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VIDEO Expert explains where Friday the 13 superstition may come from

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VIDEO Expert explains where Friday the 13 superstition may come from
VIDEO Expert explains where Friday the 13 superstition may come from
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Today as you know it's friday, the 13th that means many people might be a little on edge little bit but why should they be a silly superstition or.

>>or is there some truth to the belief that we should be a little.

Cautious on this day wfmz sara madonna has more.

>>friday the 13th the day that is considered bad luck but isn't really and where did the superstition even come from.

Jeffrey writes, key is a psychology professor of middle college in a superstition expert.

He says the stigma around friday, the 13th may relate to the last supper friday is the look at unlucky in the christian tradition jesus was.

>>killed on friday.

And 13 has the look at unlucky number because to this was a 13 person to arrive at the last supper regardless of how the superstition came about rescue says whether or not the day is a bad day is all a matter of interpretation.

>>you know this negative your more likely to be tuned into.

Lucky things happening in your environment so risky says it may appear that more negative things are happening.

But that's not necessarily the case he says all superstitions.

>>we're simply human nature gives us a sense predictability it gives us it gives us a call.

For things that appear he uses athletes as examples many of rituals before big games engaging in a ritual on you put yourself kind of in a mindless zone where you let your reflexes takeover.

The original question.

Friday, the 13th really unlucky.

My interpretation of what we have been lucky find that their case is what people believe it's unlucky.

>>whenever something bad happens by the nafta beef imports.

>>and if you believe friday, the 13th i have more bad




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