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origins and history of hallowen
roadtoad3
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10-31-2018 08:14 PM

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origins and history of hallowen
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http://www.halloween-website.com/history.htm

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10-31-2018 08:17 PM

 



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RE: origins and history of hallowen
the 5th is still far more fun (for kids and adults) also great to be not very PC, take over the streets and, express yourself the way you want...

Always intrigued how close these 2 are together.... and how the tradition of dressing up is verging on the similar... but might just be my demented rural liberal non pc knuckle dragging neck of the woods...
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7331
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RE: origins and history of hallowen
can be traced back to the Druids, a Celtic culture in Ireland, Britain and Northern Europe. Roots lay in the feast of Samhain, which was annually on October 31st to honor the dead.
Samhain signifies "summers end" or November. Samhain was a harvest festival with huge sacred bonfires, marking the end of the Celtic year and beginning of a new one.
The Celts believed the souls of the dead roamed the streets and villages at night. Since not all spirits were thought to be friendly, gifts and treats were left out to pacify the evil and ensure next years crops would be plentiful.
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