halloween!hijack

Halloween needs to return to its traditions. I feel like the movies have gotten away from that… Michael is not just a human being; he’s a force of nature, like the wind. That’s what makes him so scary. We made the original Halloween for very little money. At heart it’s just a good, scary story, and that’s why it works. 38 years later, I’m going to help to try to make the tenth sequel the scariest of them all.”

John Carpenter is returning to Halloween and he’s found a director.

Krispy kreme vs Dunkin donuts


GO!


But seriously, here’s the donut galpals. Just gals bein’ pals hoohoho :>

@katusedcharm

Symbols of Halloween: The Witch’s Cauldron.

The Halloween witch is portrayed stirring a large cauldron over a blazing fire, plastic replicas of the witch’s cauldron are sold in shops every October among other Halloween decorations. They have a far more important function than acting as containers for holding trick-or-treat candy or wassail at Halloween parties.

The cauldron has long been regarded as one of the many symbols of Halloween, and one that has been linked to the Old Religion since ancient times. It is a very powerful symbol, and one that invokes an aura of magic just by it’s image. It is an important magical tool that combines the influence of the ancient elements of Air, Fire, Water, and Earth.

Additionally, the cauldron is the symbol of transformation, enlightenment, and wisdom. Since medieval times, cauldrons have been used not only for boiling water and cooking food, but also for simmering magical brews, poisons, and healing potions. They also have been utilized as tools of divination, containers of sacred fires and incense.

Ancient Irish folklore is rich with tales of wondrous cauldrons that never run out of food at a feast, it is also said that bad luck will befall any witch who brews a potion in a cauldron belonging to another. The use of the cauldron as a powerful magical tool has not diminished through the ages. In contemporary witchcraft, it is still regarded as an important part of a witch’s spell.


Originally posted by w-i-t-c-h-e-r-y