Samhain was a Gaelic harvest festival held on October 31–November 1. It was linked to festivals held around the same time in other Celtic cultures, and was popularised as the "Celtic New Year" from the late 19th century, following John Rhys and James Frazer. The date of Samhain was associated with the Catholic All Saints' Day (and later All Souls' Day) from at least the 8th century, and both the secular Gaelic and the Catholic liturgical festival have influenced the secular customs now connected with Halloween.
The medieval Irish festival of Samhain marked the end of the harvest, the end of the "lighter half" of the year and beginning of the "darker half". It was celebrated over the course of several days and had some elements of a Festival of the Dead. Bonfires played a large part in the festivities. People and their livestock would often walk between two bonfires as a cleansing ritual, and the bones of slaughtered livestock were cast into its flames.
Samhain is celebrated as a religious festival by some neopagans.
Samhain is right around the corner and I have made my wonderful incense set again this year, but quantities are limited.
You will receive a small bag of handmade incense and (2 inches x 3 inches) plus 2 candles (1-orange & 1-black) to help celebrate the beginning of the Witches New Year to be used by yourself or with your group.
These items have not been charged so you will need to empower these yourself to obtain your own wishes and dreams.