The number 13 has been considered unlucky since medieval times, most likely because of its association with the number of people at the Last Supper. Friday, too, is seen as unlucky because that was the day of the crucifixion. For the superstitious among us, that makes Friday the 13th a double whammy and, therefore, a particularly unlucky day. For the rationalists among us, the opposite is true, as we recognize that two negatives can make a positive.
As a Numerologist I am inclined to consider it a lucky day for some, an unlucky day for others and an average day for the rest of us. This is because I recognize that the effect of our individual cycles far outweighs any peripheral influences. The question for you, then, is how do you know in which category you will find yourself?
There are two different sets of influences that affect an individual at any given time, those that are internal and those that are external. Numerology calls your internal forces your "personal cycles," and considers them far more powerful than any external energies. This is the main reason Numerologists generally consider any possible universal negative influences of a date, such as Friday the 13th, to be negligible in relation to the individual.
The only people who are strongly affected by this superstitious date are those who suffer from a fear of Friday the 13th, a phobia called "paraskavedekatriaphobia." These are the folks who undoubtedly experience every Friday the 13th as an unlucky day -- such is the power of self-fulfilling prophecies. For the rest of us, the experiences of that day are affected 99.9% by our personal cycles, as reflected in our personal Numerology chart. Understanding where you are in your personal cycles can help you take advantage of the positive forces and limit the potential impact from negative forces.
As a human being you carry within you the forces and energies that influence the way you experience every moment of every day, and those powers are yours to work with. And contrary to popular belief, you have a lot of control over them -- it requires just as much effort to be miserable as it does to be happy.
You may, therefore, want to learn what personal influences are at play during Friday the 13th or any other day. Take advantage of the knowledge that is out there and use it to your benefit.