was considered the day of the #Goddess
. It was considered a day to worship the #DivineFeminine
that lives in us all and to honor the cycles of #creation, #death
Friday the 13th was considered a very powerful day to manifest, honor creativity and to celebrate beauty, wisdom and nourishment of the soul.
Friday is Venus Day and Venus is the epitome of feminine energy.
The Number 13 holds extremely potent feminine energy. This is because we have 13 Moon cycles every year and the average female also experiences 13 periods per year.
If a woman’s periods are in sync with the cycle of the Moon, she will shed her lining on the New Moon and ovulate on the Full Moon.
Before patriarchal times, when a woman was bleeding she was considered to embody divine and magical powers. She was regarded by all for her wisdom and ability to offer intuitive and psychic messages.
When she was ovulating, she was considered to be at the height of her power and was celebrated for her ability to receive, hold and create new life.
The lunar calendar is also made up of 13 months.
The Moon is also representative of feminine energy and helps us to understand and deal with our emotions and sensitivities.
Bringing Friday and the number 13 together, is a very powerful day for feminine energy and creativity.
It is also an extremely powerful time of death and rebirth as it represents that mid-point in the cycle between something new emerging and something old slipping away.
Friday the 13th has often been held in high regards by women and many rituals and spells are often conducted on this day in order to make the most of this beautiful energy.
This has also helped to contribute to the fear surrounding Friday the 13th.
We all have feminine energy in us, so Friday the 13th is not just for women. It is a day for all of us to honour or own abilities to create and receive energy from the world around us. #issafridaythe13thbaby #happyfridaythe13th #dayofthegoddess
Friday the 13th is not an unlucky day, get that out of your consciousness! ☝🏽Plus I was born on Friday the 13th so its one of my favorite days! 😄
💁🏽but, where did the stigma come from?
Before patriarchal times,