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“Do not shake the tablecloth out during the night ”, “Do not sew the cloth while wearing it, you sew your luck”, “Do not chew a gum during the night, because you chew the bones of the dead”...
These are some of the thousands phrases of prejudice and superstitions that were created by the early man. Guided  by his ignorance and his fears, by the need to explain weather conditions and nature that surrounded him. He had to give answers so as to get along with everyday life and with all the inexplicable events he was experiencing.
Numerous prejudice and superstitions were created by fear of death. At the dead man’s house, mirrors are covered with cloths in order to protect his soul not to be “captured” by the mirror and gettrapped in it. Once you hear that the hearse passing by, you should stand up or else there is the fear of you getting grasped by the dead...  In some areas, when the dead man gets out of the door they break a glass with water, for it is believed that the soul does not pas…

The mythology of Whistle project

The fictional story behind Whistle Project comes from our fear of the unknown. What cannot be explained with reason. Superstition. The superstition of whistling to be exact. In many cultures, whistling or making whistling noises at night is thought to attract bad luck, bad things, or evil spirits.
In some parts of rural Greece, it is believed that the act of whistling at night attracts/invites evil spirits, who recognize whistling as their language and punish the one doing the whistling, by taking his/her voice forever! These spirits could have various forms, usually half man half beast like figures. One can find similar versions of this myth in other parts of the world.
This supernatural element along with the fact of loosing ones voice, the ability to speak, the ability to express oneself and in extension the loss of one's personal freedom create the basis, the starting point of Whistle Project.

Cultural Beliefs about Whistling
Mexicans, who believe that to whistle at night is to in…