you know, i don't like, even getting out of bed on, "Friday 13", and the next one, is on it's way Friday, 13 October 2017, but did you know The fear of Friday the 13th is called friggatriskaidekaphobia. Frigg is the Norse goddess whom Friday is named after and triskaidekaphobia means the fear of 13. It's also known as paraskevidekatriaphobia, which is based on the Greek word for Friday. In Brazil, Friday 13 in August is considered unluckier than any other Friday 13, especially as agosto(August) rhymes with desgosto (sorrow), some say Some say, that the concept of Friday and the number 13, being unlucky may be linked, to stories from the Bible. For example, Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus, has been labelled the 13th guest at the Last Supper., (totally inaccurate, no one turns up to a dinner party, in the order the invitations go out, (lol), Other biblical events that supposedly occurred on a Friday, include the great flood, during the time of Noah, (no real proof of the day can be established due to the phantom time hypothesis According to the Phantom Time Hypothesis theory, the period between 614 ad and 911 ad didn’t exist; the history normally attributed to that time is either a misinterpretation or a deliberate falsification of the evidence. If this were true, Charlemagne (reigned 768-814) never existed and the year 2012 is actually 1715 ad.The idea was created in 1990 by a man called Heribert Illig and has since been developed by other German historians as well as conspiracy theorists. Arguments in favour of the theory are as follows,The apparent stagnation in the development of architecture, ceramics and thought as well as the lack of substantial documentary evidence – this is why the first part of this period is called the ‘Dark Ages’ - suggests this period simply didn’t exist.There is very little archaeological evidence which can be reliably dated to this period; our account is based on a quite limited number of written sources (which could be faked or just wrong).
The Pope introduced the new Gregorian calendar in 1582 to replace the Julian one, when it was 10 days out of sync. If the error had been building up since the introduction of the Julian calendar in 45 ad, it ought to have been 13 days out – so the intervening period must have been overstated by 300 years. Mainstream historians have a simple explanation, though: the purpose of the change was to bring the calendar into line with the Council of Nicaea in 325 ad, not with 45 ad – which accounts for the discrepancy.Architect, astronomer, educator, philologist, folklorist, lawmaker, statesman - the range of achievements credited to Charlemagne is so great that it implies he is a mythical figure.), also the confusion of languages at the Tower of Babel, and the day Eve tempted Adam with the apple, and Good Friday, the day Jesus was crucified. also phantom time means all these dates could be wrong, the only one we know did happen for a fact is On Friday 13, October 1307, a warrant was issued for the Knights Templar, to be arrested. Masses of Templar's were tortured or executed. its true that it happened as we have much documentation to support this, it's just the date may be wrong as, standardz, hahahahaha, :) #edio