• 2011-10-04T14:19:53

they do in real life, I believe!

  • 2011-10-03T18:40:20

Just so we're clear, you know that spirits and witches don't actually exist, right.

  • 2011-10-03T18:22:55

I'm not trying to be rude or anything. I just found this interesting I enjoy Easter and Halloween but I just didn't know it opened up spirits that's all.

  • 2011-10-03T18:08:57

Meh, all religions expand by incorporating the holy days of converted peoples into their own liturgical calenders. For example, most of the traditions that we westerners associate with Easter (eggs, rabbits) have their origin in the festival of the Anglo-Saxon fertility goddess Ēostre (whose name also gives us the word "easter"). There is no conspiracy; that's just how religions work. Also, anyone who is incapable of correctly pronouncing the word "Celtic" (with a hard "k" sound, rather than a soft 's" sound) should not be considered a reliable source; as a person of Celtic descent, I find it to be an offensive and borderline racist slur.

  • 2011-10-03T16:53:11

that is harsh I never knew much of these facts I am very afraid and that is why is it so somber every 31st of October.

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