Numerology and Thirteen; Transformation number

Numerology and Thirteen; Transformation number

Why do we consider the number thirteen unlucky? What is it about it that makes us conflate it with black cats and broken mirrors as something to avoid?

Many people choose to stay home and avoid dates on Friday the 13th, although few could tell you why this superstition exists. Many office buildings and hotels omit the number 13 in their floor or room numbering. We even have terms like baker’s dozen that we can replace with thirteen.

Thirteen men sat at Jesus’ table for the Last Supper and then he was betrayed by Judas. Thirteen is the number of the Death card in the tarot, but it doesn’t actually portend physical death, as some cards do – it’s a card of transformation and change.

Thirteen in numerology

For both the numerologist and the tarot reader, thirteen is a number of transformation. It usually results in demolition, the destruction of the old structure, followed by rebuilding in a new, often better form. This is never an easy process and requires hard work and persistence to achieve.

Thirteen in a numerology reading requires testing your core principles; what you believe. It attracts changes in your destiny that lead to changes in your worldview. Reduces to (4) number based on practice questions and hard work. It will tend to bring opportunities to recreate yourself, but only at a cost.

So don’t be afraid of the number thirteen. Instead, treat it as the ancients did; as a divine and powerful number for change.

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