Happy Halloween GIF Images, Animated Pictures 2016: Halloween is celebrated on 31st October every year marking the eve of Western Christian feast of All Hallow’s Day. The other names of this celebration are All Halloween. Also the All Hallows Eve and All Saint’s Day. People celebrate Halloweens day by wishing and sending Halloween pictures, images and photos through whatsapp, Facebook, snap chat, twitter and other social media.
Therefore to make your Halloween night dark and scary, our team is providing you the Scary Halloween Pictures to Colour & Print, clip art and Gif’s. So do share it with your friends, parents, Girlfriends/Boyfriend and make your Halloween scary and memorable ever.
Happy Halloween GIF Images, Animated Pictures 2016
Welcome to our amazing Halloween collection of animated gifs. Do you want to inject some lively amusement, amaze and bewitch your friends and family by adding Halloween animated gifs to your emails? Gifs can be use to express how you feel. It also help celebrate a special time of the year or holiday, state your interests or what is important to you. Halloween gif also will be sure to make your Halloween email messages more lively. Add these fun animated gifs to a Halloween ecard party invitation to be sure and spellbind your ghoulish friends. Therefore click on a picture below to choose among our Halloween themed animated gifts: flashing Happy Halloween message, witches, ghosts, spiders, skeletons, haunted houses, bats, and Jack O’ Lanterns.
Happy Halloween Gif Images
We have collected some of the best Gif Images for you. These gif will explain a brief story of your thoughts and emotions. It is also a great idea to wish someone on the special day. Gif Images are in trend now a days and it is mostly using in social sites. Social has no limitations as you can connect unlimited peoples at a place. It is really awesome to have lot of friend at a place. This is an important day to build trust in friendship.
Where and When did Halloween Start?
About 2,000 years ago in the area of the world that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France, lived a group of people called the Celts. The Celts’ lives revolved around growing their food. So it considered the end of the year to be the end of the harvest season. So, they celebrated new year’s eve each year on October 31st with a festival called “Samhain,” named after their Lord of the Dead. Samhain (also pronounced ‘sow-in’) was presided over by Celtic priests called Druids.
Back then, winter was the time of year associated with human death. The Celts believed that on the night that marked the end of summer and same as the beginning of winter. Because the boundary between the worlds of the living. The dead blurred allowing ghosts of the dead to return to earth. So Celts thought that the presence of the ghosts made it easier for the Druids and their priests, to predict the future. These predictions were an important source of comfort and direction for the Celts during their long, dark, frightening winters.
To celebrate Samhain, the Druids built huge sacred bonfires around which the Celts gathered to burn crops and animals as sacrifices to their ancient gods. During the celebration, the Celts dressed up in costumes consisting of animal heads and skins and tried to tell each other’s fortunes. The Celts eventually were conquered by the Romans. By about the year 43 AD two Roman festivals were combined with the Celtic Samhain festival. The first Roman festival was Feralia, a day in late October when the Romans traditionally commemorated the passing of the dead. The second was a day to honor Pomona, also the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. Therefore the symbol of Pomona is the apple and the incorporation of this celebration into Samhain probably explains the tradition of “bobbing” for apples practiced today on Halloween.
Since 800 AD, the influence of Christianity spread into Celtic lands. In the seventh century, replace the Celtic festival of the dead with a related, but church-sanctioned holiday. Pope Boniface IV designated November 1st as All Saints’ Day, a time to honor saints and martyrs. The combined and updated celebration was also called All-hallows or All-hallowmas and the night before it, the night of Samhain, began to be called All-hallows Eve and, eventually, Halloween.
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