posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 07:13 PM
OK here is my true story.
In 1991 I visited the big island of Hawaii, Kona. While there we visited Kilauea in Volcano National Park. During our tour, the guide cautioned all
visitors not to take any tiny bits of lava rock as it displeases Kilauea and will bring bad luck. (Island Mythology not to anger the GOD Kilauea) He
mentioned that each year the Park receives hundreds of pieces of rocks that tourists mail back to the island. I DID NOT TAKE ANY.
On our final day of the trip, we picked up gifts for friends and family, mostly Kona coffee and Macadamia nuts and I purchased a cool little Tiki type
totem statue. Like this:
For the next several weeks upon returning home, I experienced a freakish string of extraordinary bad luck. (Auto accident resulting in detached
retina, condo broken into and a rather significant lawsuit and several other oddities.) One day I happened to pick up the Tiki and a very small
imprint etched on the bottom read CARVED FROM 100% KILAUEA LAVA or something to that effect. I mailed it back the very next day. Things seemed to
Not sure if that was the root cause of my string of bad luck but to this day I believe it was.
edit on 23-3-2011 by kinda kurious because: (no reason given)