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Unlucky and lucky numbers are everywhere. Whenever Friday the 13th comes around we can grab a machete and run around pretending to be Jason Voorhees, who drowned as a boy at Camp Crystal Lake. Many people today think that  the day itself is unlucky. The most common reason given is that the number is “incomplete”. Some say that the origins of this come from the Code of Hammurabi, which is one of the world’s oldest legal documents. It has an error in which, for unknown reasons, it omitted a 13th rule from its list. Other people say that the ancient Sumerians, believed the number 12 to be a “perfect” number. People naturally think of the apostles, the months of the year and the signs of the zodiac. For some, the sense of dread from that particular date is palpable. Let’s look around the world for some other numbers that carry the weight of superstition along with either bad or good luck. ... read more