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Tuesday the 13th, don’t get married or get on board! These are the best MEMES that this ‘bad luck’ day left

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Tuesday the 13th, don’t get married or get on board!  These are the best MEMES that this ‘bad luck’ day left

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Today is Tuesday the 13th, a day considered by many to be full of bad luck. For this reason, many Mexicans turned to their social networks to warn about the supposed dangers that a person runs when passing under a ladder, the risks they may face if a black cat passes in front of them or the misfortune that they would have if they closed a deal.

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These beliefs contrary to reason are known as superstitions and tend to flood social networks whenever the 13th of a month falls on a Tuesday or Friday. However, on this occasion several Internet users decided to take ‘bad luck’ with humor with mocking comments and memes about it. Some even chose to eliminate the mysticism and insisted that it is a day like any other.

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“Neither Tuesday the 13th is so bad, nor February 14th is so beautiful.” “Out with bad vibes.” “When it’s Tuesday the 13th but you’re calm because things are always going badly for you:”. “Good luck on your Tuesday the 13th.” “I had planned to sail the seven seas; but it turns out that it is #Tuesday13 and today the recommendation is: “Don’t get married; Don’t even get on board,” were some comments.

This belief is not exclusive to Mexico, as it exists in many Latin American countries. According to an article published by National Geographic, this superstition dates back to the Abrahamic religions and has gained strength in recent years thanks to some historical coincidences.

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This superstition is divided into two parts: the number and the day.

Throughout history, some cultures have given a negative connotation to the number 13 because of its link to a religion. For example, in Jewish Kabbalah this number is related to death because it is believed that there are 13 evil spirits and it has a direct relationship with the animal that Abraham had to sacrifice to God.

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In Christian religions, the number 13 also has a negative connotation because it was the number of members of the Last Supper, it is believed that Jesus was crucified on that day, which has a relationship with the Apocalypse and the antichrist appears in the thirteenth chapter. .

As for the day of the week, it is related to Tuesday because it was named that way in honor of Mars, the lord of war, according to Roman culture.

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