Full Moon On Friday The Thirteenth What Could Go Wrong
The Full Harvest Moon Is On Friday The Thirteenth
September’s full moon is called the harvest moon. Crops are already being harvested all around Sussex county. Also known as the corn moon to the Native Americans, it would happen during the time of the corn harvest. This year’s September full moon is a harvest moon because it is the closest full moon to the autumn equinox on September 22nd. Sometimes this occurs in October. It also known as the barley moon, because it was time to harvest the barely. The light of the full moon allowed people back in the day to harvest into the night by the light of the silvery moon.
I know my EMS friends dread full moons, all the crazy happens. Just check out any hospital emergency room during a full moon. This Friday they will be treated to the full Harvest Moon on Friday the thirteenth. Unlucky number thirteen on a Friday, with a Full moon. What could go wrong.
Triskaidekaphobia is the fear of the number thirteen. There is a long history of why people believe the number thirteen is unlucky. The history reaches back into the biblical days, and is fascinating, Google it. Friday the thirteenth influences people to this day. Some people will avoid any and all activities on this day.
The movie franchise Friday the Thirteenth only has twelve movies. Maybe Hollywood was superstitious as well. Everyone knows the character Jason and Camp Crystal Lake. Whatever you believe, Friday the thirteenth does freak some people out.