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The 31st of October is a time of a major celebration in the occult world. It is also the time of Halloween, often celebrated by children as they dress up in costumes of witches and ghosts and go 'trick-or-treating' in the neighbourhood.
The occult origins and connections of Halloween cannot be ignored. As Christians we must avoid all activities even remotely connected with witchcraft and the occult.
Articles from Salt Shakers
Halloween - Is it innocent and harmless fun or is it involvement in the occult?
This article (attached below) appears in the October 2001 Journal. Print it out, read it and circulate it to warn parents of the dangerous influences of Halloween.
Available from Salt Shakers:
Halloween - Trick or Treat (video), Jeremiah Films, A$29 plus postage.
Halloween - Trick or Treat (book), by David Porter, A$14 plus postage.
The Facts on Halloween, Ankerberg and Weldon, A$6 plus postage.
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Two articles by Berit Kjos on Crossroad Ministries website:
* Halloween 1999 - a Seductive Bridge Between Two Cultures
* Halloween 2000 - starring Harry Potter