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Why is Friday 13th considered unlucky?
The belief that Friday 13th is an unlucky day is one of the most widely known superstitions in Britain today.
Why is Friday 13th considered very unlucky? The superstition surrounding Friday the 13th is a combination of two separate fears:
- the fear of the number 13 (called triskaidekaphobia)
- the fear of Fridays
It is unlucky to have thirteen at a table or in a company.
The number 13, in the Christian faith, is the number of people at the
Last Supper, with the 13th guest at the table being the traitor, Judas.
- A witches coven consists of 13 members.
- Tarot Card number 13 is the Death Card, depicting the Grim Reaper
- Hotels rarely have a room number 13
- There are 13 steps leading to the gallows.
- 13 knots in a hangman's noose.
- 13 feet which the guillotine blade falls.
- The driver of Princess Diana hit pillar 13 at Place de l'Alma, Paris, France which unfortunately resulted in her death.
- Fridays have been considered an unlucky day since the medieval times.
- It is generally considered bad luck to start anything on a Friday -
a new journey, job, marriage, business project, giving birth, moving house
- It is unlucky to cut fingernails and hair on a Friday.
- In Britain, Friday was the conventional day for public hangings, and there were supposedly 13 steps leading up to the noose!
Friday is considered an unlucky day in some religions:
Muslims tout Friday as the day Allah created Adam
Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit on a Friday and later died on a Friday.
Christians consider Friday as the day on which Christ was crucified by the Romans.
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