Monday, October 17, 2011

My Thoughts on Halloween

What do you think of when you say "Halloween"? Monsters, witches, and vampires are just a few things that young children dress up as on October 31. My personnel view is that Halloween is Satan's holiday, and that we should not celebrate it. Most people say "It's okay. Nothing is wrong with it!", but Halloween is an evil day. Here are just a few things that I have researched.

Human and Animal Offerings- Every year on October 31, Satanic people sacrifice animals and humans to Satan, begging that no evil spirits will attack them.

Trick or Treat- A long time ago while preparing for this offering, druids would go around asking for bulls, or cows to offer to Satan. People who did give them were considered "good", but people who didn't were cursed.

Jack-O-Lanterns- Jack-O-Lanterns symbolize supporting the druids in their religion, or getting the 'treat' in Trick or Treating.

Dance of the Death- When the innocent people and animals were dying, they, of course, made an awful sound in their agony. During this screaming, the druids would sing and dance around the fire in costumes of different sorts. This is how dressing up on Halloween began.

Do you see how evil this holiday is? Here is a verse that supports this:

"When thou art come into the land which Jehovah thy God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations. There shall not be found with thee any one that maketh his son or daughter pass through the fire, one that useth divination, one that practices augury, or and enchanter, or a sorcerer, or a charmer, or a consulter with a familiar spirit, or a wizard or a necromancer. For whosoever doeth these thins is an abomination unto Jehovah." - Deuteronomy 18: 9-12

In Christ,


  1. You are SO right, Grace Elizabeth! Halloween is satanic, and we, as Christians shouldn't celebrate it.

    WONDERFUL post!

    In Christ,

  2. I am disgusted with Halloween all together.

    There is a time to celebrate the harvest but I don't agree with dressing up...or if you do dress up, not in anything representing evil.

    As a kid, I always knew we were never allowed to be witches or anything but we did trick-or-treat as snow white and such. About 5-6 yrs ago my parents felt convicted and now on Oct. 31 we have family movie night and we drape the windows and ignore the door bell.

    Our church has a harvest fest on the Wednesday prior to Halloween and we have hay rides and a chili cook-off. The general public is invited, and they usually dress up but no evil costumes are permitted. The church members usually come in everyday clothes.

  3. I'm so thankful for Pastor Phil teaching us the real meaning of Halloween so many years ago. I was ignorant then, but now I know. We will never celebrate this day. I'm so glad you understand and believe in our family's convictions. Love you!