In the Latin tradition it is considered a day of bad luck.
Even the number 13 has a phobia
Tuesday the 13th is considered by many to be a day of bad luck., Despite the fact that you may believe that everyone is concerned about this date, the truth is that it is a special recognition of Greek, Spanish and Latin American societies.
it’s clear that There is no scientific or statistical evidence as to why Tuesday the 13th is a bad day So others have to delve into religious, mythological or historical issues to understand this phenomenon.
IL13 is a traditionally unlucky number for various religious cultures., For Christians, 13 is the number of Judas, the thirteenth participant in The Last Supper who betrayed Jesus.
This is also true for Jews as Kabbalah speaks of 13 evil spirits. In Norse mythology, Loki, the god of evil, is the thirteenth guest at the dinner of the gods. The number 13 in the tarot card is also of death.
from the middle agestrazidavomartiophobia‘ (believed to be an actual phobia that many people suffer from) with Tuesday. This is because Mars associated with war, blood or violence was considered bad luck since Roman mythology. He was also known as the “little evil”.
there are even theories They attribute this superstition to the defeat of the city of Jativa at the hands of Muslim troops on Tuesday, June 13, 1276. The mystery of the date and its bad luck is diminished a bit as we mentioned that each culture has its own, with Friday the 13th in Anglo-Saxon culture or Friday the 17th in Italian culture being some of the most famous.