Horseshoes are said to be very lucky when hung up in a person’s home. They protect against evil and witchcraft from entering the home, and also showers the people who pass by it with good luck and fortune. Generally the horseshoes are made of iron or steel and are hung up over the doorways of front and back doors. There has long been a debate whether the good luck horseshoe should be hung upright or upside down. Some say that it should be hung upright so that it can collect and hold all the good luck while others claim that it works best when flipped upside down; so that it showers people with good luck and fortune as they walk by.
Perhaps the best way to benefit from a horseshoe’s good luck is to do a combination of both ways. Hang up your horseshoe upright above your doorways for 6 days, and on the 7th day turn it upside down. Keep it upside down for 6 days and then flip it upright again on the 7th day. Repeat this every week and you will be the luckiest person on your block! The horseshoe symbol is synonymous with the lucky number 7 since horseshoes are commonly held together with 7 nails. The number 7 is said to be the luckiest number and doing things in sets of 7 is common to many types of rituals and events. Keep this horseshoe charm in your home and be blessed with Good Luck and Fortune while Protected against Evil and Witchcraft. Click Here For Horseshoes