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How do Seattle witches celebrate Halloween? A look into the modern religion known as Wicca

October 25, 2019
There are witches among us. Halloween approaches, signaling the time of year when dentists crack their knuckles with glee and Amazon overflows with sexy versions of otherwise reasonable costumes. But Samhain (pronounced sow-ain) is the original Halloween, a modern(ish) version of an ancient Gaelic end-of-harvest festival. Co-opted by the Catholic Church as “All Hallows’ Day” or “All Saints’ Day,” Samhain lands midway between the fall equinox and the winter... Read more about How do Seattle witches celebrate Halloween? A look into the modern religion known as Wicca

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