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Halloween and Pagan Friday

To mainstream Christianity, particularly the Roman Catholic Church, today, November 1, is All Saints Day. says some of the reasons Friday, when it falls on the 13th, carries superstitious beliefs with it, are as follows:

“In ancient Rome, Friday was execution day.
“In some Pre-Christian Religions Friday was a day of worship, so those who involved themselves in secular or self-interested activities on that day were not likely to receive the [heathen] gods’ blessing on their undertaking–which may go a long way to explain the superstition of not embarking on journeys or starting important projects on Fridays.

“From the Christian bible [which, if closely examined, are unscriptural!]:
“–Friday is reputed to be the day Eve gave Adam the apple.” The Bible never says it was an apple but fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and Read more