Halloween and Astronomy

I was grocery shopping today and the checkout clerk remaked how she hated American Halloween -with all those scarry and quite horrible monsters! I certainly agreed with her. In Mexica-Maya-Andean and in Druid Ireland, England, and Europe this day marks a beautiful and sacred cultural feast in memory of the departed souls of every family. Picnic baskets are packed and taken to spend and enjoy the night at the cemetry where ancient loved ones are buried. This is the Feast of All Souls or Halloween currently celebrated October 31st.

This feast is based upon astronomy, and should be correctly celebrated on December 19th (when the Sun is between Scorpio and Sagittarius) during our present time as the Precession of the Vernal Equinoxes changes the equinoxes and solstices during a full cycle of 25,920 years. Ancient people believed that when the souls seperated from their earthly bodies that they entered the Milky Way at the blackhole matrix located at about 17:46:25 Right Ascension -which is the sacred gateway to heaven on the boundaries between Scorpio and Sagittarius. The souls had to pass many tests and obstacles in the heavenly underworld. If they were successful in passing through the trials of the lower Milky Way; they could arrive at the high end of the Milky Way between Taurus and Gemini which was their return station back into the material world to be reborn once again into our sacred garden planet, the Earth. This is the science and culture behind Halloween.      Please read The Culture of Astronomy  and see www.cosmomyth,com


  1. Very interesting article. I have been reading it with a great pleasure!!! Lots of good things!! Many thanks!!!


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