And the Irish brought you Halloween – Les Irlandais vous ont apporté Halloween

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Halloween, is not a new concept but a very ancient one from Irish folklore and is from ancient Hiberno-Celtic roots. It’s correct name is Samhain & marks the end of the Harvest. It was culturally appropriated by the Christian Church as All Hallows’ Eve.

The Irish also hard a brace cake of dried fruits a sort of rich bread / cake with a coin wrapped for the person to find would have good luck.

Finally the folklore of Ireland believes that the even of Samhain is when the spirit world and the human world can join together for one night.

Whatever you do this Halloween or Samhain, be safe.

Halloween, n’est pas un nouveau concept, mais très ancien de folklore irlandais et provient de racines anciennes hiberno – celtes. C’est le nom correct, samhain & marks la fin de la récolte. Elle a été culturellement appréhendée par l’église chrétienne comme la veille de la veille.

Les irlandais aussi durs un gâteau de fruits séchés, une sorte de pain/gâteau riche avec une pièce emballée pour la personne à trouver, aurait de la chance.

Enfin, le folklore d’irlande pense que le même de l Samhain est alors que le monde des esprits et le monde humain peuvent se joindre pour une nuit.

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