If there is one date that particularly arouses fear and fantasies, it is Friday the 13th! For some people, this date would bring bad luck, for others on the contrary it would bring good luck and the statistics of the players of the national lottery, in clear increase on this date, show well to what point this belief is alive. But where does it come from?
The first thing that appears to us when we establish the chart for this Friday the 13th at midnight for the latitude of Paris, is that the Moon, so important for daily forecasts, is in the 12th house, the house of problems and trials, and by mid-morning, will oppose Jupiter in Aries in the 6th house. This could lead to clashes and conflicts at work, especially with your superiors, and perhaps even the risk of trouble with the police in case of infractions. To avoid this, you should avoid this kind of situation as much as possible and above all not allow verbal escalation. These influences will affect Libra and Aries, but also Capricorns and Cancers. Fortunately, the Moon’s sextile to Pluto will be there to help us work on ourselves and help us control ourselves. For Libra and Capricorn natives especially, this aspect could bring a gain in money from family or real estate, unless it’s a positive response to a loan application to buy a house or apartment.
At the end of the day, the Moon will enter in trine with Mars in Gemini, facilitating direct and effective communication. We will be better able to present our arguments and convince our interlocutors. This will be particularly beneficial for those who need to obtain an adhesion, a signature to a contract, a commitment, etc. This aspect will also favour the reconciliation of torn couples. Moreover, if you belong to the sign of Libra or Aries, this could be the ideal moment to propose your marriage.
For the world, the Moon-Jupiter opposition could make difficult any diplomatic negotiations aimed at restoring a climate of world peace, but thanks to the trine to Mars, the arguments developed will be heard and could lead to a consensus. In France, measures related to the world of health or work will be difficult to accept, but here again, dialogue with social partners will bear fruit.