Halloween, All Soul’s Eve, Samhain.
Samhain – a Pagan celebration? Yes and one that has taken on a significance for Neo-Pagans.
A celebration of evil? Please. 701 more words
I have been asked a number of times just what is ‘paganism’ and what it means to be pagan and I must admit whilst I have never been more sure about anything in my life, I have sometimes struggled to cobble together an explanation into words that would make sense to those who are not pagan or for those that are exploring it. 466 more words
All Hallows Eve, or Halloween, is the modern name in English for the great north European festival which signalled the end of the light and warm half of the year, and ushered in the cold and dark one, and so divided the season of autumn from that of winter in these northern lands. 355 more words
Many Wiccans, Druids and other pagans across the globe will be marking the beginning of their spiritual new year with the two-day festival of Samhain. The most widely observed pagan festival begins for most pagans on Oct. 177 more words
If there is anything that I’ve noticed about humans, it’s that we use our eyes to get a lot of stuff done. Throw most of us in a dark room and we’ll find every single piece of furniture with our big toe because we are pretty useless without our eyes to guide us. 1,436 more words