Halloween. Who doesn’t know this: a carved pumpkin lights up, people watch horror movies, celebrate with friends, and children dress up to collect pranks in the dark area. Every year on October 31 in Germany, this holiday is celebrated.
But where did it come from? What is its purpose?
To understand the meaning of this day, we must first go back in time. Pagan peoples such as the Celts and Romans celebrated the feast of Lemuria, a holiday in honor of the dead, on May 13. It is said that ghosts haunted the living, and the Romans poured milk on the graves to revive the dead.
The Roman Catholic Church has always placed its feasts on the feast days of the Gentiles, preserving the rites and ostensibly hoping for a faster spread of Christianity among the Pagans. Thus, in 609 AD, they unceremoniously established from Lemuria “All Saints’ Day” or “All Saints’ Day” for May 13, the day on which the holiest dead Christians are venerated. They managed to Christianize the pagan holiday, preserving many threads.
But the worship of the holy dead is also idolatry, which is rejected by Jehovah. It succeeded so well that church leaders decided to move All Saints’ Day to November 1 to take life of the pagan festival of Samhain (pronounced as savin) on October 31. To be sure, since the fourteenth century, All’s Day of November 2, a day in honor of all the faithful departed, has been added.
Since Samhain fell on the evening of October 31, before All Saints’ Day on November 1, people began to call Samhain the Evening of All Saints. It was then shortened to All Hallows Eve, and from 1745 it became the word Halloween.
The Celts said that in Samhain ghosts can move freely, because on the night of October 31, the veil between their world and ours is the thinnest. Therefore, they dressed up in terrible masks to avoid these demonic spirits. They also placed vegetables, wine, and candles in front of their homes. As a sacrifice to these beings to be protected from them. By October 31, not many vegetables are growing anymore… except, for example, pumpkin! But the Celts and their druids did much more to please these demonic spirits… through rituals of summoning and animal and human sacrifice.
“Another great holiday of the ancient Celts was Samhain, celebrated on October 31, the eve of a pagan festival, the night we know as Hallowwe’en. It was a wild and monstrous event with human sacrifices and sacrifices burned by the Druids as sacrifices to the gods.” (Irish Counties: A Journey to the History, Culture and Traditions of Ireland.
What were the Celtian rites like in Samhain? Let’s take a look at “Irish folk lore: traditions and superstitions of the country” from 1870.
“Everywhere on these islands there seems to be a great similarity in the activities and incantations practiced in our villagers on the eve of All Saints’ Day. Many of these customs are rapidly disappearing. But in the past, we cannot doubt, they had to do with certain pagan holidays. Now they are partially continued, as they give rise to social entertainment, especially among our youth.
It was the time allotted by the Druids for solemn intercession for the living and for the souls of the dead who had passed away from life. Then we learn that the Druids taught the Pythagorean doctrine of the transmigration of souls. At that time, they were summoned to court by Baal Samhan.
Depending on their merits or transgressions in a previous life, souls were commanded to enter the bodies of humans or animals. There they were to be proportionately happy or unhappy during their next stay on this sublunar globe.
The punishment for evil men could be mitigated by the use of spells and magical arts, or by sacrifices made to Baal by their friends.”
Sacrifices to Baal? Certainly, it is already known to us from Easter. And where else have we seen it? The word Baal or Bah’-al is a term for a Phoenician deity and appears 81 times in the Bible. However, this is Lucifer. The first peoples offered sacrifices to him thousands of years ago. This angry Yahweh:
“and they built high places for Baal to burn their children, for burnt offerings for Baal, which I did not command them, nor did I speak to them about it, nor did it come to my heart.” (Jeremiah 19:5)
“And he served Baal, and worshipped him, and stirred the Lord God of Israel to anger, as his father did.” (1 Kings 22:54)
“And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of Ben-hinnom, that their sons and their daughters might pass through the fire for Moloch – which I did not command, nor did it occur to me that they should commit such abominations – to induce Judah to sin.” (Jeremiah 32:35)
Why in the Bible do the Celts perform rituals and offer sacrifices to an evil deity? What’s next for their ordinances? Let’s read on.
“A day later, a great festival was held, during which black sheep were to make offerings to dead spirits, and the druids showed all kinds of descriptions of witchcraft or natural magic. To what extent the modern celebrations or spells of the vigil of All Saints derive from ancient pagan rites or ceremonies would be difficult to determine. However, this time of year was a peculiar epoch, noteworthy for its peculiar observations among our ancestors. With regard to the vigil of All Saints’ Day or the vigil of Saman.
One of their customs was to collect with sticks and sticks, go from house to house, and collect money, bread, cake, butter, cheese and eggs for a feast. Young females come out at midnight and, holding on to the thread, throw bundles of yarn into the bottom of the limestone stove. If the girl continues to reimpose and nothing holds the yarn, this is a sign that the reimposser is dying unmarried.
When she feels that she is being pulled away from her, she asks. “Who pulls my yarn?” Assuming that the future husband will give her his name or the Lord will appear. Sometimes a demon appears instead; and this last event suggests that her death is not far away. These customs almost disappeared, they were thought to be too closely related to the devil and magic to be used by anyone other than the most ruthless and non-Christian practitioners.
It is believed that goblins, evil spirits, and fairies celebrate a great holiday on the eve of All Saints’ Day and that they come to us in large numbers. The dark and grumpy Phooka is then particularly mischievous, and many mortals are kidnapped into the land of fairy tales. People who are dragged to rats are often seen by their living friends at this time, usually accompanied by a cavalcade of fairies. If you meet fairies, it is said, on the eve of All Saints’ Day and threw dust under their feet, they are obliged to give back every captured person who belongs to their company. ” (Irish folklore: traditions and superstitions of the country.
Demons that foretend death, and fairies kidnap people into their dimension? It’s getting better.
Walking around the houses asking for food? It’s like children collecting candy today. It is also a sacrificial ritual… Think about it: what do you actually do when you give your children sweets? You offer a sacrifice to ghosts, demons, and monsters to spare you and your home (“trick-or-treating”). Yes, it can be harmless fun for children, but these are the very beginnings that are kept alive. Apart from the fact that refined sugar is an addictive poison, and children eat a lot of it that day.
In the face of the growing number of overweight and diabetic children, we should not add fuel to the fire by glorifying the causes of these diseases. Of course, the industry makes money from this and plays a big role as a speculator in spreading and maintaining this ritual holiday.
Of course, the whole thing is also a desire for the slow normalization of the occult, magic, witchcraft and demonicity in society. And this works most effectively if you start with the youth and combine the whole thing with dopamine-releasing sweets. In this way, they will remember this day and its occult motives with good feelings for the rest of their lives.
They want to create an entire society in their own image and initiate it into their perfidious cult, and in the same way, the horror of Mind-Control is becoming more brutal and demonic every year. While in the ’80s and ’90s there were still relatively harmless serial killers such as Michel Meyers in Halloween, the masked serial killer in Scream, or Freddy Krüger with scissors in A Nightmare in Elm Street, today it’s always about demonic dimensions.
So, for the Celts, this holiday was one of the most important:
“The festival of Samhain was primarily the most important date in the Celtic calendar. The Celts believed that the duration of the feast was a special and mystical time, an intermediate space between two different periods of time in which the normal order of the universe is suspended and the barriers between the natural and supernatural worlds are abolished. All the gods and the dead move freely among the living. Sometimes they interfere in their affairs.” (Celtic Myths and Beliefs p. 53)
But it’s all just a thing of the past, isn’t it? Today, Halloween is all about fun… Nobody practices it anymore, right? ERROR. For modern satanists vel. of our rulers (Kabbalah) the ancient rituals of this holiday are still one of the most important of all! On the website of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, a judicial organization of the U.S. government, there is an internal educational document on satanic cults in the US. In “satanic Cult Awarness”, in addition to shocking descriptions of sometimes serious criminal tactics of these cults, a calendar of their rituals is also described (a hard case). And here you can also see that Halloween is their most important day, when they rape and sacrifice people to Satan. Read here.
The highest feast of Satan.
Animal and human sacrifices of all ages… Attempts are being to break the gates to the underground.
Anyone who reads this document will realize that the full moon is also of great importance to them. And did you know that the full moon on Halloween is rarer than the white Stars? The last full moon on Halloween took place in 2001 (shortly after agenda 9/11), and the next one will be in 2020 (during the COVID-1984 Agenda). Not only that: Tomorrow’s full moon is also the Blue Moon, a much rarer phenomenon.
However, this does not mean that the Moon will be blue (under normal lighting conditions it will remain white and gray as usual). The blue full moon is a term for the second full moon in a month, normally there is only one per month. However, due to the discrepancy between the solar and lunar calendars, every 2.5 years is a month in the year with two full moons. This is more likely to happen in the months of 31 days. This month was already the first full moon on October 1, 2020. The fact that October 31 has a “blue” full moon happens only every few dozen years. The last one was in 1943, and the next one will come only in 2039. That this is happening in the shitty year of 2020 is certainly no coincidence. We will see if and how Kabbalah will use it.
And to get ritual supplies, enough children run unsupervised at night, just saying (even if statistically there is no increase in child abductions on Halloween).
However, Halloween has been the record holder for decades for the highest child mortality in car accidents.
The combination of drunken adults and teenagers driving home from a Halloween party and noisy children running through dark streets makes a child four times more likely to die in a car accident than on any other day of the year. This year’s “trick-or-treating” revival may have been the only sensible recipe for the pandemic so far.
Do we really need this day? I don’t see anything we can miss. I have no sense of celebration when I know that innocents are being sacrificed to Lucifer today. Question your culture and your customs.
Be safe and protected these days.
by: Marta Michels