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Mystery Cache

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Hidden : 2/4/2012
In Wisconsin, United States
3.5 out of 5
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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******* Get Lucky!! *******

The four-leaf clover is one of the most common North American lucky emblems and is an especially frequent image on good luck coins, and good luck postcards. It takes a lot of effort to search for four-leaf clovers - you can find them among the other leaves, only if you have sharp eyesight. Shamrocks (with three or four leaves) have been considered good-luck symbols by the Irish since early times, and shamrocks or various representations of the plant are frequently worn on Saint Patrick's Day. The hop clover is widely accepted as the original shamrock picked by Saint Patrick. The name shamrock comes from the Irish Seamrog, which means "little clover. The clovers also occupied a position in the cultural life of early peoples. White clover in particular was held in high esteem by the early Celts of Wales as a charm against evil spirits. The significance invested in four leaf clovers pre-dates Christianity, going back to the pagan period, when four leaf clovers were Celtic charms. Celtic dominance once extended across Ireland and much of Western Europe. It was the Druids (Celtic priests) who elevated four leaf clovers to the status of Celtic charms, allegedly potent against malevolent spirits. Their status as Celtic charms is the origin of the modern belief in their power to bestow good luck. The first literary reference to draw on the tradition of four leaf clovers as Celtic charms seems to have been made in 1620. In that year Sir John Melton wrote, "If a man walking in the fields finds any four-leafed grass, he shall in a small while after find some good thing." Since there are on average, 10,000 three leaf clovers for every instance of a true four leaf clover, Sir Melton's hunter would have had to have excellent vision as well as good luck! The leaves of four leaf clovers are sometimes said to stand for faith, hope, love, and luck. Throughout history four-leaf clovers have been thought to bring luck, mostly because they are so rare. There are no clover plants that naturally produce four leaves. The mystique of the four leaf clover continues today, since finding a real four leaf clover is still a rare occurrence and omen of good luck!

*** This cache is “NOT” hidden at the listed coordinates, but if you get Lucky you’ll find it!! ***

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Last Updated: on 2/2/2017 1:16:25 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:16 AM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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