(October 31st -Nov 1st) The Last Harvest. The Earth nods a sad farewell to the God. We know that He will once again be reborn of the Goddess and the cycle will continue. This is the time of reflection, the time to honor the Ancients who have gone on before us and the time of 'Seeing"(divination). As we contemplate the Wheel of the Year, we come to recognize our own part in the eternal cycle of Life.
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An introduction to this Sabbat.
Halloween, Samhain, Day of the Dead
This is an illustrated page from Mythology's MythingLinks. The focus is on the ancient Pagan celebration of Samhain, or Halloween.
Halloween: The Pagan Festival of Samhain
Contains information of the origins of Samhain, and how today's Pagans celebrate this Sabbat.
The Myth of Samhain: Celtic God of the Dead
This article addresses the issue that identifying Samhain as a Celtic Death God, is one of the most tenacious error associated with Halloween.
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A quick history of Samhain Sabbat.
Samhain and All Hallows Eve
Brief information; some links.
Samhain and Halloween Search Engine and Directory
Including arts, events, haunted houses, pumpkin carving, and decorations.
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