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Sasha Graham's Tarot Card a Day – Friday the 13th Tarot Spread

Sasha Graham’s Friday the 13th Tarot Spread


Friday brings us our second Friday the 13th in a row (remember we just had one in February). A full moon shines mysterious energy upon us Wednesday, March 11th so be on the lookout for some weird, wild power rolling and roaming throughout your week.

In the spirit of Friday the 13th, I’ve created a little Tarot Spread you can do by the light of a candle or two . . .

Let’s take a peek at some superstition surrounding the number Thirteen and Friday:

– Phrase “Baker’s Dozen” created to avoid saying number Thirteen out loud.

– 80% of high-rise buildings have no floor numbered Thirteen – they skip it.

– Most airports skip the 13th gate.

– In ancient Rome, witches reportedly gathered in groups of 12 while the 13th was believed to be the Devil.

– The Tarot Deck’s 13th card is Death.

– Fear of Friday the Thirteenth is called paraskavedekatriaphobia.

– Fear of the number Thirteen is called friggatriskaidekaphobia. Are you friggin kiddin a phobia!

– According to numerology, the number twelve considered completeness while number Thirteen is a restless, squirmy number.

– Friday considered unlucky for some because Jesus crucified on Friday.

– Since reference in “The Canterbury Tales”, Friday considered unlucky day to begin new ventures.

Using this lore, we’ll turn it into a helpful spread and examine some odd and interesting things about you. The four questions come from reducing the number Thirteen to four. 1 + 3 = 4.

Good luck my intuitive lovlies . . .

Sasha Graham’s Friday the Thirteenth Spread

Pull one Tarot card for each question below:

1. What, like the number 13, is restless and squirmy inside yourself?

2. What can be done to sooth your restlessness?

3. Many people avoid what they don’t understand. What do I have the power to face right now, at this moment? What can no longer be avoided?

4. What can I focus on to change my luck for the better?


7 thoughts on “Sasha Graham's Tarot Card a Day – Friday the 13th Tarot Spread

  1. I’ve never really believed that Friday the 13th was unlucky but I’m not so fond of the number 13, so I thought I’d try this for ‘growth’. Here’s what I got:#1=Four of Wands, #2=The High Priestess, #3=The Hanged Man, and #4=Knight of Coins. Think I understand 3 and 4, but not so sure about 1 and 2. Thanks, I’ll ponder on this now…

  2. I am so excited, I just got my very first Tarot deck! I am so excited to delve into it and learn as much as I possibly can. I am also looking forward to trying out your Friday the 13th spread. I have been getting to know my cards, and am just amazed so far by how much each card can really tell you.

  3. Dear Lisa,
    Here are my thoughts on cards #1 and #2 . . .

    #1 – Four of Wands: What is restless and squirmy is the your need to be on solid, stable ground with the things you are passionate about. Four of Wands indicates the stability of passion, work and energy. Celebration too. Either you are seeking that stability or you’ve been stable for far too long and need to break through to the next level (bringing you to the challenging Five of Wands). Are you actively experiencing work, hobbies, lifestyle that you are passionate about?

    #2 – The High Priestess: How to sooth your restlessness is to venture inside yourself to discover what you really want to be doing. Uncovering the correct path. What lies behind The High Priestess’s veil and what lies behind yours? The High Priestess is a powerful combo paired with The Hanged Man. Both suggest a journey inward, moment’s pause and temporary inactivity. When you emerge, you’ll have something new, solid and real for the Knight of Pentacles to plant in the fertile ground behind him. I wonder what it will be?

    Does that make any sense?

  4. You are awesome! Your interpretation makes amazing sense. Thank you so much for the cool Friday the 13th spread and for giving me a better sense of what the cards had to say. Friday the 13th can be a lucky day 🙂

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