The History of Halloween and New York Drag Queen Celebrates Halloween With Simulated Abortion, Cutti
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The History of Halloween
Halloween is a holiday celebrated each year on October 31, and Halloween 2019 occurs today, Thursday, October 31. The tradition originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints. Soon, All Saints Day incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, festive gatherings, donning costumes and eating treats.
Ancient Origins of Halloween
Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago, mostly in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1.
This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the beginning of the dark, cold winter, a time of year that was often associated with human death. Celts believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred. On the night of October 31 they celebrated Samhain, when it was believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth.
In addition to causing trouble and damaging crops, Celts thought that the presence of the otherworldly spirits made it easier for the Druids, or Celtic priests, to make predictions about the future. For a people entirely dependent on the volatile natural world, these prophecies were an important source of comfort during the long, dark winter.
To commemorate the event, Druids built huge sacred bonfires, where the people gathered to burn crops and animals as sacrifices to the Celtic deities. During the celebration, the Celts wore costumes, typically consisting of animal heads and skins, and attempted to tell each other’s fortunes.
When the celebration was over, they re-lit their hearth fires, which they had extinguished earlier that evening, from the sacred bonfire to help protect them during the coming winter.
Did you know? One quarter of all the candy sold annually in the U.S. is purchased for Halloween.
By 43 A.D., the Roman Empire had conquered the majority of Celtic territory. In the course of the 400 years that they ruled the Celtic lands, two festivals of Roman origin were combined with the traditional Celtic celebration of Samhain.
The first was Feralia, a day in late October when the Romans traditionally commemorated the passing of the dead. The second was a day to honor Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. The symbol of Pomona is the apple, and the incorporation of this celebration into Samhain probably explains the tradition of bobbing for apples that is practiced today on Halloween.
All Saints' Day
On May 13, 609 A.D., Pope Boniface IV dedicated the Pantheon in Rome in honor of all Christian martyrs, and the Catholic feast of All Martyrs Day was established in the Western church. Pope Gregory III later expanded the festival to include all saints as well as all martyrs, and moved the observance from May 13 to November 1.
By the 9th century, the influence of Christianity had spread into Celtic lands, where it gradually blended with and supplanted older Celtic rites. In 1000 A.D., the church made November 2 All Souls’ Day, a day to honor the dead. It’s widely believed today that the church was attempting to replace the Celtic festival of the dead with a related, church-sanctioned holiday.
All Souls’ Day was celebrated similarly to Samhain, with big bonfires, parades and dressing up in costumes as saints, angels and devils. The All Saints’ Day celebration was also called All-hallows or All-hallowmas (from Middle English Alholowmesse meaning All Saints’ Day) and the night before it, the traditional night of Samhain in the Celtic religion, began to be called All-Hallows Eve and, eventually, Halloween.
Halloween Comes to America
The celebration of Halloween was extremely limited in colonial New England because of the rigid Protestant belief systems there. Halloween was much more common in Maryland and the southern colonies.
As the beliefs and customs of different European ethnic groups and the American Indians meshed, a distinctly American version of Halloween began to emerge. The first celebrations included “play parties,” which were public events held to celebrate the harvest. Neighbors would share stories of the dead, tell each other’s fortunes, dance and sing.
Did you know? More people, especially millennials, are buying costumes for their pets. Twenty percent did so in 2018, up from 16 percent in 2017.
Colonial Halloween festivities also featured the telling of ghost stories and mischief-making of all kinds. By the middle of the 19th century, annual autumn festivities were common, but Halloween was not yet celebrated everywhere in the country.
In the second half of the 19th century, America was flooded with new immigrants. These new immigrants, especially the millions of Irish fleeing the Irish Potato Famine, helped to popularize the celebration of Halloween nationally.
History of Trick-or-Treating
Borrowing from European traditions, Americans began to dress up in costumes and go house to house asking for food or money, a practice that eventually became today’s “trick-or-treat” tradition. Young women believed that on Halloween they could divine the name or appearance of their future husband by doing tricks with yarn, apple parings or mirrors.
In the late 1800s, there was a move in America to mold Halloween into a holiday more about community and neighborly get-togethers than about ghosts, pranks and witchcraft. At the turn of the century, Halloween parties for both children and adults became the most common way to celebrate the day. Parties focused on games, foods of the season and festive costumes.
Parents were encouraged by newspapers and community leaders to take anything “frightening” or “grotesque” out of Halloween celebrations. Because of these efforts, Halloween lost most of its superstitious and religious overtones by the beginning of the twentieth century.
By the 1920s and 1930s, Halloween had become a secular but community-centered holiday, with parades and town-wide Halloween parties as the featured entertainment. Despite the best efforts of many schools and communities, vandalism began to plague some celebrations in many communities during this time.
By the 1950s, town leaders had successfully limited vandalism and Halloween had evolved into a holiday directed mainly at the young. Due to the high numbers of young children during the fifties baby boom, parties moved from town civic centers into the classroom or home, where they could be more easily accommodated.
Between 1920 and 1950, the centuries-old practice of trick-or-treating was also revived. Trick-or-treating was a relatively inexpensive way for an entire community to share the Halloween celebration. In theory, families could also prevent tricks being played on them by providing the neighborhood children with small treats.
Thus, a new American tradition was born, and it has continued to grow. Today, Americans spend an estimated $6 billion annually on Halloween, making it the country’s second largest commercial holiday after Christmas.
Speaking of commercial success, scary Halloween movies have a long history of being box office hits. Classic Halloween movies include the “Halloween” franchise, based on the 1978 original film directed by John Carpenter and starring Donald Pleasance, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Tony Moran. In “Halloween,” a young boy named Michael Myers murders his 17-year-old sister and is committed to jail, only to escape as a teen on Halloween night and seek out his old home, and a new target.
Considered a classic horror film down to its spooky soundtrack, it inspired 11 other films in the franchise and other “slasher films” like “Scream,” “Nightmare on Elm Street” and “Friday the 13.” More family-friendly Halloween movies include “Hocus Pocus,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Beetlejuice” and “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.
All Souls Day and Soul Cakes
The American Halloween tradition of trick-or-treating probably dates back to the early All Souls’ Day parades in England. During the festivities, poor citizens would beg for food and families would give them pastries called “soul cakes” in return for their promise to pray for the family’s dead relatives.
The distribution of soul cakes was encouraged by the church as a way to replace the ancient practice of leaving food and wine for roaming spirits. The practice, which was referred to as “going a-souling,” was eventually taken up by children who would visit the houses in their neighborhood and be given ale, food and money.
The tradition of dressing in costume for Halloween has both European and Celtic roots. Hundreds of years ago, winter was an uncertain and frightening time. Food supplies often ran low and, for the many people afraid of the dark, the short days of winter were full of constant worry.
On Halloween, when it was believed that ghosts came back to the earthly world, people thought that they would encounter ghosts if they left their homes. To avoid being recognized by these ghosts, people would wear masks when they left their homes after dark so that the ghosts would mistake them for fellow spirits.
On Halloween, to keep ghosts away from their houses, people would place bowls of food outside their homes to appease the ghosts and prevent them from attempting to enter.
Black Cats and Ghosts
Halloween has always been a holiday filled with mystery, magic and superstition. It began as a Celtic end-of-summer festival during which people felt especially close to deceased relatives and friends. For these friendly spirits, they set places at the dinner table, left treats on doorsteps and along the side of the road and lit candles to help loved ones find their way back to the spirit world.
Today’s Halloween ghosts are often depicted as more fearsome and malevolent, and our customs and superstitions are scarier too. We avoid crossing paths with black cats, afraid that they might bring us bad luck. This idea has its roots in the Middle Ages, when many people believed that witches avoided detection by turning themselves into black cats.
We try not to walk under ladders for the same reason. This superstition may have come from the ancient Egyptians, who believed that triangles were sacred (it also may have something to do with the fact that walking under a leaning ladder tends to be fairly unsafe). And around Halloween, especially, we try to avoid breaking mirrors, stepping on cracks in the road or spilling salt.
Halloween Matchmaking and Lesser-Known Rituals
But what about the Halloween traditions and beliefs that today’s trick-or-treaters have forgotten all about? Many of these obsolete rituals focused on the future instead of the past and the living instead of the dead.
In particular, many had to do with helping young women identify their future husbands and reassuring them that they would someday—with luck, by next Halloween—be married. In 18th-century Ireland, a matchmaking cook might bury a ring in her mashed potatoes on Halloween night, hoping to bring true love to the diner who found it.
In Scotland, fortune-tellers recommended that an eligible young woman name a hazelnut for each of her suitors and then toss the nuts into the fireplace. The nut that burned to ashes rather than popping or exploding, the story went, represented the girl’s future husband. (In some versions of this legend, the opposite was true: The nut that burned away symbolized a love that would not last.)
Another tale had it that if a young woman ate a sugary concoction made out of walnuts, hazelnuts and nutmeg before bed on Halloween night she would dream about her future husband.
Young women tossed apple-peels over their shoulders, hoping that the peels would fall on the floor in the shape of their future husbands’ initials; tried to learn about their futures by peering at egg yolks floating in a bowl of water and stood in front of mirrors in darkened rooms, holding candles and looking over their shoulders for their husbands’ faces.
Other rituals were more competitive. At some Halloween parties, the first guest to find a burr on a chestnut-hunt would be the first to marry. At others, the first successful apple-bobber would be the first down the aisle.
Of course, whether we’re asking for romantic advice or trying to avoid seven years of bad luck, each one of these Halloween superstitions relies on the goodwill of the very same “spirits” whose presence the early Celts felt so keenly.
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Now that being said, Halloween is a satanic holiday due to its witchcraft involvement and it gives the Satanists a chance to worship the evil they take part in as well. Many people like drag queens and the Samhain worshippers, love this type of holiday.
There is nothing more satanic and demonic than people making a mockery out of human life and sensitive topics like the one discussed in the article below. If you are sensitive to any of the below content, please do not read this article or view it’s contents. The purpose of writing this article is to show you the connection between the article below and Halloween itself as this is how many drag queens choose to celebrate the Halloween holiday. Whether you realize it or not, dressing up as a drag queen is a mockery to GOD because it clearly states in the bible, that a man shall not put on women’s clothing and women shall not wear that of which belongs to a man.
The article itself is truly, pure evil and darkness because it promotes the destruction of life and completely glorifies satan and human sacrifice. If you haven’t given your life over to GOD and repented, now is clearly the time to do it! If you are at all offended by any of this content below, perhaps you should be because it goes against everything our Lord taught us and is an abomination to GOD as well. Perhaps it will make you reevaluate your life or those who condone this type of behavior. When I say you should be offended by this, I’m not saying I’m trying to offend you with a sensitive topic discussion, I’m saying you should be offended because this is how our world and society act today and the behavior that is coming from it, as well this becoming an ok thing that is just as exciting as going to your favorite sporting event. People are giving more glory to satan these days than they are GOD and this world is becoming a place where people take joy in killing someone, burning places down, you name it the list goes on and many do it all because they have come under demonic oppression and more so at times than not, they are under demonic possession.
They look at life and this world like good is evil and evil is good. People we must turn back to GOD NOW! A time will come where you must answer for your actions when you stand before GOD and questioned as to why you lived your life the way you did. Could you answer accordingly to what is a satisfactory answer to GOD? I bet you couldn’t………. or could you say your entire life was lived sin and mistake free, keep a straight face and tell GOD how perfect you are………. I seriously doubt that would work.
He will hold you accountable for your actions and you will have to answer to him for the way you lived your life, so make it a good one and PRAISE HIM not Satan! Satan has never give us a life that only GOD can give and satan has never been able to say he has defeated death in the way GOD has done.
You can clearly see what going against what GOD has taught us has created and now it’s made to look like it’s a wonderful thing especially when large crowds are gathered at the bar and cheering as this horrific event happens like they’ve just seen their favorite football, baseball or hockey team score the winning touchdown, home run or goal and break out into an all room cheer!
Clearly this is not what GOD had in mind when he said we should all love one another, and we should be glorifying him! GOD did not say to kill one another, or babies or drink blood or eat flesh. This is written clearly in the bible, and perhaps we should really stop and consider the world we live in with the world around us.
The world is getting colder and darker toward each other and while satan has his free will to have his reign of terror in this world, the day will come and quite frankly sooner than later, GOD will once and for all claim victory over him once again and GOD will prevail.
****The following article contains graphic information and should only be viewed by mature adults and audiences as well as those who can handle topics like the one we are about to get into! This article is also NOT meant for the faint of heart!****
New York Drag Queen Celebrates Halloween With Simulated Abortion, Cutting Baby Out Of Womb Then Drinking Its Blood As ‘Cannibal’ by Ke$ha Plays In Background
The clip shows transgender drag queen Blair Back during a performance of a drag show at an unnamed bar in New York. Back uses a knife to hack open a pouch in her clothing meant to resemble a womb before dragging fake blood and guts out of it and drinking some of the blood She then removes a plastic baby before pouring some of the blood into a glass and drinking it. Back then pulls the plastic baby’s head off before licking its face. The music playing in the background during the entire ‘performance’ is ‘Cannibal’ by Ke$ha. Some witnesses looked shocked, but many could be heard cheering in the background.
Video out of New York shows a drag queen simulating cutting a baby out of her womb, drinking blood and pulling its head off as onlookers in a bar cheer.
As unappealing and graphically distasteful as this story is, along with the nearly unwatchable video of this grotesque horror show, there is a reason why we are publishing this story today on Halloween. Because everything you will see here, as hard as it is to watch, is an almost perfect representation of how far America has moved away from God and towards Satan. Yes, I know, you will say that the vast majority of Americans reject this video, and I agree, they probably do. But when you break down what you are actually watching in this video, you will see a completely different story. A story that just may be more shocking than watching a drag queen eat a fake baby on Halloween.
“…but this is your hour, and the power of darkness.” Luke 22:53 (KJV)
OK, let’s break down what you are actually seeing in the video as opposed to what your feelings are telling you that you are seeing in this video. First, we see a transgender drag queen, one Blair Back. Blair as a transgender drag queen is in 2019 is a member of a highly protected group known as the LGBTQ+ Movement. The US government caters to just about every whim and wish that Blair has, if you misgender Blair and speak to him with male pronouns, you will be guilty of hate speech and will face fines and censure at a variety of different levels. In addition, the mighty financial power of corporate America sings the praises of Blair and many more like him, they are a very favored, special class of people. Shall we continue?
So Blair, the protected transgender drag queen who may or may not be reading to your children in the library next month, is simulating an abortion as ‘her’ Halloween costume. Blair begins to repeatedly stab ‘her’ own belly as ‘Cannibal’ from Ke$ha is playing, and proceeds to rip the plastic baby to pieces. Now before you show me your outrage over that, please allow me to remind you that the government-funded abortion industry kills real babies to the tune of 3,000+ per day, every day, all across America. Blair then eats the ‘baby’ and smears its ‘blood’ all over ‘her’ face and body. But wait! Before you tell me how disgusting and depraved that is, please let me remind you how the abortion industry sells aborted baby parts to companies that make shampoos, cream rinses, expensive makeups and all the other things that are made with human DNA from aborted babies.
In conclusion, it would appear that while most of America is repelled by what is shown in this video, America as a nation promotes and protects the vile, demonic deeds in this video. When God looks down on us, as a nation, what you see in this video is what God sees when He looks at us. Now ask yourself this. What do you think God is going to do about it? 🤔
Drag Queen Simulates Cutting Baby Out of Her Womb, Drinking Blood And Smiling
FROM SUMMIT NEWS: The clip shows transgender drag queen Blair Back during a performance of a drag show at an unnamed bar in New York. Back uses a knife to hack open a pouch in her clothing meant to resemble a womb before dragging fake blood and guts out of it and drinking some of the blood
She then removes a plastic baby before pouring some of the blood into a glass and drinking it. Back then pulls the plastic baby’s head off before licking its face.
The music playing in the background during the entire ‘performance’ is ‘Cannibal’ by Ke$ha. Some witnesses looked shocked but many could be heard cheering in the background.
After the video went viral on Facebook and prompted a backlash, Back tried to defend herself by asserting, “No babies were harmed in this video. The baby is made of PLASTIC!!! I’m wearing a pregnant belly costume I got online!!! The blood is fake!!! And the organs r fake as well!!!!!”
However, most respondents were unimpressed, commenting that the spectacle was “sick” and “disgusting” while another said Back was “totally demon possessed.” READ MORE
Shocking Halloween Costume Drag Queen Blair Back Has Fake Abortion At Bar
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Further Explained by Exorcist/Deliverance Minister Bill Bean
This is what Bill Bean had to say on this Particular and specific subject and out of his own mouth: "Totally evil and dispicable. These types are going to have their day before GOD and I would not want to be them!" "Let's look at the present day celebration of Halloween. Isn't the whole theme one of darkness, death, fear, threats, destruction and evil? There are witches, broomsticks, bats, owls, ghosts, skeletons, death, and monsters. You dress up your children as demons and witches and ghouls and monsters and werewolves and send them out into the street in the darkness to reenact the Druids' practice of demanding food from people under threat of tricks (or curses) if they don't comply. A. They would go from house to house demanding all sorts of foods to offer to Samhain. If the village people would not give them the foods, they would speak a curse over the home. History claims then that someone in the family would die within a year. This was the origin of "trick or treat." When the Druids were going house to house seeking food for Samhain, they would carry a large turnip that had been hollowed out. A face was usually carved on one side and a candle was placed inside to provide light as they walked from house to house. The Druids believed a SPIRIT inhabited the turnips and helped the them carry out their spells. The name of the SPIRIT eventually became JOCK. When the practice came to America in the 18th and 19th centuries, turnips weren't that prominent, so the pumpkin was substituted. JOCK became Jack, who lives in the lantern or Jack-O-Lantern. You take, not a turnip, but a pumpkin and carve demon faces in it and decorate with it. What must an unfamiliar observer think of Halloween? Parents dress their children as monsters, vampires, devils, witches and ghosts and encourage them to approach total strangers to ask them for candy and other treats. Homeowners decorate their houses with images of black cats, ghosts, goblins and carved pumpkins and sometimes transform their yards into make-believe graveyards. Adults dress in similar strange and outlandish costumes and go to parties in rooms decorated like dungeons or crypts. Why are such bizarre practices so popular? Why would anyone celebrate a holiday emphasizing the morbid and macabre? Where did such strange customs originate? The Encyclopedia of Religion says, “Halloween, or All-hallows Eve, is a festival celebrated on 31 October, the evening prior to the Christian Feast of All Saints (All Saints’ Day). Halloween is the name for the eve of Samhain [pronounced sow-en ], a celebration marking the beginning of winter as well as the first day of the New Year within the ancient Celtic culture of the British Isles. The time of Samhain consisted of the eve of the feast and the day itself (31 October and 1 November)” (1987, p. 176, “Halloween”). Concerning Halloween The Encyclopedia of Religion continues: “On this occasion, it was believed that a gathering of supernatural forces occurred as during no other period of the year. The eve and day of Samhain were characterized as a time when the barriers between the human and supernatural worlds were broken. Otherworldly entities, such as the souls of the dead, were able to visit earthly inhabitants, and humans could take the opportunity to penetrate the domains of the gods and supernatural creatures. The Celtics had priests called druids. On October 31, the druids went from house to house demanding certain foods, and all those who refused were cursed. The people were tormented by means of magic. As they went, the druids carried large turnips which they had hollowed out and on which they had carved demon faces as charms. Each one was believed to contain the demon spirit that personally led or guided that priest: his little god. “Fiery tributes and sacrifices of animals, crops, and possibly human beings were made to appease supernatural powers who controlled the fertility of the land … Samhain acknowledged the entire spectrum of nonhuman forces that roamed the earth during the period” (pp. 176-177). On this holiday “huge bonfires were set on hilltops to frighten away evil spirits … The souls of the dead were supposed to revisit their homes on this day, and the autumnal festival acquired sinister significance, with ghosts, witches, hobgoblins, black cats, fairies, and demons of all kinds said to be roaming about. It was the time to placate the supernatural powers controlling the processes of nature. In addition, Halloween was thought to be the most favourable time for divinations concerning marriage, luck, health, and death. It was the only day on which the help of the devil was invoked for such purposes” ( Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th edition, Micropaedia, Vol. 4, p. 862, “Halloween”). Several ancient Halloween practices still exist in modern observances. Bobbing for apples was originally a form of divination (fortune telling) to learn of future marriages. The first person to bite an apple was predicted to be the first to marry in the coming year … The jack-o-lantern … represent[ed] a watchman on Halloween night or a man caught between earth and the supernatural world” Although some may dismiss the demonic symbolism and divination associated with Halloween as harmless fun, the Bible reveals the existence of evil spirits, led by Satan the devil, whom God holds responsible for great suffering and sorrow inflicted on the human race. Revelation 12:9 speaks of “the great dragon … that serpent of old, called the Devil and Satan … [who] deceives the whole world …” The name given him in the Bible, Satan, means adversary or enemy. The apostle John tells us that “the whole world lies under the sway of the wicked one” (1 John 5:19). Satan and the other fallen angels (demons) constantly try to keep humanity spiritually blinded, turning them aside from their awesome destiny as part of the family of God.
As a loving Father, God commands us to avoid things that can harm us. Concerning the spirit world, notice what God says to His people: “Give no regard to mediums and familiar spirits; do not seek after them, to be defiled by them: I am the Lord your God” (Leviticus 19:31). In addition to this command to avoid practices that pertain to evil spirits, God warned ancient Israel to avoid any kind of occult practices: “There shall not be found among you anyone who … practices witchcraft, or a soothsayer, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, or one who conjures spells, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. For all who do these things are an abomination to the Lord ” (Deuteronomy 18:10-12). God has called His people to a different standard. Instead of superstitions and myths, God tells us to look to Him for our blessings, direction and future. Jesus Christ tells us that “the first and greatest commandment” is to love our Creator “with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind” (Matthew 22:37-38). God alone is the giver of life and all good things. To give recognition to false gods, and to imitate practices that honored them, is unacceptable and idolatrous."