It is the most widely celebrated of the pagan festivals by non-practicing pagans.
Other names for Samhain is “All Hallows” or “Halloween” and in the Northern hemisphere this is celebrated on the 31st of October or the 30th of April in the Southern Hemisphere.
The belief is the God has died and the Goddess mourns him until his rebirth at Yule.
Traditions include: Divination, honouring the dead, carving Jacko lanterns.
Pumpkins, apples, sage and mugwort