Friday the 13th
the ultimate divine feminine day!
Time to take this day back, and learn what it’s really all about. The patriarchy has us thinking it is a day of bad luck in order to suppress women empowerment.
Friday (Freya’s Day) was named for Freya — an irresistible, Norse warrior goddess of beauty. She exuded sexuality and fertility, and was connected with war and witchcraft. She was an unstoppable expression of divine femininity pre-patriarchal times, and she is also known as Venus in Roman mythology.
In Celtic and Norse cultures, 13 is a LUCKY number as it celebrates this goddess since 13 is her sacred number. Every 8 years, Venus orbits the Sun 13 times, and during that 8 year cycle, she passes between the Sun and Earth five times — which completes her five Synodic Period. You do the math. This sacred number also correlates with the Fibonacci Sequence, and how many menstrual cycles an average woman has in a year — which is a direct reflection of the Moon’s (the symbol of women) different phases as well.
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