The Dark Side of Halloween
By Pastor David L. Brown, 1990
It’s Halloween. To most people it seems like harmless fun. But, beneath Halloween’s candy coating is a history of diabolical evil, evil that is directly connected to the occult and Satanism, evil that you need to be warned of!
That is the purpose of this file, to make you aware of the dark side of Halloween. I have researched this topic for more than a decade and Halloween’s occultic connection is becoming increasingly evident. As I begin, let me share two first hand examples of what I am talking about when I refer to the “occult connection.” Continue reading
Halloween A Covenant With Death and Hell
By Terry Watkins
“. . . We have made a covenant with DEATH,
and with HELL are we at agreement;. . .”
When you hear the word “halloween” what images appear? What “spirit” is invoked at the whisper of Halloween? Halloween openly promotes death, devils, witches and flagrant “appearances of evil” (1 Thess. 5:22).
Halloween leaves most people scratching their heads questioning, “How and where did Halloween come from”? This article unearths the hellish tomb of Halloween to exhume its sinister “covenant with death and hell.”
Halloween began over 2,000 years ago among the Celts and their pagan priests called the Druids. The Druids are, without question, history’s king of the occult. Witchcraft, Satanism, paganism and virtually all facets of the occult acquire instruction from the Druids. From the popular jack-o’-lantern, trick-or-treat, costumes, to the pranks, ghoulish Continue reading
Phil Anderson: Summer solstice to be observed
By cjonline.com, 2013
Summer solstice is more than just the longest day and shortest night of the year for Topeka-area residents who adhere to Pagan and Earth-based religions. For them, it is a sacred moment in time when the sun is at its nearest point to the Earth and all the bounty of the land is celebrated.
To observe summer solstice, which occurs Friday, June 21, groups and individuals of Pagan, Wiccan and other Earth-based religions will gather for special Continue reading
12th C. Herbal Invocation
‘Earth, divine Goddess, Mother Nature who generates all things
and brings forth anew the sun which you have given to the nations;
Guardian of sky and sea and of all gods and powers….through your power all nature falls silent and then sinks in sleep. And again
you bring back the light and chase away night and yet again you
cover us most securely with your shades. You do contain chaos
infinite, yea and winds and showers and storms; you send them out when you will and cause the seas to roar; you chase away the sun
and rouse the storm. Again when you will you send forth the joyous Continue reading
The Yule Story
By Lady Galadriel
Also known as Mithras (for the Persian Sun God), Saturnalia (for the Roman God of sowing and husbandry) and The Great Day of the Cauldron (from Druid Legend). It is the celebration of the return, or rebirth, of the Sun God, the Lord of Life. The celebrations were traditionally performed with the utmost solemnity, yet also with the highest rejoicing, for they [resolve] the paradox of Death and Rebirth. It represents the [redemption] of the world from Death and Darkness, as such it is a celebration of hope and joy amidst the gloom of winter. Continue reading
By Janet and Stewart Farrar (1990)
Naked, but sandals (not shoes) may be worn. For initiation, tie hands behind back, pull up to small of back and tie ends in front of throat, leaving a cable-tow to lead by, hanging down in front. (Arms thus form a triangle at back.) When initiate is kneeling at altar, the cable-tow is tied to a ring in the altar. A short cord is tied like a garter round the initiate’s left leg above the knee, with ends tucked in. Another is tied round right ankle and ends tucked in so as to be out of the way while moving about. These cords are used to tie feet together while initiate Continue reading
The Eight Sabbats of the Old Religion
The Old Religion, Wicca, divides the year into eight main high days or Sabbats. Four of these are associated directly with the two equinoxes and the two solstices. The other four fall at dates in between these points.
In the Celtic Tradition, the year begins at SAMHAIN, or as it is called now, Halloween.
[October 31st.] This is the night that the veil between the world of men and spirits is considered to be the thinnest, so it is of little wonder that people should think of it as a night that all sorts of things roam Continue reading