Tonight is a night for more than ghosts and spectres, it is a night of dark tidings and darker desires. When the earth is robbed of its warmth and the shades that haunt our dreams roam about freely under the moon.
Long before our cities and our technologies mankind has celebrated this night as a passage into the cold months of winter. Halloween represents the bacchanalian frenzy with which ancient man approached the coming change in its environment. It is older than any organized religion, as old as memory itself.
On this night we should go out and surrender to the darkness, give in to the repressed and forbidden urges that every other day we must suppress to exist in the modern light.