Rabbit Good Luck Ritual | Community Ritual | Do It Like the Japanese
May 1, 2021 All day
Rabbit Good Luck Ritual
What is the Rabbit Good Luck Ritual?
Do you say “Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit” before you get out of bed in the morning? If so, you are in good company with many people living in various parts of the world. If not, read on to learn why you should be saying this mantra on the first day of the month. Although it is unknown where the rabbit good luck ritual began, the first written record of saying rabbit three times aloud on the first day of the month can be found in the 1909 British periodical called, “Notes and Queries “.
Rabbits for Good Luck
Many people carry a rabbit’s foot in their pocket as a good luck charm. Franklin D. Roosevelt even carried a rabbit’s foot during his campaign for presidency. He believed it brought him good luck on the campaign trail. Another way to bring good luck into the home includes hanging pictures of rabbits on the wall or placing sculptures of rabbits throughout homes as a symbol of good luck.
Myths and tales from our ancestors containing a rabbit good luck ritual have traveled from Europe to Africa and from America to the Far East. Just as most cultures have a tale of a great flood, they also have similar tales about the hare. Gods and goddesses are associated with the hare because it is fickle and intuitive.
Do It Like the Japanese!
****Do it like the Japanese this month. The Japanese leave coins and gifts on their rabbit statues the first day of the month for GOOD LUCK!
Music Tidbit…. Released in 1980, the song’s meaning has creative interpretations. Songwriter David Fenton explained: “Turning Japanese is all the clichés about angst and youth and teens turning into something they didn’t expect to.” The song was featured in the 80’s famous film and one of my all time favorite movies, “Sixteen Candles”.
What if you forget?
Did you forget to say rabbit three times out loud this morning before you rolled out of bed? Maybe you just heard about the good luck rabbit ritual and now you are wondering what happens now. Good news, you can accept good luck this month. All you have to do to shout out loud, “Tibbar, Tibbar, Tibbar“(rabbit spelled backwards!).
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