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Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
Encuentro Cultural Hallowen
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  • 1. HALLOWEEN<br />ANGELA LUCILA<br /> BARRIOS DIAZ<br />
  • 2. Whatis Halloween?<br />Is an annual holiday celebratedonOctober 31. <br />This dayisassociatedwith the colorsblack and orange. <br />Is stronglyassociatedwith symbols likepumpkins, witchs, blackcatsand costumes. <br />Represent the daythat the deathspirits can come back to the world of the livepeople. <br />The origin of the name comes from “All Hallows´Even”(the nigthbefore of SaintsDay)<br />
  • 3. HISTORY<br />The origins of this holiday was in the celtic festival of Samhain, (“summersend”).<br />This was a festival celebrated in Ireland and Scotland. <br />The purpose of that festival wascelebratedthe end of the “lighterhalf” of the year and the beginnig of the “darkerhalf”. <br />This celebration has someelements of a festival of dead, because the celticsbelievedthatborderbetween this world and the otherworldbecamethin this day, so the spiritsharmless and harmful can pass this border. <br />The harmfulspiritswasscareawaywithmask and costumes.<br />
  • 4. HISTORY<br /><ul><li>When the Romans take the territory of the Celtic people they assume this cultural celebration, mixing the Samhain whit his “Harvest Party”, who include celebrations with candy apples.
  • 5. In the 8th century, The Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV tried to supplant the Celtic festival with the Cristian holiday named “All Saint´s Day”, moving this day from May 13 to November 1.
  • 6. Although All Saints' Day is now considered to occur one day after Halloween, so the two holidays were celebrated on the same day.</li></li></ul><li>HISTORY<br />In 1840 the Halloween comes to U.S.A., because the Irland inmigrant bringtheir cultural celebrations. <br />Theydisseminate the history of jack-o&apos;-lantern, basedon the Irishlegend of Stingy Jack.<br />The firstparede of Halloween was in 1921, beggining the popular culture of Hallowen in U.S.A.<br />The massivepopularity of Halloween in the worldbegins in the 70th, thanks to movies and TV shows. <br />In Latinoamérica Halloween iscelebratedtoo, butincluidesourowncustoms. <br />
  • 7. PUMPKINS AND HALLOWEEN<br />The use of the pumpkins represents the history of jack-o&apos;-lantern, based in the Irish legend of Stingy Jack, a greedy, gamblingand hard-drinking old farmer.<br />He tricked the devil into climbing a tree and trapped him by carving a cross into the tree trunk. In revenge, the devil placed a curse on Jack, condemning him to forever wander the earth at night with the only light he had: a candle inside of a hollowed turnip. <br />Carve a pumpkin into a frightening or comical face and place it on their doorstep after dark, is used to keep away the spirit of jack-o&apos;-lantern.<br />The carving of pumpkins is associated with Halloween in North America where pumpkins are much easier to carve than turnips.<br />
  • 8. TRICK OR TREAT<br />The origins of this traditionisconnectedwith the legend of jack-o&apos;-lantern, because this evil spirit was going house to house asking for trick or treat.<br />If the people in the house don´t made the treat, the trick was a terrible course for all, like illness by the family and the animals. <br />These days, trick-or-treat is a customary celebration for children on Halloween. Children go in costume from house to house, asking for treats such as candy or sometimes money, with the question, &quot;Trick or treat?“<br />If the owner of the house don´t make the treat, probably is going to receive eggs in his door. <br />
  • 9. COSTUMES<br />Halloween costumes are traditionally those of monsters such as ghosts, skeletons, witches, and devils. <br />They are used to scare off demons. <br />Costumes are also based on themes other than traditional horror, such as those of characters from television shows, movies, and other pop culture icons.<br />However, the kids now are using costumes more appropriatefor his age, like cute animals and popular comics of infantile TV shows.<br />
  • 10. MOVIES<br />Halloween (1978) and all hissequels<br />Friday the 13th<br />Night of the Living Dead<br />Warlock<br />The Fog<br />Poltergeist<br />Dracula<br />Frankestein<br />The Mummy<br />The Exorcist<br />ElmStreetNightmare<br />Werewolf<br />The Nightmarebefore Christmas<br />
  • 11. MUSIC<br />Thriller<br />Family Adams<br />GhostBusters<br />Tales from de Crypt<br />MonsterMash<br />Helloween<br />X-Files<br />DraculaTheme<br />Ghost<br />
  • 12. HISTORY<br />DFDFDF<br />

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