Be Lucky on Friday the 13th Spread
On This Day
Hotels, hospitals, and many high-rises omit marking thirteenth floors, and airports often omit the thirteenth gate.
The earliest known documented reference to the bad luck surrounding Friday the 13th came on this day in 1868. The biography of Italian composer Gioachino Rossini states “like so many Italians, he regarded Fridays as an unlucky day and thirteen as an unlucky number; it is remarkable one Friday the 13th of November he died.” Friday the 13th is steeped in mystery and unease.
Summation of Spread
The Death card is the thirteenth card in the tarot deck. It reveals massive change, upheaval, and a turning point toward a new reality. Death bares all but the essential, leaving freedom in its wake. Often represented with a scythe, due to the idea of his harvesting of souls, the skeleton is the structure of our bodies, the essence of our physicality.
Want to ramp up your luck factor? The Be Lucky on Friday the 13th Spread’s questions are not just there to guarantee luck on Friday the 13th but to increase luck in general.
Cast Your Cards
Cast in the shape of the number 13:
1. How can I focus on staying positive all day?
2. What is my blessing?
3. Can I be adventurous?
4. How do I give more than I take?
5. What helps me expect good things?
6. How do I stay open to opportunity?
7. What helps me see serendipity everywhere?
8. Why should I believe in myself?