It’s Friday the 13th, a day for superstitious people who fear some misfortune or lucky ones who dream of winning the jackpot.
In the Anglo-Saxon world, Friday the 13th is considered a lucky or dangerous day, which “Geo” magazine questions the origin of the superstition associated with Friday the 13th, which we do not know. If this is a myth or fact.
Nowadays, some buildings do not mark the 13th floor and residents refuse to have the number 13 in their address, some voluntarily avoid flying on Friday the 13th.
Historians blame Gregor on page 13 for accidentally establishing the Gregorian calendar in 1582, while the solar calendar provides one to three “Friday the 13th”.
The fear of “Friday the 13th” is called paraskevidekatriaphobia, an unpronounceable word with origins in Greek etymology: “paraskevi” meaning “Friday”, “decatrees” (thirteen) and “phobos” (fear or fear), the magazine said.
Recent history reinforces this reputation for bad luck associated with Friday the 13th, including in Quebec, where health officials declared a health emergency after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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