Halloween: Trick or Treat?

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Is Halloween a Satanic holiday?

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Halloween’s roots in witchcraft and Druidic paganism are undeniable. When we examine the history of Halloween, one thing we find out very quickly, is that it is based on the ancient pagan religion of the Celtics in Northern Ireland and their celebration of the festival of the dead, known as Samhain.

The Encyclopedia Britannica states:

“In ancient Britain and Ireland, the Celtic festival of Samhain was observed on October 31 at the end of the summer … The souls of the dead were supposed to revisit their homes on this day and the autumnal festival acquired sinister significance, with ghosts, witches, goblins, black cats, fairies and demons of all kinds said to be roaming about. It was the time to placate the supernatural powers controlling the processes of nature. In addition, Halloween was thought to be the most favorable time for divinations concerning marriage, luck, health, and death. It was the only day on which the help of the devil was invoked for such purposes.” (Source: Encyclopedia Britannica 2005 “Halloween”)

Today, Halloween is a truly occult holiday for many Celtic Neo-Pagans, Wiccan witches and Satanists alike. Many who are involved in the dark arts and traffic in spiritism, view Halloween as a religious holiday and are acutely aware that it is rooted in the occult.

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Weight 0.04375 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 3.5 × .1 in
Word Count

2200

Format

3-Panel Roll Fold
Folded Size = 3.5×8.5
Open Size = 14×8.5

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