The Meaning of Halloween

When we celebrate Halloween, we are actually celebrating a Christian Holy Eve that is reserved for the Saints of the Catholic All saints dayChurch, as their day to dress up in costumes in order to reap revenge on their foes. What we call today Halloween, was originally derived from what was once known as “Hallow e’en” or “Hallow eve  (Anglo- Saxon, kdlig, but _ Halig monath was September, and Halig-dag was simply a Holy-day.).”The word “Halloween” means “hallowed evening” or “holy evening”. “All Hallows” was formerly a current synonym of “All Saints.”

This day was originally celebrated as Samhain, (Bal or Baal Samhain and Beltine) – a sacred festival of the ancient Celts and Druids who were also known as pagans. This day of November 1 is the first day of winter, when the High Kings of Ireland held festival of traditional fires of Samhain at Tara Hill with a great feast to celebrate the vernal equinox, the death of the god of fire, Baal and a corresponding to the festival of his death. (more…)

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How to transform yourself, family and the world

It truly begins with Gnosis. To know and change thyself is something that is not only paramount in transforming our lives, but can also transform the world. Change yourself, change your family and then change the world. It is really that simple.


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Ten Basic Rules For Better Living by Manly P. Hall

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The popular idea that a worrier is a thoughtful and conscientious citizen is false. The Egyptians realized this when they included worry among the cardinal sins. Do not confuse thoughtfulness and worry. The thoughtful person plans solutions, but the worrier merely dissolves in his own doubt. If you think straight, you will have less cause for worrying. The worrier not only suffers the same disaster many times, but undermines his health and annoys all others with whom he comes into contact. There are many things in this world that require thoughtful consideration, but there is really nothing to fear but fear. (more…)

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The only true happiness is to learn, to advance, and to improve

“That which causes us trials shall yield us triumph: and that which make our hearts ache shall fill us with gladness. The only true happiness is to learn, to advance, and to improve: which could not happen unless we had commenced with error, ignorance, and imperfection. We must pass through the darkness, to reach the light.” ~ Albert Pike


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