Sadie Hawkins Day

Sadie Hawkins Day

Celebrated on the first Saturday after November 9 The first Sadie Hawkins Day was celebrated in the comic of November 15, 1937 by . Sadie Hawkins was what was in that time called an “” because she was still single at the age of 35.  Being “homeliest gal in all them hills” made her father worried …

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All Souls Day

All Souls Day

Celebrated every year on November 2. In the time of harvest festivals, is a almost common world wide tradition. So of course Christianity had to have their own holiday too. All Souls Day is celebrated differently everywhere. The basic is usually to light candles for the dead. Some combine the use of candles with going …

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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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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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Pumpkin Day

Pumpkin Day is celebrated every year on October 26. The purpose of Pumpkin Day is to prepare a pumpkin for Halloween by making it into a cool Jack-o-Lantern by hollowing it out, carving some cool shapes into it and than put a light in it. Beware however that bullies and disgruntled trick and treaters have …

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Nanomonestotse Preparation

Nanomonestotse Preparations start on the third Monday of October. This celebration of is supposedly a somewhat new holiday among some . It is said to have been started in the early by Marion Young. Marion wanted to pass on peaceful celebrations to later generations. The preparations consist of building miniature traditional villages, preparing the Nanomonestotse …

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Celebrated every year on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the Spring Equinox in the Northern Hemisphere. (though many people disagree with this and rather follow different calendars that are considered canon in their specific religion) Easter is considered to be a religious holiday in some Abrahamic religions. Because of the dates …

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