Pay the GhostDVD - 2015
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Excerpt from The Erl-King by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe:
(Per wiki -- "Erlkönig" is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. It depicts the death of a child assailed by a supernatural being…)
"My father, my father, and don't you see there
The Elf-king's daughters in the gloomy place?"
"My son, my son, I see it clearly:
There shimmer the old willows so grey."
"I love you, your beautiful form entices me;
And if you're not willing, then I will use force."
"My father, my father, he's touching me now!
The Elf-king has done me harm!"
It horrifies the father; he swiftly rides on,
He holds the moaning child in his arms,
Reaches the farm with great difficulty;
In his arms, the child was dead.
This place was home to the first Sawan celebration in the country. The first Halloween.
There was a small group of Celtic reconstructionalists that immigrated from Ireland. New York was a big trading post by then.
-What happened to them?
The influenza epidemic in New York, 1679. "When it struck, it devastated the population. Some colonists accused an Irish woman of using black magic to bring about the deadly epidemic. They burned her at the stake."
Do you recognize this symbol?
-This is the waxing moon. You can tell because the crescent faces left. It means Maiden.
And the waning moon?
-The crescent faces right. It means Crone. It's the most devastating of all the Pagan symbols.
-It is said that hate made her forget her true nature as a mother.
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