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Is it friday the 13th today?

is it friday the 13th today?

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Yes it is. And there is a true full moon tonight. The last one until 2048 i believe.

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whats a true full moon? as opposed to a not so truthful one? lol

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The full moons vary in diameter and the one tonight will be 99.914533527205% full or in other words a true full moon.

EDIT: I am sorry I was misinformed, the significance of tonights full moon is that it lands on Friday the 13th. The next full moon on Friday the 13th will be on Friday Aug 13th 2049.

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so is it not a true full moon then?

Cool, a full Moon on the 13th (Lunar number, not an evil number) and Midsummer Eve on a Sabbath day on the 21st…
Like I posted on the thread about Sabbath, in the year '14 (7 + 7) there is a double Sabbath…on a Saturday Jewish/Christian Sabbath and Aine’s faerie queen Sabbath as well… preceded by a full Moon 7 days before the beginning of the Solstice Sabbath (which starts Friday)

Yes.

It might be significant for me. I was born on such a day. I do not consider the 13th unlucky, I consider it related to the 13th apostle, reincarnation, second chances, destiny vs. fate, free will, dissolution and revelation. Lately I’ve put a lot of faith out there. Talking about how when you pray, pray as if it already happened with strong faith. Pray as if you were heard. Instead of requesting things, for instance:

I am blessed to be experiencing the miracle of existence. I am strong despite all these trials and tribulations. Keep the angels at your side, and God within. God is the infinite and undefeatable, he made us in his image so that we could be masters of our own karma and truth. The revelations section of the bible is a later piece which was a dialogue and commentary on the politics of church and state corruption. Most are analogies and superstitions. I like the book of mary…
http://startistics.com/2011/06/13-jesus-the-thirteenth-aeon/

Mary

[13 Apostles]

In mathematics[edit]
The number 13 is the sixth prime number, and the smallest emirp (a prime that is a different prime when reversed).2 It is also a Fibonacci number, a happy number, the third centered square number, and one of only 3 known Wilson primes.

Since 52 + 122 = 132, (5, 12, 13) forms a Pythagorean triple.

There are 13 Archimedean solids, and a standard torus can be sliced into 13 pieces with just 3 plane cuts.2 There are also 13 different ways for the three fastest horses in a horse race to finish, allowing for ties, a fact that can be expressed mathematically by 13 being the third ordered Bell number.[3]

In religion[edit]
Roman Catholicism[edit]
The apparitions of the Virgin of Fátima in 1917 were claimed to occur on the 13th day of six consecutive months.[4]

In Catholic devotional practice, the number thirteen is also associated with Saint Anthony of Padua, since his feast day falls on June 13. A traditional devotion called the Thirteen Tuesdays of St. Anthony[5] involves praying for the saint every Tuesday over a period of thirteen weeks. Another devotion, St. Anthony’s Chaplet, consists of thirteen decades of three beads each.[6]

Sikhism[edit]
According to famous Sakhi (Evidence) or story of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, when he was an accountant at a town of Sultanpur Lodhi, he was distributing grocery to people and when he gave groceries to the 13th person he stopped there because in Gurmukhi and Hindi the word 13 is called Terah, which means yours. And Guru Nanak Dev Ji kept on saying, “Yours, yours, yours…” remembering God. People reported to the emperor that Guru Nanak Dev Ji was giving out free food to the people. When treasures were checked, there was more money than before.

The Vaisakhi, which commemorates the creation of “Khalsa” or pure Sikh was celebrated on April 13 for many years.

Judaism[edit]
In Judaism, 13 signifies the age at which a boy matures and becomes a Bar Mitzvah, i.e., a full member of the Jewish faith (counts as a member of Minyan).
The number of principles of Jewish faith according to Maimonides.
According to Rabbinic commentary on the Torah, God has 13 Attributes of Mercy.
The number of circles, or “nodes”, that make up Metatron’s Cube in Kaballistic teachings.
Zoroastrianism[edit]
The number 13 had been considered sinister and wicked in ancient Iranian civilization and Zoroastrianism. Since beginning of the Nourooz tradition, the 13th day of each new Iranian year is called Sizdah Be-dar, and this tradition is still alive among Iranian people both within modern Iran and abroad. Since Sizdah Be-dar is the 13th day of the year, it is considered a day when evil’s power might cause difficulties for people. Therefore people leave urban areas for one day and camp in the countryside. Even in the current post-1979 Revolution era, and despite the wishes of Islamic government, this tradition continues to be practiced by the majority of the population throughout Iran.

Islam[edit]
In Shia Islam 13 signifies the 13th day of the month of Rajab (Lunar calendar), which is the birth of Imam Ali. 13 also is a total of 1 Prophet and 12 Imams in the Shia school of thought.

Other[edit]
In Mesoamerican divination, 13 is the number of important cycles of fortune/misfortune (see Trecena).[citation needed]
Traditionally, there are 13 witches in a coven.[citation needed]
In a pentagram with a circle ratio of 13, each arm of the star equals 12.36, the number of lunar months, days and hours in a solar year. Add the arms together and you get the number of full moons in five years.[citation needed]

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It is the 13th and I fell on my bicycle today. Some bleeding in one knee and one hand, nothing major. It must be true what they tell about the 13th day and Friday :smiley:

The Friday the 13th thing is how people give bad energy to a number that was and is actually a sacred number.
The lunar calender was used all over the world containing 13 months. Womans menstrual cycle goes with the cycle of the moon…(some women might consider that unlucky though, LOL )
12 apostles + Jesus as the leader = Jesus as the 13th. Or, Mary Magdalene as the secretive 13th apostle in a male dominated society. Or, the apostle Paul replacing Judas becoming the 13th male disciple.

Here’s some more interesting trivia from a Christian perspective…
http://www.faithwriters.com/article-details.php?id=82702

“Number 13 Meaning, It’s a Powerful Blessing From God
The number “13” in not an evil number as the devil has gotten us to believe. But rather, it is a number of great promise and blessing”…

I don’t think I would have noticed if I didn’t come on here today.

What I find interesting is the fact that the moon’s size just happens to be the right size to cover the Sun during a full eclipse.

i didn’t realize today was friday the 13th. Thanks for reminding me lol

Today sucks, I blame it on the day of the month.

It takes thirteen pentagrams to form a hexagram.