The Official Kick Off Of The Christmas Season
Many think that the day after Thanksgiving, aka the dreaded Black Friday shopping melee, kicks off the Christmas season. As far as shopping it probably does. Although the corporations have been desperately pushing that back to the day after Halloween in the name of maximum profits. Some even attempt to advertise for Christmas before the Halloween Season even begins! Well before the emerald leaves first exchange their color for another of the rainbow. As far as the world of the supernatural the Christmas Season begins November 3rd in an effort to begin cleaning up the damage the forces of evil have caused on All Hallows Eve. The forces of good valiantly marshal their powers leading up to that most hallowed of days known as December 25th Christmas. Of course simultaneously the forces of evil are still marshaling their own powers leading up to the diabolical Dark Christmas Day as created by the Anti-Claus. Thankfully that foolish day is no match for the raw paranormal power of Christmas!
So why November 3rd and not November 1st, the day after Halloween? The reason is that there’s still two other paranormal holidays. October 31st is actually All Hallows Eve with November 1st being Hallowmas, or All Saints Day. The only official day of the year Angels descend from Heaven to clean up any paranormal perplexities left by the forces of darkness on Halloween. Halloween is known for numerous violations of the Supernatural Secrecy Pact. The pact states that regardless of a particular violation any, and all Angels may flourish on Earth within Hallowmas. The same clause gives this exact power to demons on the Anti-Claus’s Dark Christmas Day. The ability of demons to ascend to Earth, and clean up what they feel are any paranormal messes, and violations of the Supernatural Secrecy Pact. Although it’s really just an excuse to spread evil if they can. Thankfully most people are so protected by the Spirit Of Christmas that they don’t feel the demonic presence.
Then we have November 2nd All Souls Day Or Day Of The Dead. The day after the Angels ascend back to Heaven leaving behind massive residual supernatural energy. Something akin to a nuclear explosion leaving radiation behind except that it’s actually good for you. Demonic entities are repelled by the energy but ghosts, non-demonic poltergeists, and other non-corporeal spirits feed off of the Angels enchanted energies. This is generally the best day of the year to contact loved ones who have passed away into the great beyond. It also aids confused ghosts into moving on into the light.
As November 3rd dawns the Spirit Of Christmas dwells upon the Earth absorbing the residual Angelic power, and beginning to instill it within humankind as the forces of the light marshal their power forth to Christmas Day! So don’t feel silly if you wish to begin spreading good cheer, selflessly shopping to buy gifts for others, or decorating your house for the Christmas season. Although it’s usually good form to wait a week after Halloween to remove your spooky decor, and replace it with Christmas lights, nativity scenes, Santa Claus , Frosty The Snowman, Reindeer, Elves, etc. Most prefer to wait until the transitional holiday of Thanksgiving while some celebrate the HallowChristmas with both Halloween & Christmas decor together. We hope you had a Happy Halloween, Thanksgiving, and will enjoy a Merry Christmas through to the Happy New Year!