It is said that bad things in history have taken place on Friday the 13th. For example, Adam and Eveís fall from Paradise, the flood of Noah, and the crucifixion of Christ all supposedly occurred on this day. Part of the superstition is rooted in Christian belief that twelve witches plus one devil are present at Satanic rituals. The mixture of both supposedly brings ultimate evil. I think it is crazy because evil is brought out by evil actions, and they can occur on any day.
This superstition originated from a Christian belief that says if you do walk under a ladder a triangle is formed with the wall and the ground. If you did this you were thought to be in league with the devil. I think this is silly because you are only in league with the devil if you worship him or do what he suggests.
It is said that if you were to kill a ladybug you are disgracing the Virgin Mary. That would not be a good thing to do, after all she was Jesusí mother.
A Hodgenville, Kentucky, native who was very influential in early American history. He initially was a self-taught lawyer during the 1830s and 1840s. He resided in Illinois where he would eventually marry Mary Todd. Throughout his life Lincoln was faced with a great deal of controversy. During his law career he was set back several times in his quest to become a member of the U.S. Senate. Five different times he lost in the political race, but he still tried his best to succeed. Soon after this, his wife Mary died which was a huge setback and loss for