Black Short Stories : DEAD OR ALIVE STINGY JACK Halloween Havoc

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    An Irish myth tells of a man named Stingy Jack, who one day invited the Devil to have a drink. He convinced the Devil to change into a sixpence in order to pay for the drink, but instead of paying for the drink he pocketed the sixpence beside a silver cross which prevented the Devil from changing back. Jack made a deal with the Devil before letting him free. For one year the Devil could not harrass Jack. Next Halloween the Devil met up with Jack again, and Jack made another deal with him to be left alone. Jack died within the year and was turned back from the Gates of Heaven. He went to the Gates of Hell
    and the Devil told him to go away, as Jack had made him promise not to claim his soul. Jack didn't want to leave because it was dark and he couldn't find his way. The Devil tossed Jack a glowing coal and Jack put it inside a turnip, and ever since with this Jack-O'-Lantern, Jack has been roaming the faces of this earth.
    He lives and walks and October 31st you will see him by the glow and his rage
    of rags and rotten smell, for don't be fun of Jack he's death caught between
    two Gods of Heaven and Hell.

    PUMPKINs: On the British isles, the scary face of the jack-o-lantern was used to frighten away evil spirits and cast a "spell of protection over the household." The Celts carved the frightening faces into gourds or turnips, not the American pumpkin.

    But it's said and known that Jack can't ward off evil nor the death spirits of
    hallow and not to be glorify.........

    That's why the mastermind behind this spiritual war keeps using the same tactics through the centuries. Satan's main strategy has always been to tempt people to love what God hates, prompt them to pursue his enticing path, and deceive them into thinking that his "new" way is as good, or even better, than the old ways God has shown us. Since his strategies don't change, God's warning in Proverbs 14:12 is as relevant now as it was in King Solomon's days: "There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way of death." (Proverbs 14:12)

    Most people follow the masses, and the masses follow the media -- especially when it promotes thrills and adventures that feed the lust for forbidden thrills. The occult has always focused on gory images of violence, death and destruction. We see it in today's media, music, and movies. As people become desensitized to occult violence and horror, the images in popular entertainment grow increasingly and indescribably evil. Yet, this is old news. Thousands of years ago, God warned us, "All those who hate Me love death." (Proverbs 8:36)

    The Celtic people, who lived more than 2000 years ago feared the evening of Oct. 31 more than any other day of the year. It was the eve of their festival of Samhain. Samhain was a joyful harvest festival that marked the death of the old year and the beginning of a new one. The day itself was a time for paying homage to the sun god Baal who had provided the people with the ripened grain for use in the upcoming winter. Come evening evil spirits were everywhere. Charms and spells were said to have more power on the eve of Samhain. Several rituals were performed by the Celtic priests, Druids, to appease the Lord of the Dead.
    The witch is a central symbol of Halloween. The name comes from the Saxon wica, meaning wise one. When setting out for a Sabbath, witches rubbed a sacred ointment onto their skin. This gave them a feeling of flying, and if they had been fasting they felt even giddier. Some witches rode on horseback, but poor witches went on foot and carried a broom or a pole to aid in vaulting over streams. In England when new witches was initiated they were often blindfolded, smeared with flying ointment and placed on a broomstick. The ointment would confuse the mind, speed up the pulse and numb the feet. When they
    were told "You are flying over land and sea," the witch took their word for it
    .

    Remember Jack lives and walks this stroy of Halloween Havoc of the great
    ritual into the american society is not your typical stigma but the path into
    halloween sacrificed of Satan he now suffer a foreverness between worlds
    of the living and the tales of da dead beware of the glow there is nothing of
    him good so when u dress up / mask out and having fun know you are worship
    ing the death angel of hell each candy passed strikes a life form of humankind
    there is nothing but a trick and the treat is a set deed .....Redeem yourself.


    HALLOWEEN HAVOC short story
    2006 tale of the legend lives
    a Dyamond wave Ink creation
    Da $R:grin: :witch: :devil: :danger: :ghost:
     
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    Very interesting story. I enjoyed every word.


    Much Love

    AM:devil:
     
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    Thankz .....Jack lives on ......
     
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    Tonight JACK returns seeking another few who has fallen and given in !
    Da story continues into another year ................................................
     
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