Sunday, March 25, 2012

Why Do We Celebrate Halloween?

Until the nineteenth century, Halloween was celebrated as nothing more than the eve of a major church holiday. All Saint's Day was also called "All Hallows Evening" as hallows was another word for saints. The day is also the celebration of the Celtic New Year, the end of summer and the beginning of a long season of gloom and darkness. It was believed that this was also the time that ghosts were most likely to cross over from the spirit world.

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