The One I Love Lucky '13' Charm

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The One I Love Lucky '13' Charm

from 500.00

Metal: 14k Gold or 18K Gold

Stone: Sapphires or Rubies

Chain: 18" Long 

Face: .65" W

What You Should Know: Inspired by our favorite little lucky 13 charm!

Are you in the superstitious club that believes the number 13 is unlucky? Well listen here, we have some historical facts to possibly change your mind. The notion that the number 13 is unlucky is a relatively new concept and typically found just in Western culture. In fact, in some places around the world, the number 13 is the exact opposite and is regarded as a lucky omen.

In ancient Egypt, people believed that life involved 13 stages. The last being death- not something to fear but as a transition into eternal life. Similarly, the 13th card in a traditional tarot deck is the death card, maybe an alarming sight at first, but it actually means transformation and letting go of what is no longer needed. The Aztecs thought 13 to be a very sacred number and it symbolized the completion of time. Their weeks lasted for 13 days, and was associated with the powerful and seductive Goddess Tlazolteotl. Judaism celebrates a young man’s coming of age when they turn 13. Thirteen is pronounced “tera” in Punjabi, the same lovely word used to mean “yours”.

The number 13 is also a highly feminine one. There are 13 moon cycles in one year, and thus is often associated with great lunar goddesses and fertility. Also, take a look at an US dollar bill and you will find the number 13 hidden in at least 9 times. So as they say in Italian, fare tredici, or “to do a 13”, aka we hit the jackpot. 

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