Friday the 13th lucky or unlucky ?

It’s Friday the 13th! While some people believe this day to be unfortunate, others believe it to be lucky, therefore is there any significance to it?
There are some people who despise the number 13. In fact, it has given rise to a new phrase that identifies persons who are afraid of the number 13. The term we’re referring to is “triskaidekaphobia.”
Triskaidekaphobia is a fear of the number 13 that causes people to refuse to sit in a seat with the number 13, wear a jersey with the number 13, and many other things.
According to biblical tradition, Jesus and his 12 apostles were among the 13 guests who attended the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday (one of whom, Judas, betrayed him). Of course, the next day was Good Friday, the day of Jesus’ crucifixion.
The Knights Templar, a prominent religious and military order founded in the 12th century for the protection of the Holy Land, were imprisoned by officials of King Philip IV of France on Friday, October 13, 1307. Many Templars were later executed.
There are more superstitious related stories considering Friday 13th is unlucky, but there are also stories that make Friday the 13th a lucky day !
Some people say that the number 13 is an important number in life. The Moon (astrology’s personal feminine planet) does 13 orbits per year, the typical cis woman menstruates 13 times (at most) per year, and 13 is the number of the Great Goddesses.
Friday is regarded as Venus’s Day, a day of rest and fulfilment of sexual feelings. The number 13 is a master number in numerology that aids us in manifesting our wishes.
While there is no concrete answer as to if Friday the 13th is lucky or unlucky or if there is a real meaning behind it we can definitely say that it depends on the way a person perceives the day and date.