Friday the 13th


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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Educate yourself. You have an abundant amount of knowledge right at your fingertips, my loves.

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