Stay inside!!   Bad luck is everywhere today!!
If there’s one day you don’t want to walk under ladders, break any mirrors, or run afoul of any hockey-mask-wearing lunatics, it’s Friday the 13th. The day, which occurs one to three times every year, is synonymous with bad luck, and folks on the Web are eager to know how it got such a scary reputation.

Urban legend experts offer several theories on why Friday the 13th is so feared. Some of the more common theories link it to a significant event in the Christian tradition said to have taken place on Friday.  The big examples include the crucifixion and Eve offering the apple to Adam in the Garden of Eden.
And then there’s the number 13. Many buildings don’t have a 13th floor; some airplanes don’t have a 13th row.  Clearly, many people are a bit worried about encountering the unlucky number in their daily routines. According to urban legend experts, the aversion to all things 13 may have begun when early humans were learning to count. “Primitive man had only his 10 fingers and two feet to represent units,” this explanation goes, “so he could count no higher than 12. What lay beyond that — 13 — was an impenetrable mystery to our prehistoric ancestors, hence an object of superstition.”
Another theory: Thirteen became feared because it represented femininity. Some believe priests vilified the number because it “corresponded to the number of lunar (menstrual) cycles in a year.” That number was “revered in prehistoric goddess-worshipping cultures.”

There is yet another theory.  The superstition stems from the events that took place on Friday, October 13, 1307. On that day, the pope of the Roman Catholic Church, in combination with the king of France, sentenced the Knights Templar to death and ordered the torture and crucifixion of their leader.
So many superstitions, so little evidence! To many, Friday is considered a day to be extra cautious, because bad things may happen with a bit more frequency as the work week winds down. And to others, the number 13 is incredibly unlucky for any number of perceived reasons. Combine the unlucky day of the week with the unlucky number, and you get a day that makes even the otherwise non-superstitious run for cover.
And really, it’s not only the superstitious people who place credence in these theories. There was even 1 1993 study published in the British Medical Journal on whether Friday the 13th is bad for one’s health.
Friday the 13th is unlucky for some. The risk of hospital admission as a result of a transport accident may be increased by as much as 52 percent. Staying at home is recommended.

16 thoughts on “FRIDAY THE 13th – BE AFRAID!”

  1. Well, well, what power do we have here about friday the 13th?
    There is but one way you're going to understand the truth about it as follows:
    What power do you give to it, and furthermore what and who holds such stock in the farside of life? This is really where the catch is, the programing in both sides of life! How's that?
    Te farside of life maybe trying to make you a stocker of spirit-consciousness the wrong way, and I have some things against that.

  2. Believe it or not!!
    good luck and use the numbers…
    THANK YOU….peace julio

  3. I had heard the one about the Catholic church and the Knights Templar. I think some of the Knights got away, and are waiting for a chance for revenge.

  4. Isn't the 2nd friday the 13th of a year called a blue moon? There is 2 friday the 13ths this year. The 2nd one is in April, I think.

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