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How did the superstition that broken mirrors cause bad luck start and why does it still exist?

By Barry Markovsky, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of South Carolina
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In both ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, reflected images were thought to hold mysterious powers. Damaging a mirror was believed to invite the wrath of the gods.

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