Friday the 13th – Get on the level

Friday the 13th is considered unlucky by a lot of people and I don’t know why. It is a number, it is a day! If you want to live under the umbrella of fear over a day, then what other things do you believe in? Do you believe a black cat is unlucky? Come on, it is the 21st century. I suspect the same people who believe this also believe in goblins and demons.

The idea was that both the number and day carried a negative connotation. (okay). Having that fear of 13 could also stem from the fact number 12 seems to be the limit on numbers for people, as there are 12 months a year and the day is split into two 12 hour periods etc. So imagining that 13 could exist will blow peoples minds. Wait until they hear about 14. On the painting of the last supper, there are 13 people. Judas was person 13, who betrayed Jesus. Maybe there is a religious significance. I doubt it though. Jesus was going to be crucified no matter who was at the supper.

I’ll tell you the real story of the history of the Friday the 13th. It was back on the Friday 13th in 1307 that Philip IV of France arrested hundred of members of the Knights Templar and had them killed. This is the day that they were dissolved, supposedly. In reality they went underground like many other pagans. Don’t think the Knights Templar were Christians. They were disbanded and killed for worshipping evil entities. In the 21st Century, many organisations profess to be that same group, yet are pagans who worship ‘other’ Gods and beings. Let’s end on a poem, because I’ve covered a little about the history.

A hundred years

the day has come

what has to be done

single fold

of the untold


of super imposition

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