May 13, 2016
It’s another occurrence of the 13th falling on a Friday. And to Pagan’s that’s a good day!
Fear of Friday the 13th is known as triskaidekaphobes.
While the mainstream Western World runs in fear from Friday the 13th, many pagans should shed those made up connotations and revel in the day as one to be celebrated with joy and excitement. It’s a time to let go of the old that maybe holding you back and welcome in the new. It’s a day to honor the Divine (whatever that is to you) and connect with spirit for progress, and positive transformation. It’s a good day to create new ritual tools, such as carving a new wand, fashioning a new broom or even simply cleaning off your altar and re-organizing your supply closet.
Learn more about Friday the 13th:
- The History of Friday The 13th – A Good Day For Pagans
- June 13th 2014 – Friday the 13th and the Full Moon – What’s In A Day?
- How Rare Is “Full Moon Friday the 13th”? – June 13th 2014
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