The History of Friday The 13th – A Good Day For Pagans

A throw back….

Springwolf Reflections

“Black Friday” or “Black Cat Day”

Friday the 13thFear of Friday the 13th is known as triskaidekaphobes.

When fear of the day started is up for debate. Some suggest little can be found about the day being negative or filled with bad luck prior to the late 1800s. But others link the phobia to older historical events and occurrences which symbolize the link between the number thirteen and Friday to disastrous events.

One thing many seem to agree to is that both the number thirteen and the sixth day of the week (Friday) have been associated with negative connotations from patriarchal societies and most definitely western cultures. Where as matriarchal societies associate both these objects with positive aspects and connotations.

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In numerology ’12’ is the number of completeness. It is connected to the twelve hours of the clock and the twelve months of the year. But there are…

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  1. Joanna DeVoe says:


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    1. I hope you had a good one Jo! Sorry to get back to you so late. Been refurbishing my house. No guts no glory! ✨👌🙈


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