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Halloween or Halloween (the even number of Halloween or the contraction of Halloween night), also known as Halloween, Halloween or Halloween, is a celebration in western countries on October 31. A Christian feast on Halloween. It began a three-day commemoration of allallowtide, a time dedicated to the commemoration of the dead in the year of rites, including the departure of saints, martyrs and all believers.

It is generally believed that many Halloween traditions originated from the ancient Celtic picking Festival, especially the Gail Festival Sam Hain Festival. Such festivals may have originated from pagans; and Samhain itself was christened Halloween by the early church. However, some people believe that Halloween begins with Christian holidays, separated from ancient festivals such as Sam Hain.

Halloween activities include making trouble (or related costumes and imitations), attending Halloween costume parties, carving pumpkins into pumpkins, lighting bonfires, making apple bubbles, divining games, playing pranks, visiting haunted spots, telling horror stories, and watching horror films. In many parts of the world, Christians are still very popular with Halloween rituals, including church services and the lighting of candles on the graves of the dead, although elsewhere it is a more commercial and secular celebration. ]Historically, some Christians abstained from eating meat on Halloween, a tradition embodied in eating certain vegetarians on this vigil, including apples, potato pancakes and soul cakes.

The origin of Halloween or Halloween can be traced back to 1745. It originated from Christianity. The word "Halloween" means "saint's night". It comes from Scotland's "Halloween" word ("Halloween"). In Scottish, the word "Eve" is even and is compressed to e'en or een. With the passage of time, Halloween e (V) en evolved into Halloween. Although the word "all Halloween" was found in ancient English, it did not appear until 1556.

On the eve of Halloween, many Western Christian sects encouraged the abstinence of meat, which resulted in many vegetarians related to this day.

Because in the northern hemisphere, Halloween is carried out after the annual apple harvest, so candy apples (known as toffee apples outside North America), caramel apples or toffee apples are commonly used snacks for Halloween by rolling the whole apple in sticky syrup, sometimes by rolling them into nuts.

Once upon a time, candy apples were usually given to children who made trouble without giving them candy, but this practice soon disappeared because there were rumors that some people embedded pins and razors in American apples. Despite the evidence of such incidents, actual cases involving malicious acts are extremely rare and have never caused serious harm relative to the level of reporting of such cases. However, many parents believe that this heinous behavior is rampant because of the influence of the mass media. At the height of hysteria, some hospitals provide free X-rays for children's Halloween revelry in search of evidence of tampering. In fact, almost all known cases of candy poisoning involve parents who poison their children's candy.

A custom that still exists in modern Ireland is to bake (or, more commonly, buy today) a light fruit cake with ordinary rings, coins and other accessories. Place before baking. People who are found to be lucky are considered lucky. It has also been said that in the next year, those who get the ring will find their true love. This is similar to the tradition of King's cake on the Daw.

The traditions and importance of Halloween vary greatly among countries that observe it. In Scotland and Ireland, traditional Halloween customs include children dressing up as "costumes", holding parties, and other Irish customs, including lighting bonfires and performing fireworks. In Brittany, children put candles in the skulls of cemeteries to scare visitors and make fun of them. Halloween was popularized in North America by large-scale transatlantic immigrants in the 19th century. Celebrations in the United States and Canada also had a significant impact on the way the event was observed in other countries. The greater influence of North America, especially in terms of iconic and commercial elements, has been extended to Ecuador, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, (mostly) continental Europe, Japan and other areas of East Asia. In the Philippines, during Halloween, Filipinos return home and buy Candles and flowers to prepare for the next "Saints Day" and "soul day" on November 1 - although it's November 2, the day before the observation. Usually in Mexico and Latin America, it is called "d í ade Muertos" and its English translation is "day of the dead". Most people in Latin America build altars in their homes to honor their late relatives and decorate them with flowers, candy and other offerings.