On November 1, the Celts celebrated their New Year. Along with the celebrations and joy of the arrival of the new, hopeful year, people felt a deep fear because Bitu belief that this night open border between the world of the living and the dead and the spirits of the deceased descend on Earth.
Some were good, others bad. In order not to harm the living, they are putting out the fire in the hearth. Dressed in scary costumes to repel spirits who want to dwell in living bodies. Spirits left food, very often the front door to satiate your hunger and do not want to come home with the living.
People gathered at his Druids (priests, priests) along bonfires watched the making of spells and so all together not felt any fear of invasion of spirits.
The idea of doing lantern pumpkin is the Irish who carry their traditions in America. The poor like food and drink rich in Halloween, and promised to pray for the souls of their deceased loved ones. Dressed in various costumes for a masquerade. So do today, especially children who go round the houses and say “trick-or-treat” – if not a cup, I’ll mar mine. Farmers previously prepared small luxuries that put in their baskets.
There is an underlying belief that if you make Halloween divination mirrors, thread and apples, bachelors can learn the name of her future husband / wife even see how it looks. And those who do not like to sleeved masquerade costumes donned his clothes inside out and cruised the streets at night, hoping to meet a witch alive.
No matter how strange this holiday Americans very much love it and know how to have fun. There are quite theatrical productions, films – fiction and animated dedicated to Halloween.
Over the past few years in Bulgaria also spoke about this holiday. Opinions are mixed. There are people who do not feel any threat from these foreign traditions. Malka nationalists deny it and blame those who want to make pumpkin lantern or have fun. Analog Halloween are mummers holidays at home or Kushi on the eve of the first Sunday before Lent (which also has pagan origins and contrary to Christianity).
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