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Halloween Scene Trickery


The Devil’s Trick is No Treat! No One can dabble in the occult and come away unshackled…

Even opening your door to pass out ‘contract candy’ is a sin and your celebrating this unholy day!

Pumpkins on the porch with candles reveals your allegiance!

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Did you know 99% of all candy on Halloween has been used by the occult to pass attachments of spirits? Same with costumes!

Did you know ‘masking’ your child and sending them out into the neighborhood is nothing less than reenacting Druid’s practices of demanding food from people under threat of tricks (or curses) if they don’t comply?


Did you know Halloween originated over 2,300 years ago among the Celts (in the British Isles, Scandinavia and W. Europe) and their pagan priests called the Druids? Druids are without a doubt history’s king of the occult. You see, witchcraft, Satanism, paganism, and others are facets of the occult acquired instructions from the Druids.
Druids celebrated two nights of the year: Beltane and Samhain, a night of celebrating death and hell. This was the Druids most important rituals. It was the two nights which were especially for human sacrifices. And it was originally HALLOWEEN!
“The mystic rites and ceremonies with which Hallow’en was originally observed had their origin among the Druids…” (Douglas, George William. The American Book of Days, p. 566)


Where did the “Jack O Lantern” come into play? The Druids would go home to home all the while carrying a large turnip that had been hallowed out. A face carved on the side and a candle placed within would provide as their light….WAIT!!!
This is just not true!! It was a HEAD!
The Druids believed the head housed the soul, hence the light or candle in the skull. The original jack-o’-lantern was not a pumpkin or turnip, but a severed human head!
Trophy, charm, or ornament, the human head figured prominently in Celtic life. Warriors hung enemy heads on their houses as a show of prowess, and Druids, believing that the head harbored the soul, placed skulls in sanctuaries to ward off evil. (National Geographic, May 1977, p. 603)


. . . they hang the heads of their enemies from the necks of their horses, and, when they have brought them home, nail the spectacle to the entrances of their homes. . .(Strabo, Geography)
It is believed that faces, rather than other images or symbols, were originally carved onto the pumpkin because they gave the jack-o’-lantern the look of a head. The Celts of ancient times believed that the head was the most sacred part of the human body, for it housed a person’s immortal soul. (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 32)
. . . the jack-o’-lantern is generally presented in its traditional form as a festive euphemism for the death’s-head, the triangular nose hole and rictus grin being the “dead” (Skal, David J. Death Makes a Holiday: The Cultural History of Halloween, p. 38)
Carved and illuminated by a candle, they are symbolic of death and the spirit world. (Thompson, Sue Ellen. Holiday Symbols and Customs, p. 256)


They believed the spirits inhabited the head and helped them carry out their spells. The name of the SPIRIT would become known as JOCK. As it made its way to the United States, we substituted pumpkins, then Jock became JACK, who lives in the lantern or “Jack O’ Lantern”.


The Druids worshiped black cats! They believed them to be reincarnated evil people! During the Middle Ages, there was a significant revival of the satanic practices of witchcraft and magic-like TODAY! During this time the belief was that witches traveled on broomsticks to Black Sabbaths to worship satan on October 31. This is TRUE! Only that was just the beginning of it all!


A BESOM-is a traditionally constructed broom made of a bundle of twigs tied to a stouter pole. Used by witches to clean rituals areas on an astral level. A traditional witch’s besom is an ash stave handle with bristles made from birch twigs. Normally they were bound with willow wood. In witchcraft, the besom is used to clean a ritual area before circle casting.
The idea that witches flew on brooms came from the idea that they would administer a psychoactive drug to the end of the besom and apply it vaginally. Witches were under the influence of these drugs to make them feel as if they were ‘flying’. In witchcraft, the besom is thought of as a masculine symbol due to its phallic shape, however the opposite end with the bristles is thought of as the feminine part.

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Think about it! What do most costumes take their image from? Skeletons, ghosts, vampires, monsters, zombies…these are all symbols of DEATH! And the DEAD!!
Halloween is a scene of celebrating the spirits and the spirit world! You are physically recreating a representation of the spirit world on your front lawn!
Are we entering the unconscious, unintended replica of the invisible spirit world?


Satanic High Priestess Blanche Barton, on The Church of Satan web site, praises Halloween:
It [Halloween] gives even the most mundane people the opportunity to taste wickedness for one night. They have a chance to dance with the Devil . . . I see Satanists all over the world meeting in small groups this night and Hallowe’ens 500 years hence, to raise a glass to the Infernal Hosts. . .


The black of a witch’s cloak is to remind us that Halloween is a “Festival of the Dead”. In the medieval times, church bells were rung in hopes that it would be a defense against the aerial witches. In the Slav countries, people use to fire muskets at the clouds, screaming as they did so, “Curse, curse Herodius, they mother is a heathen damned of God,” while other laid scythes and bill hooks on the ground, edge upward, to assure that the witches would not have a safe landing. But, don’t think for a minute that this is all old wise tales.

sweet sacrifice

Wearing a costume has its psychological effect on the wearer, but also the viewer, does it not? You become what you wear? You act accordingly? And most often this is not a goodie-two-shoes costume! These costumes are pop culture versions of BEINGS in the SPIRIT realm!
Masks were most often worn by shaman or medicine men, which were used for religious and ceremonial purposes. And usually to REVERE the god it represented. These often-grotesque masks literally symbolized spirits of the spirit world. And their behavior most likely included taking psychoactive hallucinogen which allowed them to spiritually leave their physical body and transverse in the spiritual realm.


The wearing of a mask was believed to change the man’s identity and personalities, for the assumed appearance was believed to affect the wearer’s inner nature and to assimilate it to that of the being represented by the mask.
And for that reason, taking a mask and placing it on yourself, or worse, your child is likened to “Transshadowing”. Transshadowing occurs when a spirit penetrates the energy field around one’s body. In most cases, you will perceive a hazy image of the spirit superimposed upon the person.
Take for instance a newscaster on television who’s face seems to go digital. Most people push this off as the digital technology within the television or the connection feed. This is not the case. Here’s a picture of what I mean:
Another example:
Let’s say you’re watching a ‘Ghost Hunting’ program. It’s all the rage now, right? They are taking someone into a room where they have to sit in a chair and try to communicate with the ‘ghost’…slash DEMON! So, they sit down in the chair and BAM! You see their body seems to change…you see the spirits have the power to transfigure your body! Meaning it can actually change the metaphysical characteristics of your shape. Transfiguration occurs when the body’s shape and appearance matches the demon. The event can happen for as long as a few minutes and is not to common but does take place. You see, this has transpired with the consent of the person!
Now, there is a difference between this and possession. A possession, on the other hand, occurs without the person’s consent. This normally happens from the inside out….the transfiguration occurs from the opposite.


Masks and costumes carry a long history in the occult and demon possession. Masks are contacts to the spirit world to invite the spirit to “possess” them.
In rituals, a person wearing a mask of a god or spirit often feels possessed by the supernatural being. . . (World Book 2005, p. 263)
The person wearing the mask feels internally transformed and takes on temporarily the qualities of the god or demon represented by the mask. (Biedermann, Hans. Dictionary of Symbolism, p. 218)
BAT: “One of the animal shapes commonly used by these demons (or “familiars,” as they were often called) was the bat. Bats and their blood were also used in the casting of spells (especially those of black magick), the brewing of potions. . .” (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 29)
OWL: “On Halloween night, demons in the form of owls were said to have traveled with Witches and their cats . . . some were even believed to be Witches in disguise. . . (Interestingly, the owl was called a strix by the Romans—a word that means “Witch.”)” (Dunwich, Gerina. The Pagan Book of Halloween, p. 43)
“BLACK CATS were associated with darkness and death . . . they embodied demons who performed the witches’ task of maleficia against their neighbors. . . Black cats are said to be the devil himself.” (Guiley, Rosemary Ellen. The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft, p. 49)
APPLES: “The practice of bobbing for apples at a Halloween party comes form our Pagan ancestors, who highly valued apple magick.” (RavenWolf, Silver. Teen Witch, p. 42)
SKULL: “An interesting symbol, the skull . . . It is prominent in Witchcraft and Demon worship as a celebration of death.” (Burns, Cathy. Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 388)


The assignments of demons spirits bring about rebellion in the supernatural Satanic realm. The spirits want to continue to control their area, whether body, nation, society, system, however to control it for their obedience to Satan. They do not want to be dislodged. They want to embody members of the same family, they prefer human but will even inhabit animals.
Satan gives a witch part of all illegal finances collected her area. These witches are vying for power which means there is a supernatural battle ensuing even between other covens. Whoever demonstrates the most power controls the area.


Officials of Salem take these practices seriously! A local Pastor entered an occult book store, within 30 seconds the policemen were on the scene driving police cars with the symbols of a flying witch on the side. The Attorney General, no less…told the Pastor he was wanted by the law for “harassing witches!” This is because Satan has a hold in all government, military, religious, financial, educations systems. They yield their obedience to him.


The night of Halloween was a hellish night of Ba’al Worship and child sacrifice. Fires were built as a thanksgiving…(Kelley, Ruth Edna, The Book of Hallowe’en, Lothrop, Lee and Shepard Co. Boston, 1919)
The mystic rites and ceremonies with which Hallow’en was originally observed had their origin among the Druids . . . ancient Baal festivals from which many of the Hallow’en customs are derived. (Douglas, George William. The American Book of Days, p. 569)
Baal is also a synonym for the devil. (Burns, Cathy. Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, p. 327)

Baal is SATAN!
A Witch’s God. . . He is . . . Lord of the Underworld [Hell] . . . He is named . . . Baphomet . . . Lucifer . . . Baal. . . (Angeles, Ly de. Witchcraft: Theory and Practice, p. 60)


Halloween has always been a night of perversion and inversion—a night where misrule rules and decadence masquerades as decency. Halloween’s “best kept secret” is its romantic love affair with homosexuals. Halloween was the golden key that unlocked the homosexual’s closet of perversion. Halloween’s spirit of inversion, bestowed the homosexuals one utopian night to publicly flaunt their decadence and perversion.
It is an opportunity to act out one’s desires or fantasies. . . Halloween is unquestionably a night of inversion. (Rogers, Nicholas. Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night, p. 137)
Halloween has always been a night of misrule and the outrageous. In recent years, it has been adopted by the gay community in America. . . (Morgan, Sheena. The Real Halloween, p. 42)


The Halloween machine turns the world upside down. One’s identity can be discarded with impunity. Men dress as women, and vice versa. Authority can be mocked and circumvented. (Skal, David J. Death Makes a Holiday: The Cultural History of Halloween p. 17)
Halloween has done more for the current acceptance of homosexuality than any other event. Years of huge homosexual Halloween street parades of gaudy perversion and decadence in New York’s Greenwich Village, Washington, D.C,’s Georgetown, New Orleans’s French Quarter and the infamous Castro Street in San Francisco almost single handily detonated the current homosexual explosion.
Greenwich Village has a long, albeit erratic, history of impromptu Halloween celebrations, and there is undoubtedly a link between the recent emergence of such carnivalesque celebrations and the increasingly public nature of gay culture. . . (Santino, Jack. Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life, p. 194)
Yet it has been the gay community that has most flamboyantly exploited Halloween’s potential as a transgressive festival . . . Indeed, it is the gay community that has been arguably more responsible for Halloween’s adult rejuvenation. (Rogers, Nicholas. Halloween: From Pagan Ritual to Party Night, p. 132)


Lord Jesus, I believe You died for me and that you are alive and listening to me now. I repent of my sins and ask Your forgiveness. From this moment on, I decide to live for You and no longer for myself, to do Your will and not mine. Make me the kind of person You want me to be. Show me the way to the Father. Now fill me with the Holy Spirit, Who will teach me how to live for You and how to tell the world You are my Savior and Lord. I love You, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


I purposely used these pictures in hopes that even the younger crowd would see this article and learn the truth!

11 responses

  1. i love that god bless u

    October 31, 2013 at 9:18 AM

  2. Kittii

    You never used to see houses lit up for Halloween like you did at Christmas. But there is that now too with Music , to boot.

    October 31, 2013 at 10:49 AM

  3. Kittii

    Notice Disneyland’s Snow White’s wicked witch in the window on the left. This advertises it to be projected on to your house.

    This is a lower resolution copy of my finished house projection video. It is the raw video footage we produced to be projected on our house. To see what it actually looks like on the house, click the link embedded in the video. I left in the wire frame house outline in so you can see where everything goes.

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    October 31, 2013 at 10:56 AM

    • I see the “eye of Horus” in the window above the gabled roof of the front porch… No surprise there!!! I would be VERY UPSET if this house was in my neighborhood, to say the least!!!

      November 1, 2013 at 12:30 AM

  4. Kittii

    Remember this movie in the 90’s? That’s when I knew there was something really wrong with Christmas. Do you know about Snow villages that people buy and they light up? Now they have Halloween ones too.
    The Nightmare Before Christmas, often promoted as Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, is a 1993 American stop motion musical fantasy film directed by Henry Selick and produced/co-written by Tim Burton. It tells the story of Jack Skellington, a being from “Halloween Town” who opens a portal to “Christmas Town” and decides to celebrate the holiday, with some dastardly consequences.

    Nightmare Before Christmas original poem

    It was late one fall in Halloweenland,
    and the air had quite a chill.
    Against the moon a skeleton sat,
    alone upon a hill.
    He was tall and thin with a bat bow tie;
    Jack Skellington was his name.
    He was tired and bored in Halloweenland

    “I’m sick of the scaring, the terror, the fright.
    I’m tired of being something that goes bump in the night.
    I’m bored with leering my horrible glances,
    And my feet hurt from dancing those skeleton dances.
    I don’t like graveyards, and I need something new.
    There must be more to life than just yelling,

    Then out from a grave, with a curl and a twist,
    Came a whimpering, whining, spectral mist.
    It was a little ghost dog, with a faint little bark,
    And a jack-o’-lantern nose that glowed in the dark.
    It was Jack’s dog, Zero, the best friend he had,
    But Jack hardly noticed, which made Zero sad.

    All that night and through the next day,
    Jack wandered and walked.
    He was filled with dismay.
    Then deep in the forest, just before night,
    Jack came upon an amazing sight.
    Not twenty feet from the spot where he stood
    Were three massive doorways carved in wood.
    He stood before them, completely in awe,
    His gaze transfixed by one special door.
    Entranced and excited, with a slight sense of worry,
    Jack opened the door to a white, windy flurry.

    Jack didn’t know it, but he’d fallen down
    In the middle of a place called Christmas Town!
    Immersed in the light, Jack was no longer haunted.
    He had finally found the feeling he wanted.
    And so that his friends wouldn’t think him a liar,
    He took the present filled stockings that hung by the fire.
    He took candy and toys that were stacked on the shelves
    And a picture of Santa with all of his elves.
    He took lights and ornaments and the star from the tree,
    And from the Christmas Town sign, he took the big letter C.

    He picked up everything that sparkled or glowed.
    He even picked up a handful of snow.
    He grabbed it all, and without being seen,
    He took it all back to Halloween.

    Back in Halloween a group of Jack’s peers
    Stared in amazement at his Christmas souvenires.
    For this wondrous vision none were prepared.
    Most were excited, though a few were quite scared!

    For the next few days, while it lightninged and thundered,
    Jack sat alone and obsessively wondered.
    “Why is it they get to spread laughter and cheer
    While we stalk the graveyards, spreading panic and fear?
    Well, I could be Santa, and I could spread cheer!
    Why does he get to do it year after year?”
    Outraged by injustice, Jack thought and he thought.
    Then he got an idea. “Yes. . .yes. . .why not!”

    In Christmas Town, Santa was making some toys
    When through the din he heard a soft noise.
    He answered the door, and to his surprise,
    He saw weird little creatures in strange disguise.
    They were altogether ugly and rather petite.
    As they opened their sacks, they yelled, “Trick or treat!”
    Then a confused Santa was shoved into a sack
    And taken to Halloween to see mastermind Jack.

    In Halloween everyone gathered once more,
    For they’d never seen a Santa before
    And as they cautiously gazed at this strange old man,
    Jack related to Santa his masterful plan:
    “My dear Mr. Claus, I think it’s a crime
    That you’ve got to be Santa all of the time!
    But now I will give presents, and I will spread cheer.
    We’re changing places I’m Santa this year.
    It is I who will say Merry Christmas to you!
    So you may lie in my coffin, creak doors, and yell, ‘Boo!’
    And please, Mr. Claus, don’t think ill of my plan.
    For I’ll do the best Santa job that I can.”

    And though Jack and his friends thought they’d do a good job,
    Their idea of Christmas was still quite macabre.
    They were packed up and ready on Christmas Eve day
    When Jack hitched his reindeer to his sleek coffin sleigh,
    But on Christmas Eve as they were about to begin,
    A Halloween fog slowly rolled in.
    Jack said, “We can’t leave; this fog’s just too thick.
    There will be no Christmas, and I can’t be St. Nick.”
    Then a small glowing light pierced through the fog.
    What could it be?. . .It was Zero, Jack’s dog!

    Jack said, “Zero, with your nose so bright,
    Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?”

    And to be so needed was Zero’s great dream,
    So he joyously flew to the head of the team.
    And as the skeletal sleigh started its ghostly flight,
    Jack cackled, “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”

    ‘Twas the nightmare before Christmas, and all though the house,
    Not a creature was peaceful, not even a mouse.
    The stockings all hung by the chimney with care,
    When opened that morning would cause quite a scare!
    The children, all nestled so snug in their beds,
    Would have nightmares of monsters and skeleton heads.
    The moon that hung over the new-fallen snow
    Cast an eerie pall over the city below,
    And Santa Claus’s laughter now sounded like groans,
    And the jingling bells like chattering bones.
    And what to their wondering eyes should appear,
    But a coffin sleigh with skeleton deer.
    And a skeletal driver so ugly and sick
    They knew in a moment, this can’t be St. Nick!
    From house to house, with a true sense of joy,
    Jack happily issued each present and toy.
    From rooftop to rooftop he jumped and he skipped,
    Leaving presents that seemed to be straight from a crypt!
    Unaware that the world was in panic and fear,
    Jack merrily spread his own brand of cheer.

    He visited the house of Susie and Dave;
    They got a Gumby and Pokey from the grave.
    Then on to the home of little Jane Neeman;
    She got a baby doll possessed by a demon.
    A monstrous train with tentacle tracks,
    A ghoulish puppet wielding an ax,
    A man eating plant disguised as a wreath,
    And a vampire teddy bear with very sharp teeth.

    There were screams of terror, but Jack didn’t hear it,
    He was much too involved with his own Christmas spirit!
    Jack finally looked down from his dark, starry frights
    And saw the commotion, the noise, and the light.
    “Why, they’re celebrating, it looks like such fun!
    They’re thanking me for the good job that I’ve done.”
    But what he thought were fireworks meant as goodwill
    Were bullets and missiles intended to kill.
    Then amidst the barrage of artillery fire,
    Jack urged Zero to go higher and higher.
    And away they all flew like the storm of a thistle,
    Until they were hit by a well guided missile.
    And as they fell on the cemetery, way out of sight,
    Was heard, “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good

    Jack pulled himself up on a large stone cross,
    And from there he reviewed his incredible loss.
    “I thought I could be Santa, I had such belief”
    Jack was confused and filled with great grief.
    Not knowing where to turn, he looked toward the sky,
    Then he slumped on the grave and he started to cry.
    And as Zero and Jack lay crumpled on the ground,
    They suddenly heard a familiar sound.

    “My dear Jack,” said Santa, “I applaud your intent.
    I know wreaking such havoc was not what you meant.
    And so you are sad and feeling quite blue,
    But taking over Christmas was the wrong thing to do.
    I hope you realize Halloween’s the right place for you.
    There’s a lot more, Jack, that I’d like to say,
    But now I must hurry, for it’s almost Christmas day.”
    Then he jumped in his sleigh, and with a wink of an eye,
    He said, “Merry Christmas,” and he bid them good bye.

    Back home, Jack was sad, but then, like a dream,
    Santa brought Christmas to the land of Halloween.
    the end
    Poem copyright Tim Burton

    October 31, 2013 at 11:10 AM

  5. Gary R, Sayers

    —- Heard a statistic on Bott radio network today, that Halloween has finally ‘supplanted’ and exceeded the Christmas season as to dollars spent upon ‘party articles, decorations, advertising and other market-driven seasonal expenditures’ of the American public…That’s a sad state of affairs..

    October 31, 2013 at 11:16 AM

    • WOW! Sad, sad state of affairs…indeed!

      November 1, 2013 at 9:10 AM

    • Yes, on the front page of internet today are all the ‘Hollywood Stars’ dressed up for their appearances at Masquerade Parties dressed from Baphmet to Isis! Bragging again on who they worship. Sad.

      November 1, 2013 at 9:11 AM

  6. Gary R, Sayers

    —- That name ‘Baphomet’, along with ‘Ashtaroth’, and ‘Belial’, ALL higher-level (or is it ‘lower’?) demon operatives are getting a ‘helluva’ lot of airplay on local TV shows lately…I saw an old episode of ‘Boris Karloff’s Thriller’, which aired TWICE in the same week on ‘ME-TV”, in which a prestidigitator acquires an old book, passed down through the centuries by wizards and magical entertainers, and he & his wife-assistant begin performing near-impossible stage acts, attracting a rival magician’s attention…In the show’s climax, the ‘perp’ magician offers to show off his new ‘secret’ to his rival, which he does by standing inside a pentagram on the floor before the fireplace, chanting ALL of the above demon proper names…The ‘spirit’ arrives, stirs up the wind, the fireplace smokes, and it ‘kills’ the ‘perp’ magician for revealing his ‘secret’…ALSO those names were mentioned by the lead actor who plays ‘Ichabod Crane’ in the new show ‘Sleepy Hollow’ actually rather OFTEN in a recent episode…This seems to be a very CURRENT phenomenon on television…Time was you mightn’t hear those names spoken on TV in a YEAR more than once..
    As ‘Ichabod’ might say of such–“Methinks it certain there is WITCHERY afoot….”..’Indeed he knoweth that he hath but a short time…’

    November 1, 2013 at 11:02 AM

  7. BC

    Also the ancient Celts did not believe in “Satan” or “the devil”. They had no concept of such a being. The Druids never believed in “Satan.” Get the facts as opposed to believing ridiculous pseudo history in this article.

    June 2, 2014 at 10:51 AM

    • Here’s the Truth…no matter WHO they believed in or not…the true identity is the issue. PERIOD. The true identity of all gods and goddesses of ALL (false) religions were demons in disguise. Who is their master? SATAN!

      June 2, 2014 at 4:46 PM

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