Tuesday, October 9, 2018

                         Deep In The Amazon Jungle

Up Coming Events- Día de Muertos

We've all heard about the Day Of The Dead but what is it exactly? 
I have ventured deep into the Amazon Rain-forest, and already witnessed some that are preparing for the celebrations to come.

Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is an annual event a celebration of life and death. A day to mourn the dead respectfully keeping them alive in memory and spirit-during the event Día de los Muertos is is said they temporally return back down to earth.

The centerpiece of the celebration is an altar, they are placed to welcome spirits back to the realm of the living. As such, offerings are placed down such as food, drink- Surely they would work up an appetite travelling from the spirit world. A candle for each departed member of the family placed down surrounded by flower petals that are scattered from Alter to Grave-site. These petals, usually marigolds, will gently guide wandering spirits back to their place of rest.

Soon everyone will join in dance and song to celebrate this up-coming event....More to follow soon.

Your Friendly Jungle Reporter Aara Iceghost


  1. I'd just like to ask if there are any plans to store the dead women in one place? If so, perhaps one of us needs to guard the bodies at night?

    1. In reply! the dead do not need rest, but they still can drift a ghostly hand to slap one's face....if some are feeling a bit frisky.


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