who would ever think dead would be fun?


Dia de los Muertos

The festival of the Dias de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a pre Hispanic tradition that goes back 3000 years. They believed life was no more then a passing moment, a dream from which one would wake up again.

Fun movies there are plenty of fun movies with death/afterlife themes like Beetle Juice and Groundhog Day.

Fun books & tapes to read about death and the bardos like: UBIK, and The Lazy Man's Guide to Death & Dying.

Bride & Groom Cake Topper

Eastern cultures have a long history of studying death and an even greater variety of imagery and ceremony about death. Some meditation uses visualizing an entity or gazing at a painting, print, or a statue of an entity related to death and the circle of life.
Some entities exist in more than one culture.
Yamatanka is known in China, Tibet, India, and Japan.

The images above are of the entity Citipati, Master of the Cemetery
Do you know the guides in your culture?
























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