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I have mentioned previously several things that you can make for this time of year and now I am going into more depth on a few things. Hope you enjoy them and have fun making some wonderful things for your samhain rituals and celebrations.Halloween is said to be derived from Samhain, pronouced "SOW (rhymes with cow)-in", defined by the Irish Texts Society as: "All Hallowtide, the feast of the dead in Pagan and Christian times, signalling the close of harvest and the initiation of the winter season."The Scottish called it Hal... More >>>
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Author:      Al Selden Leif
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I have mentioned previously several things that you can make for this time of year and now I am going into more depth on a few things. Hope you enjoy them and have fun making some wonderful things for your samhain rituals and celebrations.

Halloween is said to be derived from Samhain, pronouced "SOW (rhymes with cow)-in", defined by the Irish Texts Society as: "All Hallowtide, the feast of the dead in Pagan and Christian times, signalling the close of harvest and the initiation of the winter season."

The Scottish called it Hallowtide or the Feast of All Souls. Samhain is derived from a combination of "sam" and "fuin" meaning the end of summer and the beginning of a new year. In the first century A.D., the Romans brought along a couple of their own festivals to add to Samhain. Poloma, the goddess of fruit was honored, and the Festival of Feralia was to honor the dead.