Don’t fear Friday 13th!

Fighting all negativity
Friday the 13th has been embedded in popular culture as being an unlucky day, in Spanish speaking countries it’s also the 13th but Tuesday and in Italy it’s Friday but the day is the 17th.

As with many superstitions, there are many ‘origin stories’, the most popular one for Friday the 13th originates from a Norse myth about 12 gods having a dinner party in Valhalla. The trickster god Loki, who was not invited, arrived as the 13th guest, and arranged for Höðr to shoot Balder with a mistletoe-tipped arrow.

Whatever the origin, a lot of people have an irrational fear of the number 13 (triskaidekaphobia) for example former Moto GP champion Ángel Nieto. The Spaniard won 13 world title championships, but when he won the last one, in 1984, he would tell people he won ‘12+1’.

Some people choose to spend this day indoors, because they fear something bad will happen, but if you have faith you are under the protection of God, and exercising your faith is a way of facing and overcoming your fears.

This Friday at 7:30pm (also at 7am, 10am and 3pm), join us at the Universal Church, maybe a day that is usually known for superstitions and negativity can be a turn-around day for you; A day where you can overcome the negativity that has oppressed you.

Join us to fight against the forces of darkness behind your problems, as we continue our Spiritual Cleansing sessions.

Event: Fighting all Negativity on Friday the 13th
Date: Friday 13th, 7:30pm (also at 7am, 10am and 3pm)
Location: Rainbow Theatre (also at your local Universal Church)

Sources:
https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/why-friday-13-unlucky-explained/index.html

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/friday-the-13th-why-unlucky-b1722298.html