Harvest

Allantide

Allantide

Allantide is celebrated every year on October 31. Allantide  is also known as Kalan Gwav or also known as Nos Kalan Gwav or also known as Dy’ Halan Gwav. Until Christianity forced yet another holiday to become a Christian holiday and it became known as Saint Allan’s Day or also known as the Feast of …

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Halloween

About Halloween

Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31. Sadly, we must start this story with the elimination of some misconceptions. In contrary to belief Halloween is not an original American holiday. Halloween is not even merely a copy of . Halloween has no roots in Christianity. Halloween has no roots in satanism either. Which is …

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Hop-tu-Naa

Hop-tu-Naa is a Celtic festival that is celebrated every year on October 31. Hop-tu-Naa is how people in have been celebrated New Years Eve for probably as long as they remember. It looks a lot like Halloween. Which is not strange because the old Halloween, , was also a New Years Eve in many regions …

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