Halloween is short for “All Hallows Even”. This gives us a clue to its real meaning. On Halloween this year, 31st October 2012, nearly all the Earth Energy lines were in harmony. That’s a bit of a coincidence. It seems to me that it is a time to celebrate the last time of harmony before the Winter Solstice.
The popular interpretation of “even” is that it means “evening”. But it might just mean that all the Hallows are even on that day. Even is level, matched, the same, in alignment, Now if a hallow is a description of an earth energy line or a harmony of some sort, then that seems to fit quite neatly with all the energy lines being even, being in harmony, on that day.
Most definitions of Halloween say that Hallows are saints. So is there a link between Earth Energy and Saints? I have often wondered about the way St can mean either Saint or Street. And I frequently find that there is a Street leading to a major earth energy point, for example Honey Street at Avebury, and the town called Street very close to Glastonbury. It’s as if Street means an energy line that leads to an energy node.
In Brazil, there is a man known as John of God, who is a great spiritual healer. He works on an earth energy node using the power of the place combined with sound and human energy. You could almost call him a Saint. He is a modern day Jesus. It seems to me that a saint is someone who is a conduit, who harnesses the power of the earth spirit to help and heal and communicate for others less able to do so.
When the energy lines are in harmony, they have greater power. The time and place is very important with earth energy lines. In the right place (an energy node, a crossover of lines) at the right time (the time of harmony), separate worlds can communicate to each other. It is like a key fitting a lock and being able to turn and open a door.
When the lines are in harmony, this is the best time to connect to other spirits from other worlds, as everything is in tune and connected so much better. This maybe why the idea of ghosts and witches accompanies Halloween. The witches represent the ones with the power to talk to the other worlds, and the ghosts represent those from the other world. Maybe it was once a time to honour one’s ancestors, something we really no longer do. I suspect this is quite a healthy thing to do, as at some level, we are our ancestors. It is who we are, and for our own completeness we need to connect to them. If we are severed from them, we are severing some of our self, some of our spirit.
The Scots have been much more traditional with celebrating Halloween than elsewhere. They see it as part of the lifecyle and rite of passage for communities, according to Wikipedia. This seems to be an important time, and something which we have lost over the years, banned by Christianity, and promoted commercially as a sugar festival for kids.
Anything that Christianity bans has got to be worth looking into. Christianity wants us to stay fearful of death, and they want us to worship death, look at how involved the Church gets in 11/11, their day of death worship.
A quick scan of the internet and some song lyrics come up. A song called All Hallows Eve, by the band called Type O Negative! With a name like that, they must know something! (http://xms.songmeanings.net/m/song/3530822107858691464/). It seems to be about someone selling their soul to Satan as a deal to get their loved one back from the dead.
This is a quote I like from the Internet about how Halloween overcomes death….
“Through his death on the Cross, Jesus has destroyed Death. Death no longer has dominion over us, which means we can mock death because it has no power. That’s the essence of Halloween, the context, the meaning”
(See also earlier posts: Earth Energy Lines, Round Tables, Power Points, Death Worship, The Power of 11/11)
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