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Wishing Everyone A Blessed Samhain

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The modern celebration of Halloween is derived from the ancient
Celtic celebration of Samhain, which marked the end of Summer
and honored the Ancestors.
Celebrated on October 31st, spirits may visit as the veil between
This World and the Otherworld is the thinnest. This is also a time to
give thanks for a bountiful harvest.


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13 thoughts on “Wishing Everyone A Blessed Samhain”

  1. A veritable cornucopia of colours and contours! I love it.
    Ha – I went FORAGING for pine cones to decorate my computer at lunch today. Got two. They’re only bonsai pine cones but still, better than nothing, and the tick the box of removing the gruntle from my boring Spock-like colleagues. If forced, those freaks would decorate their computers with more little computers. It’s like working in purgatory.

    It’d be cool if the dead relatives did come to visit on Halloween. We could have a big party. And do the monster mash. It would be a graveyard smash. etcetera.

    My work is done here…

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