The Truth About Halloween
Nena Arias | October 29, 2018
The snippets of information I am about to share with you in brief to present to you the truth about Halloween, is not only corroborated in the history of Druidism, a religious order among the ancient Celts, but also by four ex-witches and warlocks who have all come to Christ and have given corroborating testimonies of this practice and how it is everywhere in our modern culture, especially here in the United States. It is in music, television, fashion, Hollywood, cartoons and Disney, just to name a few. Satanists rejoice that Christians celebrate and allow their children to celebrate Halloween with them.
The Druids were priests of a dark Celtic religion. They were also referred to as sorcerers and wise men who dabbled in darkness and death. It was known that the Druids drank blood in their rituals and were involved in human sacrifice. In the eve of Samhain, on October 31st, known to us now as Halloween, they would take wicker baskets and fill them with humans and burn them as sacrifices to the god of the dead, “the grim reaper.” The Druids celebrated Halloween with great excitement because it was said at that time all the wicked evil spirits were loosed to come out of their dark abode to walk the earth and torment humans. The Druids taught the Celts to dress in ghoulish costumes and set out food on their porches, so these evil spirits would not hurt their homes or attack their lives. It was a “treat” so the spirits would not do mischief. Every time the children chant or cry out “trick or treat” they are repeating and partaking in this age-old festival of death. As the wickedness grew the Druids taught that these small treats were no longer enough and now the townspeople began to bring animal sacrifices and put the heads of the animals and displayed them on sticks to be seen as the sacrifices offered to Samhain, the god of the dead, so the evil spirits would do them no harm. October 31st is when the goddess Diana, one of the major gods, would go into a deep sleep, that as she slept, you could come into great communication with the dead. It was said that the screen between life and death became very thin. As time progressed, the higher gods would then demand human sacrifices.
The Druid priests would dress in gruesome costumes and come to a house in the village and demand a virgin on this new year celebration, October 31st. If a virgin was not produced, someone in your house would die. If by morning, a child was not produced, a blood hexagram was painted with an evil face carved into a squash or pumpkin on the porch and the family would die.
Do you want your children out celebrating something this gruesome evil? It is reported that on Halloween the highest number of break-ins into animal shelters occurs and animals are dissected, murdered and sacrificed. Also, a wave of homicides and crime are reported. Do you seriously think that celebrating this so-called “holiday” even in alternative ways God doesn’t mind and will wink at your participation in this? Leviticus 19:31 says have nothing to do with necromancers or sorcerers, they are an abomination to the Lord. Have nothing to do with this and tell your children the truth. They see enough to put two and two together and will understand when you explain. There’s no way that your child can see monsters and gory bloody displays at the stores and think anything good about these things. There’s no way you can redeem Halloween even with a so-called fall festival to appease the conscience because it also celebrates death. You may try to justify it by dressing your children in funny or even cute or angelic costumes, nevertheless, you are going out to celebrate something that God calls an abomination. Teach your children the way that they should go. Teach them to celebrate the way of life not the way of death.
You must be brave and say:“…but as for, me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15