#Omens&Symbols . . . Friday the 13th


Happy Friday the 13th, ya’ll✨🍀
This will actually be the first of 2 Friday the 13th this year. The second one is in October🎃

Before patriarchy began, Friday the 13th was known as, ‘The Day of the Goddess’ -a day to honor, celebrate, and hold sacred the Divine Feminine within all of us and to honor the cycles of life, death, and rebirth.

Friday’s origin comes from Old English & means “Day of Frigg”- a Norse Goddess of love & fertility.

In astrology, Friday represents Venus – the planet of love, beauty, art, & pleasure.

In numerology, 13 brings about positive change.

In tarot, the 13th card is Death – a card that represents endings, transformation, rebirth, & new beginnings.

Throughout the course of a single year, there are 13 Moon cycles and some women experience 13 periods each year. The Moon itself is considered to be divine feminine energy & influences our emotions & heightens our intuition.

In some eastern cultures, such as Italian, the number 13 is considered to be very lucky. Associated with the Great Goddess, fertility and the lunar cycles, the number is thought to bring prosperity and life — quite the opposite view than that of the western world.

I could go on, and on…

So, as much as pop-culture has led us to believe, Friday the 13th is actually associated with the divine, & is said to bring good luck & prosperity to those who embrace it. Today is a beautiful day to worship the Divine Feminine…

Moon and Cactus





Text Credit: The Soul Journey with Sarah Moussa https://www.facebook.com/100069505335894/posts/pfbid02u7ueGmEp7YA9P5ny7ubXRMdrpRYPb3rzermKKYCBiJ3FHc8Hy4MxEVesPiAuV79Cl/?mibextid=Nif5oz


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