How to Celebrate Friday 13th
Friday the 13th is tomorrow but don't be afraid it really has little to do with witchcraft.
Friday the 13th has connections to both superstition and pagan practices. In pagan and Norse mythology, Friday was associated with the goddess Freya, who symbolized love, fertility, and beauty.
However, when Christianity spread, Friday became linked to negative events, including the crucifixion of Jesus. Additionally, the number 13 has long been seen as unlucky due to its association with the Last Supper and the number of participants.
These beliefs and superstitions have intertwined to create the notion of Friday the 13th being an ill-fated day.
In this video, I talk about how you can celebrate Friday the 13th in a positive pagan way.
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Use the above tips to celebrate Friday the 13th in a positive pagan way.
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