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!*!WhY FR!DäY the 13TH!*! !*!UnLüCkY DäY?!*!


>>One of the most commonly held supertitions in our so-called civilized, educated society is that Friday the 13th unlucky day, and since in this equation, each is held to be unlucky added together their sum can only equal "DOUBLE TROUBLE"
>>The modern basis for the aura that surrounds Friday the 13th stems from Friday October 13th, 1307, on this date, the Pope of the church in Rome in conjuction with the king of France carried out a secret death warrant against "the KNIGHTS TEMPLAR" The Templars were terminated as heretics, never again to hold the power that they had held for so long, there Grand Master,Jacques DeMolay, was arrested and before he was killed, was tortured and crucified?
>>Superstitions swirling around Friday as being lucky or unlucky have existed since ancient times, beginning with the Northern nations. Ancient Romans dedicated the sixth day of the week to their beautiful, but vain goddess "VENUE," so when the Norsemen adopted the Romas method of naming days, they naturally adopted VENUS as their name for the sixth day of the week.Their closest translation for Venus, Friggor Freya, eventually envolved into Friday, a day they considered to be the luckiest day of the week.
>>From a religious stand point, Muslims tout Friday as the day ALLAH created ADAM, legend has it that Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, the APPLE, on a Friday, and later died on a Friday and CHRISTIANS consider Friday as the day on which CHRIST was crucified by the Romans...
>>The SCANDINAVIAN belief that the number 13 signified bad luck sprang from their mythological 12 Demigods, who were joined by a 13th demigod LOKI, an evil cruel one, who brought upon humans great misfortune, The number 13, in the Christian Faith, is the number of Parties at the Last Supper, with the 13th guest at the table being the TRAITOR,..JUDAS,when Christians combine this day and number, the combination can only hold special significance...
>>Whether or not a person considers Friday the 13th as unlucky, he or she must understand that this superstition, as well as others merely stem from beliefs or practices man used, and continues to use, to explain, and to protect himself, from events beyond his control in his complicated world. He worked, and works only with the bag of knowledge he has on hand.
>>Only when factual, scientific bases for these beliefs are unearthed, and people do not dispel the beliefs, but instead cling to them, the beliefs become superstitions...
>>Today's beliefs may very well be tomorrows superstitions, until then, however DON'T STEP ON A CRACK!!!

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