There is a magic that can’t be denied when you look up and see the dragon’s trail as it winds it way up and into the void that is called he Universe. His roar is silent as he soars, but the light left by his tail can be seen for miles around for those who believe.
Won’t be long now, Monday will be Hallow’s Eve. It was once a pagan festival, did you know Halloween was once a religious holiday. It is the day before All Saints’ Day, Nov.1.. Halloween was a Celtic feast called Samhain, “summer’s end”…they believed the dead could walk among the living. Christianity adopted Oct. 31 in the 11th century.
Trick or treating began in places like Ireland and Scotland where people went house to house asking for small breads in exchange of prayer. Celebrants believe that the barriers between the physical world and the spirit world break down during Samhain ( there was a revival with the popularity of Wicca in the 1980s)
Wicca celebration of Samhain takes on many forms, from the traditional fire ceremonies to celebrations that embrace many aspects of modern Halloween, as well as activities related to honoring nature or ancestors.
Wiccans look at Samhain as the passing of the year, and incorporate common Wiccan traditions into the celebration.
Let’s have a humble mind. Once you think, “that’s good enough” you become blind to the opportunities to be more creative.Perfect Liberty 2022.30