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History of Moles

History of Moles

In the entire history of mankind, those who have the moles over their face have been ridiculed and attacked based purely on superstition. Facial moles were never considered as an object of worthy of beauty on any pretty and lovely faces. Instead the moles were hideous lesion growth present on the face and body, mostly the noses, chin, cheek of the villains, the witches sand some other lowly creatures. In no society or culture that ever valued highly of the facial mole.

Abraham Lincoln did famously had a mole on his right cheek.

 

 

Abraham Lincoln did famously had a mole on his right cheek.

History of Mole: Abraham Lincoln did famously had a mole on his right cheek.

 

Folklore and the modern culture

The folklore and still the modern culture uses the physical trait to frame a character whether it is good or evil. The fine features and characters and smooth skin is always associated with the heroes and heroines. The negative characteristic, such as the ugly facial mole, rugged skin, blemished skin are associated with the evil and negative forces.

Medieval Europe

In the Medieval Europe, people who were accused of having demonic possession usually have large ugly moles, birthmarks, or warty growth on their face, and there growth are considered as the sign of devil entry into the soul of the accused person. worst still is when the moles turned dangerous and becomes cancerous. How strange it is and it is a fact. The point to make is that mole is never considered good or pretty. so if in doubt, get it removed or by surgery.