September 29, 2020

13 things you might not know about Friday the 13th

Friday the thirteenth is known for being the most unfortunate day of the year, with numerous individuals dreading what the day involves.

The unfortunate date will happen this week, just because all year, yet just because all decade. Also, to respect the event, we gathered together 13 things you probably won’t think about this inauspicious day.

Regardless of whether you believe it’s unfortunate or not, cross your fingers (and possibly your toes) and look at these 13 intriguing realities about Friday the thirteenth.

There are various speculations about the causes of Friday the thirteenth and its relationship with everything unfortunate. One hypothesis is that the superstition originates from early Christianity, since thirteen is the quantity of individuals present at the Last Supper (Jesus and his 12 missionaries), which occurred on Maundy Thursday. At the Last Supper, Judas, the messenger w­ho sold out Jesus, was the thirteenth individual from the gathering to show up. Jesus passed on the following day, on Good Friday.

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