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I was watching an episode of “Strange World” with Christopher Garantano last week and he was looking into the Witching Hour and exploring his relationship with it. It was an interesting episode and it got me to thinking more about the Witching Hour myself. Sure, I know about the Witching Hour, but I began to think about just how much I know about it. To be honest, I never really thought much about it. It’s more like a thing – a tool that is used to augment paranormal investigation, not an actual tool itself. But is it, though? Should it be treated like a supplement to investigating or should it be treated more like an actual tool?
If you’re familiar with folklore, you’ve probably heard of the witching hour. In occult terms, it’s apparently that time when witches and demons are at their most powerful. It’s sometimes referred to as “the Devil’s hour.” Creatures such as witches, demons and ghosts are thought to appear and to be at their most powerful. Black magic is thought to be most effective at this time.
There’s a lot up for debate when it comes to the lore of the Witching Hour, mainly like what it even is. Some believe it to be the time of night when the veil between life and death is thinnest, allowing spirits and ghosts to travel between two worlds. Others believe that witches and psychics are more powerful at this time of night. A lot of people aren’t even sure what it is, but they know nothing good happens during the Witching Hour.
The phrase “Witching Hour” was first mentioned around 1835, but the origins can be traced back to 1535. This was a time when the Catholic Church forbade activities during this specified timeframe due to rising concerns about witchcraft in Europe. Witch hunts, demonic activity, exorcisms, and rituals have all become intertwined with the Witching Hour, as just about any clock in a horror movie will tell you.
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