History of Halloween Halloween is among the oldest traditions in the world as it touches on an essential element of the human condition: the relationship between the living and the dead. Every recorded civilization has created some form of ritual observance focused on what happens to people when they die, where they go, and how the living should best honor those who have passed or respond to the dead who seem unwilling or unable to move on.
Countries around the world today celebrate Halloween in one form or another, from Mexico’s Day of the Dead to China’s Tomb Sweeping Day. The modern-day observance of Halloween in countries such as the United States and Canada – where this tradition is most popular – share in this ancient tradition even though some aspects of the holiday are relatively recent developments, and can be traced back to the Celtic festival of Samhain.
Scary Halloween Quotes are really making there way, and this is the perfect time for you to get some of these surprising and terrifying Halloween Wishes which you can use to scare the hell out of your friends and you can also share these on Facebook and Twitter to makes things a little more horrible […]
Easy Halloween Paper Crafts and Decorations Halloween Crafts Guide trick-or-treaters right to your doorstep (and candy stash) with these fun luminaries. Eyes On The Prize 1. Lay white paper bags flat. Attach black vinyl letter stickers to spell “ojo,” and glue on googly eyes for pupils. In Spanish, “ojo” means be careful!” 2. Cut pieces of other vinyl […]
Happy Halloween Greetings, to all of you, as the day will be celebrated with a lot of fun and excitement on October 31st, 2020. People from the US and Canada, make different costumes, prepare Jack o lantern and a variety of stuff. Also, young ones and kids, love to have some serious creepy looks while some […]