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Why do people observe events like Friday the 13th?

Friday is just a day and thirteen is just a number only if you do not know their significance. Whether or not the day is “lucky” or “unlucky” is only the hype fronting the truth. Observing the origins of the calendar will uncover the ruse surrounding this myth.

The Making of Calendars

The word calendar is etymologically rooted to the words: listing, account book, and register (check the index below).Prior to present day calendars (both Gregorian and Julian) time was recorded by the study of the moon and seasons (nature). The Roman Republic used this method of time keeping till corruption availed toward politician’s interests (taxation, extension of office/position, etc). A new calendar was adopted from the Ancient Khemites (Egyptians), which contained 365 days a year and was named the Julian calendar. By January 1, 45 B.C.E, Julian Caesar installed the new calendar.

Years after installing the Julian calendar, throughout the 1st and 3rd century, the Greco-Romans began to transition from a 8 day week cycle to a 7 day week cycle. By the 4th century, this cycle became staple in the empire and amongst other nations. The Julian calendar was then replaced with the Gregorian calendar as the primary calendar by the year 1582 A.D.  Once the British Empire adopted the Gregorian calendar, in 1752 A.D September 2nd, the British Empire aligned the rest of territories of the Empire with the Gregorian calendar.

The popularity of the English language and Gregorian calendar ushered in the customs of this era’s commercialized culture(s).

Is Friday, really Venus?

Linguistically, the translation of Friday is known to be associated with the Goddess/deity worshiped by Rome (as well as other countries). Venus day (dies Veneris) is the Latin translation for Friday. From the Latin, Spanish, and Castilian languages to the German, Norse, and Old English languages, Venus or Verne translated to what we know as Friday or Friya the wife of Odin. Various cultures worshiped gods/deities and gave them offerings; in this case, Friday was merely an offering to Friya/Venus the wife of Odin/Jupiter/Jehovah/Wednesday.

Observing the significance of this day, furthermore, Friday is only an appellation given to a day within nature’s cycle(of the moon) to appeal to a god/deity. To gain comprehensive knowledge on Friday the 13th, as well as events like these, we must, investigate further.

There are approximately 29 days in a full moon cycle. When we do the math, as the moon phases through 4 main stages (New, First quarter, Full, and the Last Quarter), then consequently, we will have an estimate of 7 days for each stages. Many cultures and civilizations use(d) the 7-day calendar cycle in unison with the lunar cycle (Hebrew, Chinese, Babylonian, etc).

Examing the Hebrew calendar, Friday is considered the the sixth day of the week (See the Index below); hence the reason why Saturday is considered the 7th day of rest. We also see Friday being used as the sixth day of the week in later forms of time management.

During the early 1900’s, a 13 Month calendar was proposed in North America, until, a campaign against the reform was supported by the Vatican. Most businesses/industries adopted this 13 month calendar across the world at the time. Now the question arises on to, why would there be a campaign against a calendar in sync with nature?

That Number..13

How frightening or powerful can a number truly be to be removed from buildings and business establishments?

Many cultures use the moon as a guide to harvest crops. This technique is ancient among agriculturist such as the native Moors in America and around the globe. Native tribes in America such as the Lakota tribe, would use a 13 month calendar to prepare for every season. The Lakota tribe also created names for each Moon in correlation to the seasons. For Ex:

“Blokétu — The Warm Moons (Summer)

Wípazuka Wasté Win — Moon of the June Berries
Canpásapa Wi — Moon When the Chokecherries Are Ripe
Wasúton Wi — Moon of the Harvest”

Following the example of the ancestors, present North American farmers continue to use the Moon as a guide to cultivate their crops. Not only do agriculturist apply this knowledge but businesses do as well. In this article on business news daily, writer Sammi Caramela confirms the methods used by businesses.

“New York-based career coach Kathleen Brady says that ‘the seasons correlate to business cycles.’ According to Brady, employers refocus after the summer, making early autumn, or mid-August through October, the best season for hiring.

‘Department heads push for an increase to take advantage of remaining budget for the year,’ she said. ‘Many realize they must hire before January or risk losing allocated funds for new employees. They also want to get new recruits in before the holiday season mindset takes hold in November.‘”

In the same way farmers harvest their crops after the summer, based on the quote, businesses also follow the same sequences of the nature. So just as farmers prepare for winter, businesses and industries are preparing for you! These industries use the harmonic nature of people to collect revenue; because you are the profit, as well as the business!

We Are Earth

In nature, 13 is an integral part of the moon cycle, golden ratio, and the human body. We are 13 by nature. According to Rabbi Dr. Hillel Ben David (Greg Killian), in his article on the meaning of the number 13, thirteen is the holiest number, as well as love:

Thirteen is the number that bonds multiplicity into oneness…The meaning of the number thirteen is the bonding of many into one…The world and everything around us, is just an extension of Hashem.

The number thirteen is among the holiest of the numbers because it is closely associated with HaShem.

1 Yochanan (John) 4:8 He that loveth not knoweth not HaShem; for HaShem is love”

When Rabbi Dr. David, states “bonding many into one” we may interrupt this statement as humanity bonding with the forces of nature and becoming whole (one with The Creator & Earth).Thirteen signifies harmony. 13 is unity! 13 is change. 13 is evolving with Earth.

Observing the customs of modern society, based on the Gregorian calendar and the work week and all “goods” advertised to us, certainly, something is being sold to us.

We have been sold an unbalanced lifestyle, a backwards concept (against nature), and sold the illusions projected about Friday the 13th.

When we return to nature’s course, we actually begin to re-learn how to preserve ourselves and become self-sufficient. To synchronize with nature we must reinforce our natural way of life. So evolve with the 13 Lunar cycles that spiral up with the Earth and grow.(Pacing ourselves forward, not backwards).

Make space to reconnect to nature-eat healthy, live healthier, and plant seeds- in order to take back you energy. 9.13


  1. The Gregorian calendar was proposed by Pope Gregory the XIII (13)
  2. The Ancient Khemites almanac was known as the Coptic calendar with 13 months
  3. The Ethiopian Amharic calendar also uses the Coptic calendar format with New Years starting near the Vernal equinox (September 11)
  4. The British Empire aligned the rest of its territories with the Gregorian calendar by following the 2nd of September with September 14 (eliminating 11 days).
  5. Jesus Christ is an adaptation of the True Christ Messiah YAHshuah HaMashiach Nazarene Moor.
  6. “Friday the 13th is considered an unlucky day in Western superstition. It occurs when the 13th day of the month in the Gregorian calendar falls on a Friday, which happens at least once every year but can occur up to three times in the same year. In 2017, it occurred twice, on January 13 and October 13. In 2018, it also occurs twice on April 13 and July 13. There will be two Friday the 13ths every year until 2020, where 2021 and 2022 will have just one occurrence, in August and May respectively.”
  7. The Creator(s) (by whatever name Yeh may recognize) set rules upon the Earth for (us) man. Honoring the shabbath is one that we must “guard”.
  8. A 13 Month fixed calendar was used in North America, until, a campaign against the reform was supported by the Vatican.


  • Calendar

“c. 1200, ‘the year as divided systematically into days and months;’ mid-14c. as ‘table showing divisions of the year;’ from Old French calendier ‘list, register,’ from Latin calendarium ‘account book,’ from calendae/kalendae ‘the calends’ the first day of the Roman month, when debts fell due and accounts were reckoned.This is from calare ‘to announce solemnly, call out,’ as the priests did in proclaiming the new moon that marked the calends..”

  • Friday

sixth day of the week, Old English frigedæg“Friday, Frigga’s day,” from Frige, genitive of *Frigu (see Frigg), Germanic goddess of married love. The day name is a West Germanic translation of Latin dies Veneris“day of (the planet) Venus,” which itself translated Greek Aphrodites hemera.

Compare Old Norse frijadagr, Old Frisian frigendei, Middle Dutch vridach, Dutch vrijdag, German Freitag “Friday,” and the Latin-derived cognates Old French vendresdi, French vendredi, Spanish viernes. In Germanic religion, Freya (q.v.) corresponds more closely in character to Venus than Frigg does, and some early Icelandic writers used Freyjudagr for “Friday.”

A fast-day in the Church, hence Friday face(17c.) for a gloomy countenance. Black Friday as the name for the busy shopping day after U.S. Thanksgiving holiday is said to date from 1960s and perhaps was coined by those who had the job of controlling the crowds, not by the merchants; earlier it was used principally of Fridays when financial markets crashed (1866, 1869, 1873).

  • Thirteen

late 14c., metathesis of Middle English thrittene, from Old English þreotene(Mercian), þreotiene (West Saxon), from þreo “three” (see three) + -tene (see -teen). Similar formation in Old Saxon thriutein, Old Frisian thretten, Dutch dertien, German dreizehn, Old Norse threttan, Swedish tretton. As a noun from late Old English.

Not an unlucky number in medieval England, but associated rather with the customary “extra item” (as in baker’s dozen). Superstitions began with association with the Last Supper, and the unluckiness of 13 sitting down together to dine (attested from 1690s). Most of the modern superstitions (buildings with floor “12-A,” etc.) have developed since 1890.

For Mo information, cross the reference section and look everything up for your self. 13Truth


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