Halloween: Western Death Cult with Satanist Roots

A sickening death cult erupts every year around Halloween – paradoxically amidst hectic indulgences in all kinds of pleasures: Travels, porno, drinking and eating, sport, entertainment -mostly murder films – games – often with elements of killing as many opponents as possible in the shortest period of time – both boys and men taking so much pleasure therein that they spend nearly all their spare time doing such senseless games.
The WHO has even put this onits list of

I have previously written about Halloween´s satanic roots.

HalloweenI have previously written about this Devil and death cult. It is  an ancient Keltic festival celebrated around First of November. 2000 years ago it was the Samhain, the night where the druids would sacrifice first born children to their god Bel (Baal), eat their flesh and drink their blood (done even today by satanists  – video below). It was the night of the witches and their master from Hell. It was the night when evil dead spirits wandered around to enter the bodies of decent people.
Therefore, people would dress as monsters in order to let the spirits believe they were already one of them. It was the evening when the recently deceased went into the world of the spirits.

To Satanists Halloween and Beltane (at 1 of May) are  their unholiest sabbaths, their New Years Eve.  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” the wearer.

Pope Gregor in 601 commanded missionaries to convert the celebration into a the Christian All Hallows.
It is the night of death – and communication with Hell.

Irish emigrants took the celebration to the US – and from there it has spread to Denmark to be an evening Children look forward to, begging for sweets from their neighbours.

So the roots of spooky Halloween is a satanic cult – still surviving in the e.g. Alps and the UK and Ireland

The Daiton Daily News 29 Oct. 2018 : The notion of dressing up in costume and going from door to door for goods dates back to the Middle Ages, according to Smithsonian.com.

The origin of the angry orange pumpkin (or jack-o’-Lantern) comes from a Celtic folk tale of a miserly farmer named “Stingy Jack who constantly played tricks on the devil.
When he died neither God nor the Devil wanted him – so he had wander in the dark night with a glowing peace of coal in a carved-out turnip as a lantern.

“Children and sometimes poor adults would dress up [as saints, angels or demons costumes] and go around door to door during Hallowmas begging for food or money in exchange for songs and prayers, often said on behalf of the dead.”  “Trick or treat”, they said to which the inmates gladly responded and sent the robbers away rejoicing.”

“Hallowe’en provided an opportunity for real strenuous fun. No real damage was done except to the temper of some who had to hunt for wagon wheels, gates, wagons, barrels, etc., much of which decorated the front street.

The Daily Mail 31 Oct. 2o18

Radio Denmark 31 Oct. 2018: The main attraction of a Danish village. The man put 40,000 Danish kroner into the decoration. Last year it attracted around 2,000 children!

But what  in the West superficially  today seems mostly a childish opportunity to run about and beg for sweets – as we previously knew at Shrovetide which in Denmark has been replaced by  Halloween – has a much more sinister, occult  manifestation in the Illuminati elite:

Vigilant Citizen 30 Oct. 2018  Writes about UNICEF — UN´s Childrens´Educational Fund. It was started to help suffering children after WWII – but has developed into promoting children´s and women´s “human rights”.

While the organization “masquerades” itself in a mask of charity, its true face has been revealed through countless controversies involving fraud, corruption, and children.
Blinking Lucifer’s eye   shows  Lucifer´s one eye, soon right, soon  left.

UNICEF has been often criticized for preventing millions of orphans from being adopted by families in the Western world. Other groups state that UNICEF has turned into a “contraceptive-distributing, abortion-performing and sterilization-providing partner of some of the world’s most notorious “family planning” organizations”.
In 2014, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association accused UNICEF of conducting a “secret mass sterilization exercise” when an anti-fertility agent was found in the tetanus vaccine administrated to 2.3 million girls and women.

In February 2018, UNICEF admitted to not protecting children who were sexually abused by the United Nation’s own staff.
While, under the guise of charity, a very specific agenda is being conducted in the poorest nations of the world, the same organization holds parties inspired by the Rothschild’s pseudo-satanic balls.

On 25 Oct. 2018: Unicef held its 6. (Halloween) Masquerade ball for the elite. No doubt about the spirit behind this culture: LUCIFER.
In 1967, Pres. Johnson declared Halloween, October 31, to be “UNICEF Day” in the United States.

Left Helene de Rothschild at the satanist masquerade at the Chateau de Ferrières
in 1972.

Below: Note the Masonic chesspattern floor. The lady with the inverted, satanic cross is a descendant of the Newspaper king, 33. degree Mason, William Hearst who printed LaVey´s Satanic Bible as well as LaVey´s Satanic Rituals mentioning the power blood sacrifices give the magician (Fritz Springmeyer)

What´s the psychology behind this satanic death cult? Here is what a psychology professor has to say:
People who find horror particularly appealing tend to enjoy heavy metal or punk music, cult films and erotica. They tend to be young and male. Those with Dark tastes value intensity, edginess and rebellion. Their personalities lean towards risk- taking, antagonism, imagina-tion and tough mindedness.

Some of these attributes reflect the personality trait of sensation seeking. High sensation seekers crave intense, novel, and risky experiences and are especially fond of frightening movies.

One study used fMRI to scan brains of people while they watched a horror film. Those who scored high on a sensation-seeking measure showed activation in brain regions associated with arousal and visual processing during threatening scenes.
By implication, sensation seekers are bored and understimulated by the everyday.
One study showed people who scored higher on an empathy test made more effort to distract themselves during horror scenes and found them less appealing
Indeed, a study found that people who like sad films enjoy a scene relative to how much sadness it elicits. The stronger the sadness, the higher the enjoyment.

During the inversion of social norms children dress as powerful, wicked or monstrous beings and taboos around death and evil are relaxed. Researchers have used this ritualised suspension of normal expectations as a creative way to study rule-breaking.

Personal observation
When my grandson was 1-2 years old he would often would wake up nights, crying  unconsolably.
I asked him time and again why. When he had grown old enough to  speak a little he answered :”Monsters”.    Well, he had always just seen the best in life, had loving parents who really took care of him. How could he have known of monsters?
Later on he took great interest in monster films – and later in monster games – which seemed to cure his fear of monsters.
Could he have seen monsters prenatally?

I had contact to a man who lives by healing people of traumas in previous lives. Fraud? Probably – the Bible says nothing about reincarnation.


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