Day of the Dead Anciently Celebrated for Lost Souls in Noah’s Flood Now Called Halloween for Spirits of the Damned


People of the ancient world, not Elohim, decided to celebrate those who had died in Noah’s Flood, the Day of the Dead (known too as Halloween), because Elohim does not want people to celebrate those who had rejected Him. Noah’s Flood began (probably by meteor strikes) on the 17th day of the month of Ziv, the second month on the ancient Hebrew calendar, the date of Halloween corresponding.