Friday the 13th (Friday) what is it?You need to know two Black Friday!

Today is Friday the 13th, commonly known as Black Friday. I asked the Studio partners at morning who know the origin of the Friday the 13th is the Black Friday?

Never thought he could say Black Friday commercial marketing practices this eye is a Shopaholic’s words!?OMG!Life education just can’t wait. Friday the 13th (or black) is in Western culture, calling on every 13th of the month falls on a Friday.And people say Black Friday, but are not limited to be the 13th of each month, mainly refers to the United States each year on the first day after Thanksgiving, is generally considered to mark the official start of the Christmas shopping period, is seen as barometer of Christmas retail sales a year, is therefore most important to various businesses of the year is one of the busiest days.

But we say Friday the 13th is the source of Black Friday, is in the Germanic and romance languages the country’s culture, Friday the 13th superstition they think is unfortunate, unlucky day.In many other cultures can be seen similar superstitions, such as Greek culture as “Friday the 13th” the unlucky day. Earliest records associated with Friday the 13th, is famous in the history of the Knights Templar on October 13, 1307, the massacre event, on the morning of the French King Philip ordered the arrest and murder all the Knights of the temple, and it turns out that day and was 13th and Friday. One of the last supper is also the origin of the Friday the 13th. [Caption Id= “attachment_44” align= “AlignCenter” width= “300”] The last Supper (Leonardo da Vinci, 1495-1498) Leonardo da Vinci 1452 1519 The Last Supper 1495 1498[/caption] Another origin of this superstition is the final supper from the Bible, which was the day of the arrest of Jesus, who was betrayed by Judas, one of his disciples, in Friday, And the Calvary Judas was the 13th guest in the Last Supper of the day.

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