Holy words and Halloween
Halloween is soon upon us; October opens with a special book reading, author sanctuary called ‘Ten of Swords,’ where tarot cards and Christianity connect. It’s a good read with a wonderful author. Join us Wednesday in person and hear more. – Anne
Our church taught us to fear some words, told us they were evil, or at least led us to believe they were words of darkness. Some never looked up those words for themselves. They just took it on faith that a church who told them these things was telling the truth… when really, they were just passing on what had been passed on before.
Who would dare question a church or pastor?
Back then, we were young and impressionable. As we became adults, those impressions stayed–unless we majored in religious studies and were seasoned to hear and see differently…because our life and spirit brought us experiences that challenged beliefs and words we’d been taught to fear.
During Halloween some of those words surface more prominently.
Let me share some holy words that have been misrepresented–and what they really mean in my experience:
Pagan – Means ‘of the earth,’ ‘country…
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