I Put a Spell on You

Trick or Treat

'shadows of a thousand years - dexter kozen

‘shadows of a thousand years’ – dexter kozen

I Put a Spell on You – Film ‘Hocus Pocus’ 1993 HD

between the shadow and the soul - anonymous

‘between the shadow and the soul’ – pablo neruda

5-halloween-orange-moon-silouetted-tree-images-on-branches-perfectALL HOLLOW’S EVE

Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain; from the Old Irish samain). 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.

3 thoughts on “I Put a Spell on You

    • Yes, it has. I just like this goofy performance of “I Put a Spell on You.” It is fun. But I am serious about the nature of the Old Ways & practice some of the methods of natural healing on multiple levels. Believe in Nature as all powerful. Humans have become a parasite to this Planet & Earth may just shake us off if we don’t start showing respect for all that is offered to us. We don’t need to rape the Planet for our needs to be met. Our Gluttonous needs to destroy to get what we want now. Ever read Seuss’s The Lorax “I speak for the trees.” Just read it out loud to Shawn the other night. It was a cold read but it sounded out the message Loud & Clear.

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