🦃Happy Thanksgiving From Everyone Here At Mystic Investigations! Today officially marks the end of the supernatural Halloween Season. In order to avoid the specter of dark luck, please remove all Halloween decor and finish off any trick-or-treating candy you have left! The Christmas Season officially started on November 3rd to begin the transitional melding process with that of Halloween. Thanksgiving itself is considered a transitional bridge between Halloween and Christmas on a metaphysical level. The official Thanksgiving Season is 12 days long. It begins the Friday before Thanksgiving Day and ends the first Tuesday afterward on Giving Tuesday. The core of the holiday is the four-day weekend most enjoy from Thanksgiving Day through Sunday.
The First Thanksgiving took place in 1621 at Plymouth Colony between Pilgrims and Native Americans. It was about bringing two oppositional forces together in harmony to celebrate the bountiful harvest. Not to mention banding together to take on the paranormal perplexities of the New World. Today, it’s the same as families who may not always get along gather together at the dinner table to celebrate peace and goodwill among humankind. This has elements of Christmas and the theme of a balance between good and evil, along with harvest celebrations that are woven into the Halloween Spirit.🎃
Ultimately, Thanksgiving is more spiritually intertwined with Christmas and its Holy Spirit. Like all holidays, there is a Spirit of this thankful season that feeds into the greater enchanted Spirit Of Christmas. The Holiday Spirit is the human collective consciousness of those celebrating the season channeled through the Leader of any given holiday. There is also usually a mystical crystal or some other epic object involved in the process of creating a holiday spirit. The energy of the Thanksgiving Spirit is utilized to battle the forces of darkness and also redistributed back into the greater populace to foster peace and goodwill. Any person can feel the Spirit dwell within them if they open their heart and soul up to its awesome power!
Who Is The Supernatural Leader Of Thanksgiving?
The Leader of Thanksgiving was originally Santa Claus until some centuries ago, when he happened upon a cursed Turkey he dubbed Tom. Once within the magical confines of North Pole City the turkey was able to speak in a way humans could understand. This is true of any animal who visits Saint Nicholas’s winter wonderland! The bird revealed it was actually two humans whose minds were melded into one and placed within a turkey many centuries ago by a powerful wicked wizard. It was a male Pilgrim and female Native American. The wizard took issue with the couple marrying in opposition to most people at the time. The wizard himself was also secretly opposed to Thanksgiving and all things good.
He mocked the couple and gave them the ultimate gift of togetherness within the body of an animal that encompasses the Thanksgiving season. Curses are some of the most powerful spells in reality, as they are bound by stubborn human will and one’s own immortal soul. Not even Santa could break the Tom Turkey Curse due to it being bound to the wizard’s dark soul now residing in hell as a powerful demon! It’s the same type of thing as the originally human Easter Bunny being cursed into a Werehare. However, just as The Easter Bunny can return to human form for 24 hours on Christmas Day so can Tom turn back into a human married couple.
Santa crowned Tom The Turkey as the new Leader of Thanksgiving but they didn’t have enough power to channel the Spirit without taking away from The Christmas Spirit. Santa still aids in that, along with pardoning a Turkey chosen by the Thanksgiving Spirit each year. The Turkey is granted immortal sentience and the power of intelligent speech. The animal spirit of the bird balances out the enchanted energy of the human spirits within Tom The Turkey. The two turkeys and Santa create a Thanksgiving Triad to channel the Spirit without any need for a mystical crystal like the Christmas Crystal. All of the tremendous turkeys reside at North Pole City and hold no malice over their brothers and sisters from around the world being eaten in the spirit of the season. Each fallen turkey at your dinner table is a sacrifice to the Thanksgiving Spirit thus providing much-needed spiritual fuel.
Beware Of The Gobbler Ghoul!
The Gobbler Ghoul is a dark supernatural entity similar to a Ghoul except they’re turkeys! Like Ghouls these turkeys enjoy eating the dead of their own bird kind. They were born from a farmer practicing black magic amid mistreating his turkeys. Now they roam the countryside most prevalently on Thanksgiving ready to crash into your dining room and cannibalize your turkey dinner! Thankfully they are a rare species and odds are slim you will fall prey to these blasphemous beasts! Read More About This Monsterous Menace…
Below Are Thanksgiving Related Stories From The Other Blogs On Our Website. Also, be sure to check out our article on the nefarious Thanksgiving Guild. A clandestine organization born out of the First Thanksgiving that lives on to this very day!
What Did The Demi-Angel Santa Claus Do On Thanksgiving Day?
On Thanksgiving morning Santa Claus makes an appearance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. For the record, theoretically isn’t really him on the parade float, as he must adhere to the Supernatural Secrecy Pact. Although, who is to say he doesn’t set forth a Glamour and actually ride in the sleigh? Instead, he meets with various important members of the paranormal world in a secret room at Macy’s. These people usually bring their kids who gleefully tell Santa what they want for Christmas. There is a discussion of his Christmas plans, the general state of the supernatural world, and various threats from the forces of darkness, including the nefarious Anti-Claus! Santa then mills about the New York City crowds incognito while enjoying the parade with Mrs. Claus and his children Nick and Mary. He has also been known to pose as a mall Santa for a few hours to hear what random kids want for Christmas. Read The Rest, Including The North Pole City Turkey Pardon, On Our Christmas Blog…🎅
Thanksgiving Is The Last Day To Take Down Your Halloween Decor!
In order to avoid the specter of bad luck that surrounds those obsessing over a particular holiday one must remove their Halloween decorations by a certain date. That date is Thanksgiving for reasons not fully understood. Plausibly it could center around the human collective consciousness making Thanksgiving a transitional holiday between Halloween and Christmas. There are two exceptions to this rule. One is if you truly have the Spirit Of Halloween infused within your very soul. You have dedicated your life to the Halloween cause of bringing balance between the forces of light, and darkness. In such rare cases, you may hang up Halloween decor forever. Keep in mind there is a big difference between being obsessed and having the blessing of the Halloween Spirit! Also, Thanksgiving is the last day to eat or give away your Trick-O-Treat Candy! Read The Rest On Our Halloween Blog…🎃