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The first of November, the first day after Hallowe'en, is also known as Sam

The first of November, the first day after Hallowe'en, is also known as Samhain in pagan culture, and traditionally marks the end of the harvest and the start of winter.

Also commonly refered to as 'Celtic New Year', Samhain related celebrations continue in parts of Scotland to this day, usually incorporating bonfires and processions dedicated both to the harvest and to the dead.make a love!love with sex!It is a celebration that might catch as an event concerning a big character, offers to the dead, lacks, sets up the desire to the next generation, and inflames it in the flame through life in man's living by one year. Did the stream of the blood of Kelt, Soul of Celtic, on November 1 to the person who had felt the change in a mysterious physical condition.