Origins of Halloween

Thursday, 10.31.19

Halloween originated in pagan druids and Celtic traditions. Halloween is about worshipping a sun god and god of the dead. It slowly and subtly moved into mainstream society, most likely promoted as a big deal via the Zionist media until it became a traditional annual holiday, which is similar to the rest of the holidays, such as Xmas, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, and the rest. None of these holidays have anything to do with God or Jesus. All these holidays are pagan. I think the sun god is Nimrod, whose birthday is on December 25th, which is not Jesus’ birthday. I always thought it was just for the kids to entertain kids with games, cartoons, candy, toys, and gifts.

Ghosts, witches, zombies, werewolves, and vampires have to do with the evil spirit world, which I think is obvious and not shocking. The Zionist media tends to promote these a lot, making such themes and dark characters interesting, popular and a part of the norm in society.

What do you think?

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Written by Fifi Leigh

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