The spookiest time of the year is approaching!
It is a time when summer makes way for winter with leaves falling from the trees as the crops go brown. For the Wiccan and the Pagan, it is a moment of remembering the dead and to contemplate this endless cycle of life, death, and eventual rebirth. History has it that it was a time to honor the ancestors and the dead with influences from the Celtic, Gaelic and Roman traditions – combining All Saints Day (aka All Hallows), All Hallows Eve and All Souls Day to what we call today, Halloween.
So what do we do on Halloween today?
One of the best part of Halloween is getting the costumes in time and be ready for a night of mingling with friends and family members, pulling some funny pranks while going “Trick or Treat” from door to door. It is also a time to boast one’s creativity through recipes and dishes which you can easily google on and, without forgetting the traditional pumpkin carving (you can do some apple carving too).
Take it to the leafy heights in sheer eerie darkness for more adrenaline!
If you are feeling brave and looking for an out-of-the-ordinary but intensified kind of spookiness for this Halloween, the woods are calling out to you to seek your way to the creepy dark wild nature! It is THE place where forest spirits freely take the form of leafy trees as you stroll under invisible eyes that follow your every movement. Hear the leaves and creatures, dead or alive, whisper to each other before fading out at every owl’s cry. In other words, challenge yourself and your party to a …