Friday the 13th – Origin, Folklore and the Rules

and sent to a lonely mountain summit. This angered her greatly. Therefore, on every Friday she along with 11 other witches and the Devil come together to devise ways to destroy the human race. Thereafter, the Scandinavians called Friday the “Witches Sabbath.”

Britain’s “Hanging Day”
The stories don’t end in myth and folklore. A number of modern day traditions have labeled Friday the 13th as inauspicious; a day of capital punishment. Britain used to execute prisoners on Fridays. And it is said that

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