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) in Mexico is a joyous and sacred time, a time to welcome the souls of the dead; it is a celebration in which the living and the dead are joined if even for a short while.
In some ways it is a triumph over death and therefore becomes a celebration of life.
Bonfires were built to help guide the spirits home.
In Europe, around 750 AD, the Church instituted November first as All Saints Day realizing that it must eliminate or assimilate pagan rites.
The departed children, , are remembered on November first while November second focuses on the departed adults.
There is nothing somber or macabre about the event.
The same was true for women who died during childbirth.
In Nahautl, the indigenous language of the peoples of the valley of Mexico, there is much poetic speculation concerning the afterlife.
From an ancient poet, we learn: Let us consider things as only lent to us, oh, friends; Only in passing are we here on earth; Tomorrow or the day after, As your heart desires, oh, Giver of Life, We shall go, my friends, to His home.
This popular celebration originated in England, Scotland and Wales.
October 31st was an important day to the Celts, and among other things was dedicated to the end of the harvest.