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World Religions: Varanasi: City of Light and Death

Here is a list of a few popular religions and the rituals they perform concerning the dead and the afterlife. It also shows the religious symbols as well.

Smoke and Air; Fire and Earth; Cleanse and bless this home and hearth. Drive away all harm and fear; Only good may enter here!

Smoke & Air, Fire & Earth, Cleanse & Bless this home & hearth, Drive away all harm & fear, Only good may enter here!

A great list. I am not fond of #2

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Norse Mythology: A Guide to Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs

Norse Magic

Norse Mythology: A Guide to Gods, Heroes, Rituals, and Beliefs/John Lindow

Evidence for human belief in the supernatural can be found as far back as the Paleolithic. Throughout history, humans have sought to explore and explain their world by using the supernatural to fill gaps in human knowledge and to create an explicable universe where human rituals and actions can affect the gods and powers running our lives. This photo essay examines the history of the supernatural, from the earliest shamanic rituals to modern ancient astronaut theorists and ghost hunters.

Evidence for human belief in the supernatural can be found as far back as the Paleolithic. Throughout history, humans have sought to explore and explain their world by using the supernatural to fill gaps in human knowledge and to create an explicable universe where human rituals and actions can affect the gods and powers running our lives. This photo essay examines the history of the supernatural, from the earliest shamanic rituals to modern ancient astronaut theorists and ghost hunters.

Samhain the night where the veil between worlds grow thin

Rituals and Ceremonies

Looking for a ceremony or ritual to celebrate the Pagan sabbat of Samhain? Here's where you'll find a number of rituals, all of which can be adapted either for solitaries or a group.

Sweet Death – Honey in Death RitualsBefore them, under the garden wall, Forward and back Went, drearily singing, the chore-girl small, Draping each hive with a shred of black.  Trembling, I listened; the summer sun Had the chill of snow; For I knew she was telling the bees of one Gone on the journey we all must go!  "Stay at home, pretty bees, fly not hence! Mistress Mary is dead and gone!"  thesection from John Greenleaf Whittier's poem "Home Ballads" describes the practice

Sweet Death – Honey in Death Rituals

pada-viya: Rima Staines (English, contemporary) ~ Telling the Bees When someone dies you are supposed to tell the bees~ and invite them to the funeral, give them wine and cake, hang mourning cloth.

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