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Learn all about Four leaf Clovers in Celtic, Norse and Anglo Saxon mythology.

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Four leaf Clover

For centuries the four leaf clover was considered to possess great power to protect against evil and bad omens. There have been many cultures that believe in the magical power of four leaf clovers through time. In ancient Egypt it was customary to give a four leaf clover to bless the union of a new couple, as a symbol of eternal love. Children hung clovers as a talisman to protect them from evil.
Four leaf cloverLegend describes the four leaf clover was a plant that grew in abundance in paradise where Adam and Eve lived. After being banished from Eden, Eve took a small clover with four petals, to help her reveal before her eyes, invisible demons, evil beings that otherwise she was not able to see. This clover gave her protection and a blessing when facing the terrors of the world. Later, after the coming of Christ, it was given the symbolism of the Holy Cross as a symbol of nature, blessing with love and prosperity.

Each leaf of the clover has a specific meaning:
The first leaf is for Hope.
The second if for Faith.
The third is for Love.
The fourth is for Luck.

Adam and Eve Clover

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