Factoid of the Week:
All Hallows’ Eve was the day where the Celts paid their respects to the dead. Samhain signified the end of one season’s cycle and the beginning of the next one. They believed that the veil was thin on that night so that the souls of people who perished that year were able to move on to the other world. Offerings, such as vegetables or fruits, were given in order to aid the dead in their passing.
Words of Wisdom:
“Halloween is a celebration of the inversion of reality and a necessary Gothic hat-tip to the darker aspects of life, death and ourselves.” ― Stewart Stafford
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