.10.20150116

The Orionids have been lighting up the night sky since October 20. By the end of the meter shower, an average of about 150 meteors per hour will have burned up in Earth's atmosphere.

Meteors - Shooting Stars Throughout August

Shooting Stars Throughout August

30.07.20140342

The peak of the falling stars will be between the 11th and 13th of August and will be visible without needing any special equipment. The most suitable time for observation will be between 10:30 PM and midnight.

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