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The Truth of Halloween

Halloween is more than just a day where pumpkins are carved into scary faces, kids dress up and go door to door asking for a trick or a treat, and scaring your friends. It is, in fact, one of the most evil days of the year, where satanic and occultic rituals are preformed and celebrated. Most of what we see on Halloween is the fun for the kids celebrations and traditions that is not very harmful (depending on who you ask). What you DON’T see is the disgusting cult rituals that involve human sacrifice and sexual orgies to appease spirits and ancestors.

Halloween, a History:

The History of Halloween:

The History of the Day:
Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain. The festival of Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture, and is sometimes regarded as the “Celtic New Year”. Traditionally, the festival was a time used by the ancient pagans to take stock of supplies and slaughter livestock for winter stores. The ancient Gaels believed that on October 31, now known as Halloween, the boundary between the alive and the deceased dissolved, and the dead become dangerous for the living by causing problems such as sickness or damaged crops. The festivals would frequently involve bonfires, into which bones of slaughtered livestock were thrown. Costumes and masks were also worn at the festivals in an attempt to mimic the evil spirits or placate them.
Source: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween)

The History of the Name:
The term Halloween is shortened from All Hallows’ Eve, as it is the eve of “All Hallows’ Day”, which is now also known as All Saints’ Day. It was a day of religious festivities in various northern European Pagan traditions, until Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV moved the old Christian feast of All Saints’ Day from May 13 (which had itself been the date of a pagan holiday, the Feast of the Lemures) to November 1. In the ninth century, the Church measured the day as starting at sunset, in accordance with the Florentine calendar. Although All Saints’ Day is now considered to occur one day after Halloween, the two holidays were, at that time, celebrated on the same day. Liturgically, the Church traditionally celebrated that day as the Vigil of All Saints, and, until 1970, a day of fasting as well. Like other vigils, it was celebrated on the previous day if it fell on a Sunday, although secular celebrations of the holiday remained on the 31st. The Vigil was suppressed in 1955, but was later restored in the post-Vatican II calendar.
Source: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halloween)

Samhain:

The Druids:
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 ghosts, demons, goblins and witches. Halloween owes its morbid birth to the Druids.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

Beltane and Samhain:
The Druids celebrated two special nights of the year: Beltane and Samhain. Beltane took place on May 1 and marked the birth of summer. Samhain occurred on November 1 and signified the death of summer. Samhain, a night celebrating death and hell, was the Druids most important ritual. It was a terrifying night of human sacrifices. And it was the original Halloween.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

The Druids believed, during Samhain, the mystic veil separating the dead from the living opened. The Druids taught these roaming spirits loosed on Samhain went searching for a body to possess. The frightened Celts would masquerade as demons, evil spirits and ghosts, hoping to convince the roaming evil spirits, they were another evil spirit, and leave them alone. The Celts also prepared meals as “treats” to appease the evil spirits from “tricks” or malicious acts; hence our custom of “trick or treat.” The Druids performed horrifying human sacrifices and other vile rituals during Samhain. Let there be no doubt-Samhain night was a terrifying “covenant with death, and with hell.” And let there be no doubt, Samhain was the original Halloween night.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“All histories of Halloween inevitably wind back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain…”
Source: (Skal, David J. Death Makes a Holiday: The Cultural History of Halloween, p. 20)

“Halloween had its origins in the festival of Samhain among the Celts of ancient Britain and Ireland.”
Source: (Encyclopedia Britannica 2005 “Halloween”)

“Halloween can be traced directly back to Samhain, the ancient Celtic harvest festival honoring the Lord of the Dead.”
Source: (Thompson, Sue Ellen. Holiday Symbols and Customs, p. 251)

Human Sacrifice:

Roman Testimony:
As written in Roman sources, Celtic Druids engaged extensively in human sacrifice. According to Julius Caesar, the slaves and dependants of Gauls of rank would be burnt along with the body of their master as part of his funerary rites. He also describes how they built wicker figures that were filled with living humans and then burned. It is known that druids at least supervised sacrifices of some kind. According to Cassius Dio, Boudica’s forces impaled Roman captives during her rebellion against the Roman occupation, to the accompaniment of revellery and sacrifices in the sacred groves of Andate. Some modern-day scholars question the accuracy of these accounts, as they invariably come from hostile (Roman or Greek) sources. Different gods reportedly required different kind of sacrifices. Victims meant for Esus were hanged, those meant for Taranis immolated and those for Teutates drowned. Some, like the Lindow Man, may have gone to their deaths willingly.

Archaeological evidence from the British Isles seems to indicate that human sacrifice may have been practiced, over times long predating any contact with Rome. Human remains have been found at the foundations of structures from the Neolithic time to the Roman era, with injuries and in positions that argue for their being foundation sacrifices. Similarly, additional human remains in the tombs of aged men show signs of having been killed to be buried in the grave.
Source: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_sacrifice)

Druids and Human Sacrifice:
The rituals of the Druids reek from the deepest hell. Their most repulsive activities involve their human sacrifices of children on the night of Samhain or Halloween.

“First-born sacrifices are mentioned in a poem in the Dindshenchas, which records that children were sacrificed each Samhain…”
Source: (Rogers, Nicholas. Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night, p. 17)

“Halloween. That was the eve of Samhain . . . firstborn children were sacrificed. . . Samhain eve was a night of dread and danger.”
Source: (National Geographic. May 1977, pp. 625-626)

The Druids would drink their victim’s blood and eat their flesh.

“They [Druids] sacrificed victims by shooting them with arrows, impaling them on stakes, stabbing them, slitting their throats over cauldrons (and then drinking the blood)…”
Source: (Guiley, Rosemary Ellen. Harper’s Encyclopedia of Mystical & Paranormal Experience, p. 167)

“Therefore we cannot too highly appreciate our debt to the Romans for having put an end to this monstrous cult, whereby to murder a man was an act of the greatest devoutness, and to eat his flesh most beneficial.”
Source: (Pliny, Natural History, xxx, 13)

The Druids “counted it an honorable thing” to eat their father’s flesh and perform incest with their mothers and sisters.

“…since they are man-eaters as well as heavy eaters, and since, further, they count it an honorable thing, when their fathers die, to devour them, and openly to have intercourse, not only with the other women, but also with their mothers and sisters;…”
Source: (Strabo, Geography)

Halloween and Baal Worship:

The Druids also celebrated the festival of Beltane. The word Beltane (Beltaine, Beltinne, Beltain, Beiltein) literally means the “fires of Bel.” Bel is the same god called Baal, found over 80 times in the King James Bible. The Lord condemns Baal worship probably more than any other false “god.”
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“…then the Druids lit the Baal-Tinne, the holy, goodly fire of Baal.”
Source: (Wilde, Lady Francesca Speranza. Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland)

“The god whom the Druids worshiped was Baal, as the blazing Baal-fires show, and . . . children were offered in sacrifice to Baal.”
Source: (Hislop, Alexander. The Two Babylons, p. 232)

The original Halloween was a hellish night of Baal worship and child sacrifice. And most of our current Halloween customs derived directly from Baal rituals!
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“On November first was Samhain [Halloween]…Fires were built as a thanksgiving to Baal…”
Source: (Kelley, Ruth Edna, The Book of Hallowe’en, Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Co. Boston, 1919)

“The mystic rites and ceremonies with which Halloween was originally observed had their origin among the Druids…ancient Baal festivals from which many of the Halloween customs are derived.”
Source: (Douglas, George William. The American Book of Days, p. 569)

“Baal is also a synonym for the devil.”
Source: (Burns, Cathy. Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 327)

Halloween glorifies death in worship to Baal or the devil! The Druid festival of Samhain was a celebration of death. Strutting its hellish death images of skulls, skeletons, ghosts, demons, devils and incarnate evil, today’s Halloween glorifies Death. David Skal titled his history of Halloween-Death Makes a Holiday:
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“The grand marshal of the Halloween parade is, and always has been, Death.”
Source: (Skal, David J. Death Makes a Holiday: The Cultural History of Halloween, p. 18)

“Halloween can be traced directly back to Samhain, the ancient Celtic harvest festival honoring the Lord of the Dead.”
Source: (Thompson, Sue Ellen. Holiday Symbols and Customs, p. 251)

Halloween’s Acceptance:

The Catholic Merge:
Understanding the hellish history of Halloween-why in the world did decent people so embrace it? What magic “trick” transformed rancid Samhain into the giddy Halloween?

As the Catholic missionaries swarmed Britain and Ireland seeking the mass conversion to Catholicism their orders from Pope Gregory in 601 A.D. was to cunningly convert the Druid rituals into Catholic rituals. The Catholics converted the ritual of Samhain into the festival of All Saint’s Day, a day of celebration and prayer to dead “Saints.”
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“Halloween begins well over 2,000 years ago in the British Isles. Here, we find the holiday stripped to its most essential element: a night when Celtic tribes communed with the spirits of the ancestral dead. These grand and glorious pagan celebrations were assimilated by the Catholic church… Rather than extinguish old customs, the church leaders provided Christian versions of them: from the Middles Ages on, All Saint’s Day and All Soul’s Day replaced the ancient Celtic celebrations of the dead.”
Source: (Bannatyne, Lesley Pratt, Halloween: An American Holiday, an American History, Facts on File, Inc., New York, 1990 p. x)

The Catholic festival of All Saints Day was also known as All Hallows Day, with the word “hallow” replacing “saints.” The day before All Hallows Day (October 31) was recognized as All Hallows Eve. Eventually, All Hallows Eve became Hallows Eve; Hallow’ Even; Hallow’en and ultimately today’s Halloween.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“All Saints’ Day perpetuated the pagan Samhain of November Eve.”
Source: (Bonwick, James, Irish Druids and Old Irish Religions, Dorset Press, 1984 (1986ed), p.87)

“Many traditional beliefs and customs associated with Samhain…continued to be practiced on 31 [of] October, known as the Eve of All Saints, the Eve of All Hallows, or Hallows Even. It is the glossing of the name Hallow Even that has given us the name Hallowe’en.”
Source: (Santino, Jack editor, Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life, The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN 1994 p. xvi)

In 835, Pope Gregory IV “blessed” All Saint’s Day as a sacred “day of obligation,” consequently on that day, the Catholic Church officially “ordained” Halloween. Halloween owes its very life and breath to the “blessing” of the Catholic Church. Samhain would have breathed its last breath many years ago if not for the “ordination” of the Catholic Church.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“Few holidays have a stranger or more paradoxical history than Halloween. Technically, it is the vigil of All Saints Day, observed by Roman Catholics…Halloween has clear connections with the rites of the druidic priests…”
Source: (Douglas, George William, revised by Helene Douglas Compton, The American Book of Days, The H.W. Wilson Company, New York, 1948, p. 741)

The Twisted Name of Halloween:
A perverse and blasphemous twist to Halloween concerns the name “Halloween.” The word “hallow” means “holy, sanctify or consecrate.” The popular Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6:9 begins with, “…Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy name…” The label “hallow” belongs to God the Father-Hallowed be Thy name. Halloween was a night of sacrificing young children to the worship of Baal. It is no accident that the name of history’s most hellish night, glorifying “death and hell,” wears God the Father’s holy name of “hallow.” The blasphemous name of “Halloween” clearly bears the fingerprints of Lucifer as found in Isaiah 14:12, “…I will be like the most High.”
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

Halloween Today:

Halloween is an old thing, it’s been around for thousands of years, but despite it’s crude, disgusting, and evil history, has it improved? Is it still Satan’s holiday? My answer to that is “yes”. Because even though we live in the computer and wireless age, and everything is quick and easy, and the Word of God is being spread faster than ever, and religious rituals involving immoral deeds is found upon by even non-Christians, the acts and spirit of Halloween remains the same. This included sexual rituals and human sacrifices. There are young women who are “chosen” to bare the child who will be offered to the spirits on Halloween night every year. There are babies born to die in satanic rituals and acts. There are women who are raped in the woods on Halloween night for some satanic rituals. This stuff is real, and as Christians, I don’t think we should turn a blind eye to it. We need to wake up, and see what we are celebrating every year.

The Occult:

Witchcraft/Wicca:
While Halloween masquerades as childish fun and frolic, it’s serious business in the occult world. Witchcraft, Wicca, Satanism and paganism believe, on the night of Halloween, devils and spirits are unleashed. They perform their most hideous and potent rituals on the night of Halloween.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

Samhain is one of the eight annual festivals, often referred to as ‘Sabbats’, observed as part of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. It is considered by most Wiccans to be the most important of the four ‘greater Sabbats’. It is generally observed on October 31st in the Northern Hemisphere, starting at sundown. Samhain is considered by some Wiccans as a time to celebrate the lives of those who have passed on, and it often involves paying respect to ancestors, family members, elders of the faith, friends, pets and other loved ones who have died. In some rituals the spirits of the departed are invited to attend the festivities. It is seen as a festival of darkness, which is balanced at the opposite point of the wheel by the spring festival of Beltane, which Wiccans celebrate as a festival of light and fertility.
Source: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samhain)

“Samhain: This is the “Witch’s New Year” and the primary Sabbat from which all others flow.”
Source: (RavenWolf, Silver. Teen Witch, p. 42)

“Halloween is one of the four major Sabbats celebrated by the modern Witch, and it is by far the most popular and important of the eight that are observed…Witches regard Halloween as their New Year’s Eve, celebrating it with sacred rituals…”
Source: (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 120)

Satanism:
Halloween is also among Satanism’s most cherished days. Anton LaVey, founder of The Church of Satan and author of The Satanic Bible writes:

“After one’s own birthday, the two major Satanic holidays are Walpurgisnacht (May 1st) and Halloween.”
Source: (LaVey, Anton Szandor. The Satanic Bible, p. 96)

Satanic High Priestess Blanche Barton, on The Church of Satan web site, praises Halloween:

“It [Halloween] gives even the most mundane people the opportunity to taste wickedness for one night. They have a chance to dance with the Devil…I see Satanists all over the world meeting in small groups this night and Hallowe’ens 500 years hence, to raise a glass to the Infernal Hosts…”
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

The Satanic Calendar decrees for Halloween:

“One of the two most important nights of the year. . . Blood and sexual rituals. Sexual association with demons. Animal and human sacrifice-male or female.”
Source: (www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/satanic_calendar.htm)

Satanists practice the original customs and rituals of Halloween. Right down to the sexual rites and human sacrifice.

Former occultist Johanna Michaelsen reveals:

“Halloween is also a prime recruiting season for Satanists.”
Source: (Michaelsen, Johanna. Like Lambs to the Slaughter, p. 192)

“The Satanic Bible as listing the main Satanic holidays as Walpurgisnacht (30-APR), Halloween (31-OCT), and the member’s birthday.”
Source: (The Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions and the Occult by Mather & Nichols, (Zondervan, 1993), P. 244)

Symbolism:

Many American Halloween traditions and symbols, that may seem harmless, are, in fact, deeply symbolic to the ancient traditions of Halloween.

Witches:
Witches are the reigning Queen of Halloween. If you’ve been lullabied by the gospel of Halloween that witches are harmless folks, wake up, witches worship the devil:

“In many instances, according to the confessions of the witches, besides their direct worship of the devil, they were obliged to show their abhorrence of the faith they had deserted by trampling on the cross, and blaspheming the saints, and by other profanations.”
Source: (Spence, Lewis. An Encyclopedia of Occultism, p. 433)

“The witches held a party at Hallowe’en and the women…sold their soul to the devil, would put a stick in their beds anointed with the fat of murdered babies…”
Source: (Douglas, George William. The American Book of Days, p. 569)

Although witches vigorously protest they have no dealings with the devil, under the heading, “A Witch’s God,” the popular witch’s training manual, Witchcraft: Theory and Practice, plainly states:

“A Witch’s God…He is…Lord of the Underworld [Hell]…He is named Baphomet, Lucifer, Baal.”
Source: (Angeles, Ly de. Witchcraft: Theory and Practice, p. 60)

Jack-o-Lanterns:
If witches are the Queen of Halloween, the smiling jack-o-lantern is the King. The demonic jack-o-lantern leaves most historians baffled tracing its spooky origin. One popular tale, tells of Jack who tricked the devil in a deal for his soul. But the origin of the jack-o-lantern is much more sinister. It arrives from the Druid’s ghastly reverence of the severed human head! They proudly decorated their houses and temples with bloody severed heads. The Druids believed the head housed the soul, hence the light or candle in the skull. The original jack-o-lantern was not a pumpkin or turnip, but a severed human head!
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“Trophy, charm, or ornament, the human head figured prominently in Celtic life. Warriors hung enemy heads on their houses as a show of prowess, and Druids, believing that the head harbored the soul, placed skulls in sanctuaries to ward off evil.”
Source: (National Geographic, May 1977, p. 603)

“…They hang the heads of their enemies from the necks of their horses, and, when they have brought them home, nail the spectacle to the entrances of their homes…”
Source: (Strabo, Geography)

“It is believed that faces, rather than other images or symbols, were originally carved onto the pumpkin because they gave the jack-o-lantern the look of a head. The Celts of ancient times believed that the head was the most sacred part of the human body, for it housed a person’s immortal soul.”
Source: (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 32)

“…The jack-o-lantern is generally presented in its traditional form as a festive euphemism for the death’s-head, the triangular nose hole and rictus grin being the “dead” giveaways.”
Source: (Skal, David J. Death Makes a Holiday: The Cultural History of Halloween, p. 38)

“Carved and illuminated by a candle, they are symbolic of death and the spirit world.”
Source: (Thompson, Sue Ellen. Holiday Symbols and Customs, p. 256)

Trick or Treat:
Trick-or-treating resembles the late medieval practice of “souling,” when poor folk would go door to door…receiving food in return for prayers for the dead on All Souls Day.
Source: (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trick-or-treating)

The practice of souling – going from door to door on or about All Souls Day to solicit gifts of food in return for prayers for the dead – evolved from a pagan ritual that was practiced all over Europe, possibly as early as the 10th century. As a Christian tradition it goes back to at least the 14th century, when it is mentioned by Chaucer. It is still commonplace in many Catholic countries, notably Ireland, where soul-cakes are left out for the departed. The first reference to the practice under that name in England is John Brand’s Popular Antiquities of Great Britain, 1779: “On All Saints Day, the poor people go from parish to parish a Souling, as they call it.”
Source: (http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/trick-or-treat.html)

Trick or Treating is another Druid inspired custom.

“Every year on Halloween, many children throughout the world dress up in costumes and go door to door in a ritual known as trick or treating…unaware that their innocent masquerade is actually the remnants of a Druidic religious practice from times most ancient.”
Source: (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 11)

“Whatever the wrinkles, the root assumption is the same: trick or treat had its beginning in the Celtic dawn.”
Source: (Santino, Jack. Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life, p. 82)

Masks and Costumes:
Masks and costumes carry a long history in the occult and demon possession. Masks are contacts to the spirit world to invite the spirit to “possess” them.
Source: (http://www.av1611.org/halloween.html)

“In rituals, a person wearing a mask of a god or spirit often feels possessed by the supernatural being…”
Source: (World Book 2005, p. 263)

“The person wearing the mask feels internally transformed and takes on temporarily the qualities of the god or demon represented by the mask.”
Source: (Biedermann, Hans. Dictionary of Symbolism, p. 218)

Bat:
“One of the animal shapes commonly used by these demons (or “familiars,” as they were often called) was the bat. Bats and their blood were also used in the casting of spells (especially those of black magick), the brewing of potions…”
Source: (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 29)

Owl:
“On Halloween night, demons in the form of owls were said to have traveled with Witches and their cats…some were even believed to be Witches in disguise…(Interestingly, the owl was called a strix by the Romans, a word that means “Witch.”)”
Source: (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 43)

Black Cats:
“Black cats were associated with darkness and death…they embodied demons who performed the witches task of maleficia against their neighbors…Black cats are said to be the devil himself.”
Source: (Guiley, Rosemary Ellen. The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft, p. 49)

Apples:
“The practice of bobbing for apples at a Halloween party comes form our Pagan ancestors, who highly valued apple magick.”
Source: (RavenWolf, Silver. Teen Witch, p. 42)

Skull:
“An interesting symbol, the skull . . . It is prominent in Witchcraft and Demon worship as a celebration of death.”
Source: (Burns, Cathy. Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 388)

In Conclusion:

We’re almost done, but I would like to just point out one more thing….

Christian Alternatives:

Now that we looked at what Halloween is and what it stands for, it’s a good thing Christians have something else they can do or let their kids do…the Christian alternative to Halloween. We all know them, we’ve all been to them, they can be dumb or fun (I’ve been to both). But isn’t it great that we, as Christians, have a place where we don’t have to see or participate in the evil that is Halloween? It’s great that we can be away from all of that while men, women, and children are being sacrificed in the woods in secret by cultists. It’s good that we can ignore the fact that people are ushering Satan into their lives by the art of blood and sexual rituals.

I do not agree with the Christian alternative to Halloween, because it’s acknowledging the fact that something extremely evil is happening…in America…but saying we’ll celebrate it in our own, safe way where we can throw Christ into it. What’s the difference if kids dress up and get candy from door to door, or in a church building? None, except for the church’s seal of approval on the latter choice. It’s okay to celebrate Satan’s high holy day inside a church where God is involved, but not out side where babies are being killed.

I say “boycott Halloween”! We, as Christians, should not be in any way, shape, or form, associated with Halloween because of what it stands for! It is an evil day, Satan’s day. Don’t let ignorance be an excuse, because now it’s not. We should not play a part in the party of the devil.

Pray:

Christians, I implore you to pray on Halloween. Pray for the lives of the children that will be killed and sacrificed to Satan. Pray for the men and women that will be kidnapped and killed for the same reason. Pray for the safety of the children who are ignorant of the origins and symbolism of the customs they partake in every year. Pray fervently.

Okay…I’m done:

In conclusion on this study into the history and practices of ancient and modern Halloween, I say, be careful. I’m not saying it’s wrong to let kids go trick or treating, or go to a costume party, or even go to a Christian alternative event. I’m saying that we need to watch ourselves and not be ignorant. I personally do not acknowledge Halloween,  but that’s me. Just like the books we read, and the movies we watch, be careful of what we put before ourselves, and let the Spirit of God guide us. If you feel that check in your spirit that tells you something isn’t right, listen to it. If not, knock yourself out and bob the heck out of those apples.

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Comments on: "The Truth of Halloween" (6)

  1. woah! you’re blogging again! YAY! :-)

    lots of research went into this; great job, bean!

  2. Hi. Waiting for something new…keep writing!

  3. The Beeps said:

    Update this friggin thing!!! I didn’t even know you had this. I found it but it’s not updated. Shepeda and Bada – The Beeps

    I love you, Cous’Christina!

  4. So, why are you not writing?????

  5. I am thankful for this informations Andrew. I always forget the history of why I don’t celebrate/acknowledge Halloween!!! Sad, but true…. I will share with others! God bless you in all of your writing endeavors:)

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