Que hay de malo en celebrar el halloween

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Celebrate it?
As Christians we should not celebrate Halloween because it has its roots in witchcraft, the worship and work of the Devil and demons. Witches, Warlocks, mediums etc are at their mostactive on the 31st October. They are Satan's servants, choosing to be enemies of God. People like the power that witchcraft offers which comes through the evil one. Many people know fear and torment intheir lives because they have unwittingly opened a door to evil, via the occult, witchcrafts, ouija boards etc.
Jack o Lantern
Una frase muy utilizada para definir la maldad de este personaje es:Jack-o-lantern light, Staring out at night, with it's evil stare, Or it's scary glare, Is it there to keep away evil? Maybe not, maybe yes, maybe that Jack-o-lantern's up to no good. Scaring childrenthroughout the night, looking through it's triangle sight? ¿Orange, evil, scary?
Trick or Treat
The church wanted to divert the thinking and preoccupation away from paying social ceremonies andspecial services Introduced for All Hallow's Eve and November 1st All Saints Day. The Practice of 'trick or treat' extortion and blackmail to use Prevent vandalism and is condemned as criminal the rest ofthe year. Many put Into Fear is the young and elderly especially.
The Skeleton
The skeleton is a form of the god of the dead, the witches' "horned god." The Dictionary of Satanism by Wade Baskinsays this about skulls and skeletons under "skull worship": "Skulls play an important role as sacred relics and as objects of worship among primitives. Among Polynesians and Melanesians, skulls ofancestors are worshiped in order to establish connections with the spirits of the dead.
The Pumpkin cut
The fearsome face of the jack-o-lantern was representative of the god of the dead, Shamin, whowould drive off less powerful evil spirits abroad that night. As glimmering lights flickered over an English marsh or an Irish bog, people imagined dead souls had returned to earth. They would place...
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